The Omega (Mini) Bypass
For many patients the Omega (mini) bypass is an effective option to the standard gastric bypass surgery. Thereby is the Omega (mini) bypass not far different from the Roux-en-Y gastric bypass method. A mini bypass in the Turkey will help you to reduce weight, because the intake of food will be restricted. Even the appetite will be controlled by a change in the enteric flora.
Mini bypass operations have been performed since the early 1960s, but have been discarded. With the development of the keyhole technic or laparoscopic surgery the mini bypass operation had a popular comeback. If this gastric operation is performed in Turkey, you will have a fast, effective and affordable alternative to a customary bypass in your country.
Mini Bypass Operation Turkey Operation
A mini gastric bypass operation is a relatively fast and simple operation and carried out by medical specialists and surgeons. In the first part of the operation the surgeon splits the stomach with an endoscopic instrument. From this a new, smaller stomach will be formed. Since this one will be much smaller as the old one, the intake of food is reduced.
Most parts of the stomach stay in the body an will still produce digestive juices. This will help with the digestion. The separated part of the stomach will no more have contact with food.
In the next step of the Omega bypass operation creates the surgeon an intestinal loop out of the duodenum and a part of the jejunum to the lower part of the stomach and bypasses about two meters of the small intestine. Food will merge with the digestive juices directly in the small intestine.
With this circumvention of the duodenum and the jejunum intake of food and calories are reduced. Less calories, meaning loss of weight.