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This procedure can improve the overall quality of life not only in terms of appearance but also reduce a number of health problems that overweight people are prone to suffer like heart problems and diabetes.
The procedure of gastric bypass surgery has been specifically designed for reducing the food intake for those who have failed to reduce their weight by every means. The purpose of the procedure is to make changes in the digestive system so as to limit the consumption of food.
Biliopancreatic Diversion Bypass
Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass
Gastric sleeve surgery, or sleeve gastrectomy or laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy and sleeve resection, is a newer type of Bariatric surgery. The purpose of this surgery is to limit the amount of food that a stomach can hold. The other purpose is to remove a portion of the stomach that produces the hormone known as Ghrelin (a hormone that causes hunger).
After the surgery, the stay in the hospitals is about 2-3 days and in the case of laparoscopic procedure the stay is about 1-2 days. Normally, the recovery period is about 5 weeks.
The low cost of laparoscopic procedure attracts a large number of patients from across the world to India. All the surgeries in India are performed by trained surgeons and they also possess relevant training from the developed countries.Gastric Bypass surgery
(Please note this is a tentative plan and actual Costs are based on reports shared. Final treatment plan and estimation will be provided after the patient has been evaluated.)