Bariatric Surgery Hospital in Hebbal
Bariatric Surgery Hospital in Hebbal

Bariatric Surgery

Bariatric Surgery Hospital in Hebbal


Surgery for weight loss is called metabolic/bariatric surgery. These operations treat obesity, high cholesterol, sleep apnea, high blood pressure, and diabetes, among several other health problems. These procedures can prevent health-related issues in the future. Obese patients can benefit from the procedure by enjoying better life quality and longer life. In the present times, bariatric and metabolic operations are among the best modern medicine treatments. They use small incisions by employing minimally invasive surgical techniques, such as robotic and laparoscopic surgery. These advancements give patients a better experience, lower pain, fewer complications, shortened hospital stays, and quicker recovery.

Bariatric Surgery Hospital in Hebbal

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Why Manipal?

Manipal Hospitals considered the best Bariatric Surgery Hospital in Hebbal, ranks amongst India's foremost Physiotherapy facilities. Its hugely experienced team of physiotherapy professionals and state-of-the-art equipment provide patients with the highest quality of care. The ability of the facility and the specialists to provide for all types of physiotherapy-based rehabilitation requirements makes it an immediate choice for patients.

The programs and strategies are individualised and geared toward the specific needs and goals of the individual.

Treatment & Procedures

Biliopancreatic diversion with…

Biliopancreatic Diversion with Duodenal Switch (BPD-DS) is a not-so-standard procedure for weight loss. It has two significant steps. The first step is removing approximately 80 % of the patient’s stomach; only a tiny part of the stomach is retained, resembling a tube or banana. 

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Sleeve gastrectomy

Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy is also referred to as sleeve. In this treatment, nearly 80% of the stomach is removed; the remaining portion is incredibly tiny and shaped like a banana.

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Adjustable gastric band

A laparoscopic adjustable gastric band (A-band, lap-band, LAGB) is a type of weight reduction surgery in which a silicone band is placed around the stomach’s upper part to reduce the size of the stomach and decrease the intake of food.

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Gastric bypass

Gastric bypass surgery is a technique where the stomach is surgically divided into two pouches, the upper pouch is small, and the lower remnant is much larger. Then rearranging, the small intestine connects it to both pouches. Surgeons develop various ways to reconnect the intestine, which has given rise to different gastric bypass procedures (GBP).

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Bariatric Surgery Hospital in Hebbal

Bariatric surgery is an effort to surgically modify the digestive system with the intention to achieve weight loss or reduce weight gain. The surgery is only advised in cases where the dangers of excessive weight and weight gain significantly threaten the health of the patient.
Some of the Interventional Treatments 

  • Gastric bypass
  • Biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch
  • Sleeve gastrectomy
  • Adjustable gastric band

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Bariatric Surgery Hospital in Hebbal

Facilities & Services

A few treatments available for bariatrics are: Gastric bypass - This is a procedure that reduces the size of the stomach surgically by dividing the stomach pouch into two. The small intestine is then divided, and the lower end of the divided small intestine is connected to the first part of the stomach pouch. The 2nd part of the stomach and the upper portion of the small intestine are still connected, so lower down the small intestine, gastric juices produced in the 2nd part of the pouch will eventually mix with the food. The smaller stomach pouch means that the patient's appetite as well as ability to eat is significantly reduced. The bypass can lead to dramatic changes in weight loss. A gastric bypass allows people with chronic weight gain problems to lose weight which would otherwise endanger their lives. The procedure also requires certain dietary restrictions to be followed by the patient post-surgery since some digestive functions will not function as they used to.

FAQ's

Obese individuals are at far greater risk of dying from obesity-related diseases, including coronary artery disease, hypertension (high blood pressure), type 2 diabetes and certain cancers. A healthy weight for most people is defined as a body mass index (BMI) between 18.5 and 24.9.

Post the gastric band surgery; it is essential for the individual to be on a strict liquids-only diet and can gradually move to ingestion of soft foods for six weeks.

The biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch surgery will limit the amount of food you can ingest at once and lower the absorption of nutrients, including fats and proteins.

After the Biliopancreatic Diversion with the Duodenal Switch procedure, the food stream will bypass approximately 75% of the small intestine, the highest percentage among the procedures performed commonly.

The sickness arises after drinking or eating something and eating sweets.  This is a risk involved with the gastric bypass procedure.

It is possible that an individual feels a physiological and emotional impact post Gastric bypass surgery. Several persons who have has this surgery develop depression in the following months due to the change of role that food holds in their emotional well-being. The individual is emotionally strained now that they must follow a strict diet. After surgery, energy levels can decline because of food intake restrictions that stress the emotional state. Some individuals could take as many as three months to regain emotional stability.

 

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