Laparoscopic MiniGastric Bypass is one of the most effective obesity surgeries and operations that have proven effective in getting rid of excess weight without drawbacks, which has a positive impact on the lives of obese patients. In this process, a pocket in the upper stomach is made longer From the traditional gastric bypass pocket and separating it from the rest of the stomach with connecting the small intestine to the stomach pocket using modern staplers, the same staplers used in Europe and the United States of America.
After gastric bypass surgery, a feeling of fullness occurs after eating a small amount of food, and thus the process reduces food intake and leads to a feeling of fullness and satiety. Helps lose weight. The amount of food after the operation decreases significantly without suffering from hunger, just as bypassing part of the intestine leads to the body absorbing fewer calories, which doubles the effectiveness of the operation in reducing weight.
The operation is performed laparoscopically through 4 or 5 small incisions (the size of the hole is from half to 1 cm) under nephrology.
The process takes 45 to 60 minutes
After the operation, the patient feels full after a small amount of food and cannot eat more of it, which reduces the amount of calories the patient takes daily
Food absorption is reduced by 30%, which helps the patient to reach the ideal weight and the patient’s stability on the ideal weight after that
The hormone stimulating the feeling of hunger (ghrelin) decreases after the operation, which gives a feeling of satiety despite the small amount of food
In the first month after the operation, you will lose 10 to 15 kilograms, then about 5 kilograms each month. The person loses the bulk of the excess weight during the first six months. Most patients lose approximately 60 to 80% of their excess weight in the first year, but many patients lose from 90 to 100% of their excess weight if they follow the prepared regimen, engage in regular exercise, and follow up in the obesity clinic.