Reducing stomach size with gastric bypass in Morocco, Turkey and Malaysia
One of the prouvant Bariatric surgery is reducing stomach size with gastric bypass (availible in our clinics in Morocco, Malaysia and Turkey) it’s a surgery designed only for person morbidly obese. It works to change the way how the stomach and intestine handle the food received- by creating a small pouch connected directly to the small intestine. this work to make the patient feel full even eating small meals and decrease the caloric absorption. The surgery is a good way to improve the quality of life by enhancing the appearance and reducing the health risks caused by the obesity.
We only perform the gastric bypass surgery if the patient has extreme obesity (body mass index is over 40) and for reducing the following health problems:
reducing stomach size with gastric bypass : Surgery plan
Step 1 -Anesthesia
Step 2 - The incision
As the surgery will be performed by laparoscope or video camera technique, small incisions are made to help insert Trocars, and medical devices to the abdominal cavity. The abdomen is then inflated with carbon dioxide gas to lift the stomach and make it away from the intestine and other organs. It helps also the surgeon to use laparoscope device and have a clear view of the stomach and the organs around it.
The next step involves to mobilize the fatty layer that surround internal organs (Omentum) and transverse colon, they are lifted by creating small window to the stomach visualized.
Step 3 - dividing and moving the intestine
The middle part of the small intestine called jejunum will be divided into two portions- the Roux-limb and the biliopancreatic, the sorter part of the jejunum will be then stitched and connected into Y shape to create anastomosis.
Step 4 -creating the gastric pouch
By creating a window in the structure that connect stomach to the liver, the stomach will be divided into two part, the upper part will be your new stomach and will hold 1 to 2 ounces of food.
Step 5 -Connecting pouch to the intestine
Once the gastric pouch has been created the roux limb (jejunum) will be linked to the created gastric pouch. Suture will be performed to close the Petersen’s defect and the Mesocolon