Single Anastomosis Bypass in Mexico
Mini Gastric Bypass Surgery in Mexico is an ideal option for those seeking higher levels of expected weight loss, compared with other bariatric procedures.
Choosing Mexico to undergo surgery is a smart choice those seeking quality, affordable bariatric care.
Renew Bariatric Advantages on the Mini Gastric Bypass:
Renew Bariatrics, a leading weight loss surgery center in Tijuana, offers all-inclusive surgical packages on the mini gastric bypass surgery, as well as, revisional surgeries.
Gastrointestinal weight loss surgery, particularly gastric bypass surgery, is a very effective long-term treatment for weight gain and obesity. According to studies, patients lose an average of 60% – 75% of excess weight after the operation. They also manage to maintain more than 50% excess body weight loss for not less than 15 years.
Mini gastric bypass surgery is one of the latest procedures in the field. Let’s look at what it is, who qualifies for it, and how much weight you should expect to lose after the procedure.
Mini gastric bypass surgery works similarly to Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery (RYGB). It is also referred to as single anastomosis gastric bypass surgery. It aims to help the patient lose weight, albeit through a simpler technique that takes less time to perform.
Mini gastric bypass surgery combines the techniques of gastric bypass and gastric sleeve surgeries.
During mini gastric bypass surgery, the surgeon makes the patient’s stomach smaller by dividing it into two unequal portions using surgical staples. The smaller portion takes about 25% of the original size and is connected to the rest of the digestive tract. The remaining bigger portion stays unutilized.
The surgeon also bypasses a large portion of the small intestine with minimal surgical rerouting compared to traditional gastric bypass surgery.
Since the operation combines restriction with malabsorption, it provides better weight loss and quality of life.
Candidates eligible for mini gastric bypass surgery must satisfy the following requirements:
Patients with lower BMI but chronic obesity-related illnesses may also be candidates.
Mini gastric bypass surgery has the following pros or advantages:
Although rare, single anastomosis bypass surgery carries the following cons or disadvantages:
You can know if mini gastric bypass surgery is right for you by contacting a qualified bariatric surgeon today. They can provide information on the procedure, including the mini gastric bypass cost in Tijuana, Mexico, and what to expect in terms of results and recovery.
At Renew Bariatrics, we prioritize informed decisions. Our qualified bariatric surgeons in Tijuana are readily available to discuss the Mini Gastric Bypass procedure, providing insights into the cost, benefits, and recovery process in Tijuana, Mexico. We encourage prospective patients to reach out and learn how our personalized approach to bariatric surgery can align with their health goals and financial considerations. Let us guide you towards making the choice that best suits your journey to health and wellness.
In proximal Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery, the stomach size is reduced by the creation of a pouch of about 30mls from the upper part of the stomach with the use of staples. The small bowel is then divided at about 45cm from the stomach with the distal end connected to the pouch and the proximal end to the small bowel at about 145cm from the stomach. Thus two areas of anastomoses are created; the gastrojejunostomy and the jejunojejunostomy.
In MGB surgery, the stomach is divided to create a tubular pouch that is similar to that of a gastric sleeve. The surgeon then takes a loop of the small bowel at about 2m (6-7feet) from the stomach and join (anastomose) it to the tubular pouch. By this, the food bypasses about 2m of the small intestine.
Ready for Mini Gastric Bypass in Mexico? Learn more about this great bariatric option from our highly educated bariatric coordinators. Weight Loss Surgery in Tijuana is a viable option for those who lack insurance or who don’t have the cash to self-pay in the US.
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