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Stomach reduction surgery, a large part of the stomach is done in the form of a surgical operation. Laparoscopic, ie, without cutting the wall of the abdomen, small holes are made with special tools. At this point, our body is not exposed to excessive stress, and the recovery after tubal surgery is very rapid.

How Does Stomach Reduction Surgery Work?

Stomach Cuff Surgery

During stomach cuff operations, the surgeon places a silicone inflatable clamp on the top of the midge. With this clamp, the stomach will be filled with a few bites and excessive consumption of food will be prevented. The clamp, which is inserted after surgery, can be reduced or enlarged by means of a reservoir placed under the skin. Surgery is done without any major incisions, such as a stomach reduction surgery.

Stomach bypass surgery

It is the most commonly used method in America until 5 years ago. With the widespread use of stomach reduction surgery is the second most preferred method. In this method, the stomach is divided immediately beneath the entrance of the food pipe to form a small stomach pouch. In this operation, contrary to the operation of stomach reduction, any part of the stomach can not be removed. The newly formed small stomach is combined with small intestine; Foods are provided to bypass the first part of the stomach and small bowel.
It is aimed at saturating with less food and less absorption of the food taken. This is the main reason why we prefer the method in the first step. In fact, both the stomach and the intestine are used at the same time in the surgery. There is a risk of weight gain after all kinds of obesity surgery, so it is considered appropriate to include small intestines in the case of weight gain in the case of those who have undergone stomach reduction over time, by first reducing the weight and weakening it without any action on the intestines.

Stomach folding surgery

Stomach folding surgery is less costly than other methods of reducing stomach. A foreign body is not placed on the midline during surgery. The surgery is performed in the form of anterior wall folding or anterior-posterior wall folding. When this method was first introduced, it was hoped that there would be a risk of tearing or leakage in the cutting line. However, in the first days after surgery, excessive nausea, vomiting and, rarely, legs attached to tears in the seams, lost their popularity despite their low cost.

Who Makes Stomach Reduction Surgery?

Stomach reduction surgery is a method usually applied to people who have advanced obesity problems and can not achieve permanent weight gain with methods such as diet and sports. To determine the degree of obesity, a number is used, which is most commonly referred to as the "body mass index", the proportion of the body weight to the body weight. For example, a person weighing 160 kilograms in a 2 meter length would be BMI:
* Neck square 2 × 2 = 4,
* The weight / height is determined as 160/4 = 40.
The normal proportions of BMI vary with age. It is accepted as a healthy interval from 19 to 25. BMI values: 25 overweight, 30 overweight, obesity over 35, overweight obesity, 40 over and 3 degree obesity. 35 and over are considered to be eligible for surgical treatment if they have co-morbidities, and those above 40 are not eligible for co-morbidity. Muscle mass can be misleading on many things. 30 to 35 obesity-related comorbid conditions are controversial. The American Association for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery recommends that the surgical approach to first degree obesity be performed by experienced surgeons for each patient. The answer to the question of how the stomach reduction surgery is done in terms of age range; The age range for stomach reduction surgery is given as 13 - 65. However, in the literature, patients over 70 years of age are reported to be in appropriate physical condition. Children are approved for surgery on condition that they are the most experienced center in obesity surgery as the youngest age is 13.