Lap Gastric Bypass Surgery Discussed By Dr Ramen Goel

Lap gastric bypass surgery results into delayed and reduced absorption of nutrients and calories.
July 2, 2012 - PRLog -- Gastric bypass is a surgery for overweight people and involves reduction in stomach size leading to early satisfaction with small quantity of food. The surgical time is about two to three hours and hospitalization period is four to five days. Gastric bypass is considered as gold standard procedure for weight loss and performed by key-hole route or laparoscopy. Proposed mechanisms for blood sugar control are restriction in calorie intake, bypass of small intestine and early delivery of undigested food products to distal intestine.

After lap gastric bypass surgery special dietary advice is provided to patients and regular follow up is essential. The complications include wound infections, intestinal leaks, bowel obstructions, pulmonary embolism, ulcer, weight regain, gall stone formation, hernia and more. There is excess weight loss, improvement in diabetes, hyperlipidemia, hypertension and sleep apnea.

Dr Ramen Goel is a highly trained gastro intestinal surgeon with 20 years of experience and member of IFSO, Obesity Surgery Society of India, Steering Committee Education and Governing Council International Association for Study of Obesity. He has received training in bariatric surgery at Lyon and in metabolic surgery with Dr Aureo de Paula at Goiania, Brazil.
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