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Gastric Sleeve Surgery is a restrictive weight loss procedure that permanently restricts the stomach. Gastric Sleeve Procedure is now the standard in bariatric surgery – having proven to provide high expected weight loss with low risks.
Gastric Sleeve Surgery in Mexico

Gastric Bypass Surgery is a weight loss surgery that changes the way a person’s stomach digests their food and how it passes it on to their small intestines. Gastric Bypass surgery is the type of weight loss surgery most commonly performed for people who need to lose weight for health reasons and to improve quality of life.
Gastric Bypass Surgery in Mexico

Gastric Banding procedure uses an implant, which creates restriction around the upper part of the stomach.This limits how much food can be absorbed at one time, thus reducing how much the individual eats.
Gastric Banding Surgery in Mexico

Mini Gastric Bypass, otherwise known as MGB, is becoming more and more popular as an alternative to the Roux en-Y procedure due to the simplicity of its construction and low risk of complications.
Mini Gastric Bypass Surgery in Mexico

Gastric Plication is a reversible restrictive weight loss surgery procedure. Gastric Plication uses sutures to enclose the stomach inside itself, thereby reducing caloric intake.
Gastric Sleeve Plication in Mexico

Duodenal Switch is a procedure that combines restrictive and malabsorptive procedures for long-term weight loss. It is sometimes known as a biliopancreatic diversion. This procedure creates a smaller pouch in the stomach to hold food, while also bypassing a portion of the small intestine.
Duodenal Switch in Mexico

Revisional Bariatric Surgery is bariatric surgery with the purpose of revising or repairing a previous weight loss surgery. Most common revisional bariatric surgery is Lap-Band to Gastric Sleeve revision.
Revisional Bariatric Surgery

Latest News

    • 26 JUL 14
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    USGI’s New Incisionless Endolumenal Bariatric Surgery

    When you consider the traditional bariatric surgery for weight loss you will note that there is a necessary incision to do the job. This incision has some worried about the invasive nature of the procedure, the potential for infection and the potential side effects. Avoiding the incision could change the way that the surgery is

    • 25 JUL 14
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    Reoperative Bariatric Surgery: Substantial Weight Loss at 1 Year and Low Complication Rates

    Unlike previously suspected, reoperative bariatric surgery appears to be substantially safer, provides fewer complications than anticipated, has a low major morbidity and mortality rate, and above all appears to be affective at providing exceptional weight loss at just 1 year after the surgery. Proof is in the Numbers Not only is the process of a

    • 30 JUN 14
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    Weight Loss Surgery More Successful Than Conventional Type II Diabetes Treatment Options

    According to a new study, diabetic patients who had any type of bariatric surgery saw a greater chance of weight loss and less instances of microvascular or macrovascular complication then those treated with usual care treatment options. Swedish researchers found that in their researcher that nearly 15 years after having weight loss surgery over 30%

    • 23 JUN 14
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    How Gastric Bypass Surgery Changes the Brain’s Response to Food

    It has long been understood that gastric bypass, by altering the functionality of the stomach, is capable of helping patients to achieve weight loss in large quantities. Studies are now showing that there are additional benefits to patients of gastric bypass procedures beyond the obvious changes in digestion and metabolism. For example, according to a