In March of 1988 by Doug Hess, the first open sleeve gastrectomy was performed as a part of the duodenal switch procedure.
We recommend avoiding driving for 2-4 days to allow the effects of the anesthetic and any post-operative analgesia to wear off.
Because smoking increases the chances of sepsis in addition to wound and respiratory complications.
You don’t need to go for Sleeve gastrectomy if: • Your BMI is normal (No morbid obesity). • You can lose weight via diet and exercise • If you have a medical condition that will doesn’t allow you to go for such surgeries.
Because the new stomach size will not be able to hold a lot of food or fluid at one time.
When patients consistently overeat after their surgery, they’re forcing more food into their digestive system than their stomachs can handle, this will lead to the following : • Vomiting – Voiding of the stomach is a common response. • Diarrhea – Food may wind up in the intestines sooner than it should, leading to diarrhea. • Discomfort – Cramps and abdominal pain are common when Gastric Bypass/Sleeve patients have overeaten. • Plugging – Feeling that food has become stuck in their upper digestive tract or pouch. • Stretching – Regularly eating too much will stretch your stomach more and more, making the surgery nearly futile.
On average, it takes about 2-3 weeks for the incisions to heal and 6-8 weeks for the stomach staple line to heal.
Usually, you will experience mixed feelings, happy and excited for losing weight while frustrated due to changes in diet and lifestyle.
Due to a reduction in the size of the stomach, it will hold less amount of food at a time, which will ultimately lead to weight-loss.
Sleeve gastrectomy is considered a relatively safe procedure, however, like all major surgeries, some risks & complications may occur.
On average recovery takes about 2-3 weeks, but it may take up to 6 weeks in some patients.
It is better to consult a doctor for the best weight-loss procedure for you, we in Iran Medical offer FREE CONSULTATION and suggest the best option for you on a professional medical basis.
Gastric bypass: in this procedure, a small pouch is created that bypasses the stomach and attached to the intestine. While Sleeve gastrectomy: is a procedure that removes 75-80% of the stomach.
Patients lose around 60% of weight after 2 years of the operation, along with improvement in blood glucose level.
it is preferred to have a soft, sugar-free, and light diet, before resuming a regular diet for more details & information you may contact us.
Sleeve gastrectomy is performed using a minimally invasive instrument called a laparoscope, that’s why its called Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy.
VSG, is a minimally invasive & irreversible bariatric surgery accomplished using a standardized three-point clamp technique. which reduces the size of the stomach by removing a portion of it.
Sleeve gastrectomy is a surgical procedure that induces weight loss by removing approximately 75 percent of the stomach.