What is bariatric surgery?
It is a set of surgical procedures for the treatment of obesity, focused on improving the quality of life of patients with the aim of reducing body weight and to control or remit their associated diseases.
What is metabolic surgery?
It is a surgical procedure that focuses on improving the control of diseases such as diabetes, insulin resistance, dyslipidemia, hypertension, fatty liver disease, as well as weight loss.
SURGICAL AND NON-SURGICAL TREATMENTS FOR OBESITY
Restrictive and malabsorptive technique, where a small stomach is left and 2 attachments are made to the intestine (one from the new stomach to the intestine and the second from the intestine to the intestine).
The best procedure for weight loss and control of metabolic diseases, such as type II diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia and fatty liver.
A loss of up to 80% of excess weight can be achieved in the first year.
Temporary procedure (6-12 months). Gastric balloon that is placed endoscopically, restricting the capacity of the stomach and producing satiety. It can be removed at any time.
The programme includes follow-up with a nutritionist and bariatrician.
You can lose anywhere from 16 kg to 25 kg, it is important to know that the results depend on the patient’s commitment to lifestyle and behavioral changes.
Temporary procedure, without surgery or scars, in which a capsule-shaped gastric balloon (ingested by the patient) is placed inside the stomach and then filled with liquid.
The treatment can last 6 months and is supported by monitoring technology: smart scale, smartwatch and multidisciplinary team.
It is disposed of naturally. You can lose 10-15% of your body weight.
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