Exercise After Bariatric Surgery

2019-04-23T07:40:55+10:00Documents, Patient Resources|

By Louise Petrou Exercise. Accept it, embrace it and enjoy it. It improves your mood almost immediately, it gets you out and about to engage with the world and feel connected. So why else should you bother with it? Exercise is otherwise known as PA (Physical Activity). PA doesn’t just occur in gyms. There are a lot of misconceptions about exercise. Exercise is a [...]

Making Your Peace with Food

2019-04-23T07:43:11+10:00Patient Resources|

By Louise Petrou CBC, Mid North Coast Bariatric & Hernia Centre People like you do not explore Bariatric Surgery because they want to go on another diet, or spend another few hundred on a pyramid scheme with ‘reportedly’ the best diet shakes or spend another $300 on 3 hours per night at the gym or spend sleepless nights worrying how you will afford two [...]

Short-term weight loss before surgery leads to better outcomes

2018-02-11T19:41:16+11:00Patient Resources|

By Owen Haskins, Bariatric News Patients who lose at least 8 percent of excess weight just one month before the bariatric surgery have an increased probability of losing additional in the year following surgery, according to researchers from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Greenville, SC. Apart from surgery, diet and weight loss before the operation may also determine how successful a [...]

How fat can destroy your liver.

2017-06-14T14:02:00+10:00News, Patient Resources|

By Paula Goodyer How do you get people to care about a disease with no symptoms? That's the challenge for doctors worried about the silent march of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease which, at its nastiest, can lead to liver cancer and liver failure – often with little warning. Your liver's worst enemies used to be too many drinks or infection by hepatitis B or C. Now [...]

Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy

2017-06-19T12:26:43+10:00Surgical Weight Loss Options, Videos|

The sleeve gastrectomy involves the permanent removal of 85-90% of the stomach, performed under a general anaesthetic using video assisted surgery (key hole surgery). Although the physical size of the stomach is reduced, the normal direction of the food stream through the stomach and the rest of the intestinal tract are not altered. This means that all nutrients including vitamins, minerals and protein will [...]

Mini Gastric Bypass Surgery

2021-11-23T15:28:00+11:00Surgical Weight Loss Options, Videos|

Laparoscopic "Mini-gastric bypass" (MGB) This is otherwise known as the “One Anastomosis Gastric Bypass”, “Single Anastomosis Gastric Bypass” or “Omega Loop Gastric Bypass” dependent on which continent it is performed. ivermectin österreich Dr Robert Rutledge from the USA first developed the mini gastric bypass procedure in 1997, as a modification of the standard Billroth II procedure. A mini gastric bypass creates a long narrow [...]

Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass Surgery


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P83Vs9GQ0WI Performed by Alta Bates Summit Medical Center's Bariatric Surgery Program. The Roux en Y gastric bypass surgery is performed either through an abdominal incision or through laparoscopy (6 small incisions). Your surgeon will decide which approach is appropriate for you. Gastric bypass is major surgery and involves stapling of the stomach, turning it into a small pouch. The food channel is then diverted [...]

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