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What is Mini Gastric Bypass Surgery: Mexico

Mini gastric bypass that is also known as anastomosis is better and harmless than the gastric bypass and much better than gastric banding and gastric sleeve, but in Mexico, it is advised by the doctors when other exercises and diets fail in reducing the weight. It’s a laparoscopic process that comprises attaching the stomach with the larger pouch, where just a small tube is left to connect with new stomach curvature.

Both the types the Roux-en-Y gastric bypass or the mini gastric bypass function both by limiting the food intake that can be taken at any time, that removes the hormones causing appetite and hunger. The first mini gastric bypass was done in 1960’s and left in 1970’s. Again, in this modern era due to the progress in laparoscopic surgery, this surgery is again trending in Mexico. It is known as one of effective and fast option to reduce weight.

How does Mini Gastric Bypass Surgery work?

Mini Gastric Bypass surgery takes one or one and half hour maximum under the effect of anesthesia. The patients mostly stay two nights in the hospital and in some cases, goes back home after a day.

Initially, the stomach is alienated and a small tube is made which turns into a pouch. This procedure limits the stomach to take in a large amount of food which results in less intake of food.

After this, the surgeon creates a loop of bowel that is 200cm long and attaches it to the lower portion of the stomach sack. The connection of the stomach to bowel or bowel to the bowel is known as anastomosis.

In this process, the food tracks from a small sack into the bowel where it blends into digestive liquids which track down from the chief part of the stomach approximately 2m of the small bowel is bypassed before the calories or food take place. The less food intake results in reduced weight.

Complications in Mini Gastric Bypass Surgery?

A complication that can occur in mini gastric bypass surgery is the sack that is too small and staples near to the track of digestive liquids, there is a possibility that the liquids can be reflux in the stomach sack producing painful ulceration and soreness. It is worth discussing as many studies do not include this issue or the problem suffered by the patients. However, if anyone faces this problem it can be treated by a gastric bypass surgery.

Mostly the complications happen within the first few weeks of the bypass surgery. Noteworthy issues consist of pulmonary embolisms, strictures and staple line leaks involving other risks. These issues must be reported to the surgeon immediately. Once you have decided to undergo a surgery, you must know about the symptoms, signs, and risks of these issues. It’s difficult to identify the symptoms and risks as every surgeon have a different opinion.

During all the weight loss process, converse this and all of your choices with a competent bariatric surgeon at the Bariatric Select, we help you to know about the most suitable option for the weight loss surgery.