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    Gastric Sleeve Treatment Abroad

    Treatment description

    What is Gastric Sleeve surgery?

    Gastric sleeve surgery (sleeve resection) is a restrictive procedure involving the removal of two thirds of the sides of the stomach. The result is that the stomach which resembles a “bag” now looks like a narrow sleeve. The stomach after this procedure is reduced by about 90% (that is, that after the treatment the patient can eat at one time 1/10 volume of what he/she used to).

    The procedure is performed completely laparoscopically, which significantly reduces perioperative injury, improves patient comfort after surgery and allows a fast return to full physical activity. Gastric sleeve surgery allows you to lose an average of 60% of excess weight within the first two years. The overall risk of complications after the surgery is around 1-2%, and the same procedure is irreversible

    Indications for surgery

    The most important indicators and criteria for surgical intervention for treatment of obesity are:

    BMI> 40

    BMI> 35 if you suffer from conditions associated with obesity, such as diabetes, hypertension, anechoic dream team, etc.;

    Multiple failed attempts to lose weight by other methods than surgical;

    age 18-65;

    Objective of treatment

    Surgery is to close (ligation) the vessles in the stomach, which supply a certain part of the stomach (arteries and veins), to remove a part or all of the organ, and then restore the continuity of the intestinal tract anastomosis intestine (the duodenum) from the remainder of the stomach or esophagus.

    Before surgery

    • Talk with your surgeon and anesthesiologist on the nature and purpose of the treatment, expected outcome and the fate of the patient

    • The stabilization of systemic diseases, alignment, protein deficiency, water and electrolyte

    • Protection of patient enough blood and plasma as gastric resection may be associated with a large amount of blood loss requiring transfusion

    • Do not eat or drink in the last 12 hours before surgery

    • Immediately before the treatment bath and gently remove any excess hair on the belly

    Description of gastric sleeve operation

    • Gastric resection is always performed under general anesthesia

    • It is usually associated with the loss of a large amount of blood. Patients during surgery or after its completion usually require transfusions of blood and plasma

    Prices

    The prices stated are estimates taken based on todays exchange rates of GBP and EUR. Upon dental consultation an exact quote will be given taking into consideration all details of the Patients treatment. The destination where you choose to receive your treatment small Affect the overall cost of your treatment. Go to Destinations to check prices from Particular city.

    Treatment time

    The surgery is very extensive, it takes – depending on the anatomical conditions, the type of surgical resection and experiences –  three to six hours

    After treatment

    After surgery, the patient returns to his room. Often, however, it may be necessary to spend a few days in a special recovery room or intensive care unit.

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