REDUCE OVER WEIGHT
Obesity is a major health hazard affecting almost one third of Indian citizens.Normally we gain weight when we consume more calories from food than our body uses through its normal functions(basal metabolic rate- BMR)and physical activity. The unused calories are stored as fat. If we try to lose weight by starving or dieting,metabolism slows down, resulting in further weight gain.Severely obese people are approximately six times more likely to develop type-2. adult -onset diabetes.obesity can also affect the emotional well-being of a person adversely.But there are a few curses one can try the Gastric bypass gold standard treatment is one for them.In the Rouex-en- Y gastric bypass, the size of stomach is reduced by 90%. It is procedure that first divides the stomach into a small upper pouch and a much larger lower "remnant" pouch and then re-arranges the small intestine to connect both. The entire procedure is done laparoscopically, and requires three to four days' hospital stay.Post-operative concerns
The patient should not eat too much or too fast as it may cause vomiting or intestine pain under your breast bone.instead of eating regularised meals three times a day. You 'll be required to eat four to six small meals.
Deficiencies in protein, iron and vitamin B12 are common after the surgery. Hence food items rich in these nutrients should be consumed more. The gastric bypass surgery keeps at bay many ailments type-2 Diabetes mellitus, obstructive sleep apnea,hypertension and thyroid disorders among others.
OBESITY CONTROL CENTRE
We offer complete weight reducing programs using the various Bariatric Surgeries. Most often morbid obesity can only be reduced surgically and Dr.Venugopal Pareek and his team are the best bet in this regard. Dr.Venugopal has extensive experience in surgically correcting issues pertaining to overweight.We suggest the right weight reduction program
Every patient does not need bariatric surgery. Every new patient at our end undergoes comprehensive check-up, surgery is suggested for only those patients for whom non-surgical methods are in-effective in reducing their obesity.
After careful analysis of past history of the patient and weighing all pros and cons we suggest the best surgical / non-surgical method in addressing the obesity issues. The various common bariatric surgeries we offer
- Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy
- Gastric Bypass
- Mini-Gastric Bypass
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ORIGIN & HISTORY OF BARIATRIC SURGERY
The word Bariatric is derived from the Greek word 'Baro' which means 'heavy weight'. Modern usage of the word Bariatric is associated with field of medicine that deals with weight loss, weight control and obesity treatment.
History of Bariatric Surgery dates back to the 1950s, during this period weight loss surgery started gaining acceptance with the introduction of the Intestinal bypass. In Dr.Edward E. Mason developed the less complicated weight loss surgery known as Gastric Bypass [GB], GB had lesser complications compared to the conventional weight loss surgeries.
Dr.Mason is considered to be the 'Father of Obesity Surgery' for his pioneering work in treating obese patients.
Bariatric procedures can be classified intoPredominantly Malabsorptive procedures
- These surgeries focus on reducing the stomach size, effectiveness of these procedures is derived from creating physiological condition of malabsorption. Prominent surgeries under this category are
- Biliopancreatic diversion
- Jejunoileal bypass
- Endoluminal sleeve
- These procedures aim at reducing the oral intake by controlling the gastric volume produce early satiety, and leave the alimentary canal in continuity, minimizing the risks of metabolic complications.
- Vertical banded gastroplasty
- Adjustable gastric band
- Sleeve gastrectomy
- Intragastric balloon