Bariatric Surgery in Mexico

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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



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    • 26 SEP 14
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    Retrain Your Brain with Bariatric Surgery

    With one-third of the adults in the United States being considered obese it is clear that obesity is a difficult issue to treat. The typical solution from physicians is a major change in diet and exercise along with medical therapy, all of which seem to fail for the most part. Even though only 17 percent

    • 15 SEP 14
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    Male and Substance Using Patients May be Less Likely to Complete Weight-loss Surgery

    Studies show that while the popularity of weight-loss surgery has grown, so have the instances of patients that do not go through with the surgery. These seem to be primarily substance users and men as found by research. Researchers have determined that those patients that are over the age of 60, smokers, drinkers, drug users

    • 09 SEP 14
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    Instances of Hypoglycemia Common After Bariatric Surgery

    A controlled study of 45 patients found that patients uncovered that hypoglycemic episodes seemed to be common and yet mostly went unnoticed after bariatric surgery was performed. A three day period of normal living showed that symptomatic hypoglycemia was present in 22% out of the 15 patients that had gastric bypass surgery, 20% out of

    • 06 SEP 14
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    Improved Urinary Incontinence 3 Years After Bariatric Surgery

    Urinary incontinence is a common problem for women that are considered to be obese. These women seem to have increased incontinence the more obese that they are and the problem seems to be progressive as age goes on as well for these patients. New studies are showing that there is some significant improvement in the