The stomach can still be seen with a gastroscopy. In contrast to gastric bypass, vitamin B12 substitutes are usually not necessary. Foreign body is not introduced.
What happens after gastric bypass surgery? Gastric bypass surgery, better known as RYGB, is one of the most important weight loss surgeries. The surgeon makes a small pouch in the stomach to reduce the amount of food the body can absorb. Usually, part of the stomach is left intact for normal digestive functions. The surgeon then closes the bag with a [...]
Gastric bypass is one of the most common and established methods of achieving significant and permanent weight loss through surgery. Similar to gastric sleeve resection, the stomach is significantly shrunk so that significantly less food can be consumed (restrictive component). In contrast to the sleeve stomach, the remaining stomach is not removed, it remains in the body and produces [...]
Gastric bypass surgery Gastric bypass surgery is a form of treatment that has been used in the surgical treatment of obesity for about 20 years. Thanks to this method of treatment, the patient suffering from obesity is treated. This creates a short passage to the intestine. First, 90% of the stomach are deactivated and 10% is left. The working part of the stomach only has the [...]