• Bariatric Procedures

Obesity Surgery

Bariatric Procedures

The bariatric procedures are divided into 2 types:
“Restrictive Bariatric”
and “Restrictive Mal-Absorptive Bariatric”

LAGB LGCP LSG (SLEEVE) OAGB (MINI-BYPASS) RYGB (GASTRIC BYPASS) SADI
HOW IT WORKS Smaller gastric pouch, Early satiety Smaller stomach volume, No foreign body, No stapling material Smaller gastric pouch, Decrease in appetite, Hormonal effect Smaller stomach volume, Incomplete digestion, Sugar intolerance, Decrease in appetite, Greater malabsorption Smaller gastric pouch, Incomplete digestion, Sugar intolerance, Decrease in appetite Smaller gastric pouch, Incomplete digestion, Greater malabsorption, Decrease in appetite
CANDIDATES Compliant patient, Young patient Compliant patient, Hyperphagic patient, Class I & II obesity Hyperphagic patient, Super obese, Patients on anti-coagulation or anti-epileptic drugs − Young and adolescents Binge eater and hyperphagic patient, Sweet eater, Diabetic patients Binge eater and hyperphagic patient, Sweet eater, Patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), Diabetic patients Binge eater and hyperphagic patient, Sweet eater, Ideal for weight regain after failure of restricive procedures, Diabetic patients
OPERATIVE TIME 30 to 45 minutes 1 hour to 1 hour and 30 minutes 1 hour 1 hour and 30 minutes 2 hours 2 hour and 30 minutes
SINCE 1993 2009 1999 1997 1967 2007
POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS RELATED TO THE SURGERY Infection / Bleeding, Migration, Erosion, Esophageal dilatation Bleeding, Hypersialorrhea, Gastric diverticula Risky fistula, Bleeding, Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), Gastric pouch dilatation, Pulmonary embolism, Stenosis, Incisional hernia Fistula, Bleeding, Vitamins and nutrients deficiencies, Internal hernia (rare), Bile reflux, Pulmonary embolism, Dumping syndrome, Ulcer, Stenosis, Incisional hernia Fistula, Bleeding, Vitamins and nutrients deficiencies, Internal hernia, Small bowel obstruction, Pulmonary embolism, Dumping syndrome, Ulcer, Stenosis, Incisional hernia Bleeding, Leak, Steatorhea, Vitamins and nutrients deficiencies, Internal hernia