The Department of Bariatric Surgery is a centre of excellence with fully equipped labs, ICU units, and a team of highly trained doctors and surgeons with a lot of experience in the field. We help and care for you all the way through your weight-loss surgery so that you have an experience that is on par with excellence and meets very strict standards for your safety and happiness. The advanced surgeries are done by nationally and internationally renowned surgeons, gastroenterologists, anaesthetists, technicians, counsellors, and dieticians who work closely together to create a comprehensive treatment plan that focuses on the patient's overall health. We are the leaders in new ideas and technology, and we always try to give our patients the most up-to-date treatments and facilities. We have a wide range of the best bariatric surgery procedures, such as Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, Sleeve gastrectomy, and Biliopancreatic diversion, for you to choose from.
We are the leaders in new ideas and technology, and we always try to give our patients the most up-to-date treatments and facilities. We have a wide range of the best bariatric surgery procedures, such as Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, Sleeve gastrectomy, and Biliopancreatic diversion, for you to choose from.
The most popular kind of bariatric surgery, it tries to decrease nutrition absorption by limiting food consumption. The operation, which is usually permanent, entails the removal of a sizable part of your stomach. The smaller piece, which is still present, is about the size of a walnut. The surviving end of the small intestine is attached to the minuscule amount of the stomach that is left after a little portion of it is likewise removed. When a large percentage of the stomach and certain parts of the small intestine are bypassed when you eat, this helps to reduce the patient's appetite.Sleeve gastrectomy –
As the name implies, this surgical technique includes removing about 80% of the stomach to create a pouch that resembles a long sleeve. This drastically decreases the capacity of the stomach and the production of the hormone that controls hunger, ghrelin, which in turn lessens your appetite. It doesn't entail rerouting the intestines like the Roux-en-Y gastric bypass does.Biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch –
There are two steps to the surgical operation. Making a pouch that resembles a sleeve and attaching it to the end of the intestines, close to the duodenum, is the first phase of the procedure, which is somewhat similar to a sleeve gastrectomy. Bypassing a significant portion of the gut, this aids in limiting nutritional absorption.