Gastric Sleeve Surgery


Gastric sleeve surgery is the most common method of obesity surgery in the world and in our country. The operation, in which the volume of the stomach is shrunk and shaped into a new tubular shape, ensures a quick feeling of satiety with less food intake. Gastric sleeve surgery has no negative impact on the continuity of existing body systems. Obesity, which can cause physical, psychological and social harm to patients, can be treated permanently with gastric sleeve surgery. Before gastric sleeve surgery, various diagnostic procedures should be used and the general health of the patient should be checked. Gastric sleeve surgeries can be performed using open, closed, and robotic surgical methods. With the robotic surgery method that is quite often preferred today, gastric sleeve operations are carried out comfortably and with minimal risk.

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    Risks of Obesity
    Obesity is now referred to as a disease of old age. Obesity, the prevalence of which in the world and in our country is increasing day by day, can cause serious health problems if not treated in appropriate conditions. As BMI increases, the risk of developing many diseases that can have serious consequences, such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure, increases. When dealing with the obesity problem, lifestyle changes that include a healthy diet and exercise should be made first. If the patients do not get the desired results with this method or decide to undergo treatment in advanced cases, bariatric surgeries are the best option.
    How is Gastric Sleeve Surgery Performed?
    Before a gastric sleeve operation, the suitability of the patient for an operation is checked in a multidisciplinary manner. A number of examinations are required in many sectors before the decision to operate is made. Gastric sleeve surgery takes an average of 1.5 hours and is performed under general anesthesia. Gastric sleeve surgery involves cutting open and removing 80 percent of the stomach and restricting the stomach's ability to absorb food.
    What Should Be Considered After Gastric Sleeve Surgery?
    Gastric sleeve surgery is a treatment method that provides weight loss over time and needs to be supported by lifestyle changes. After gastric sleeve surgery, patients' food intake is limited, however, patients should be nourished with high nutritional value by choosing the right food. By acting within the framework of the created nutrition plan, permanent weight loss can be achieved in a healthy way.
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