The weight loss department at Yashoda hospital is especially sought for its excellent results, unique individualized experience, and guidance by our expert doctors not only during the surgery but also throughout the complete weight loss journey and beyond.
A whole team of surgeons, endocrinologists, anesthetists, intensivists, physiotherapists, dietitians, and support staff, including counselors and physiologists strive to deliver quality care and provide constant support with empathy and passion.
To treat various metabolic disorders, our multidisciplinary bariatric program at Yashoda hospital offers personalized treatment plans to patients with diabetes and other metabolic conditions. The center aims to provide you with a seamless, predictable, safe experience throughout the weight loss and Bariatric Surgery procedure.
Bariatric surgery and metabolic disease is the most effective and best treatment for severe obesity. There are a number of ""metabolic"" diseases and medical conditions which have been associated with severe or morbid obesity, such as hypertension, Type 2 Diabetes, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, high cholesterol, and obstructive sleep apnea. Major significant procedures we provide are:
Sleeve gastrectomy is also called vertical sleeve gastrectomy, where the outer margin of the stomach is removed to restrict food intake. With the removal of the outer margin, a sleeve of the stomach is left, which is roughly the size and shape of a banana. This is the muscle that controls the emptying of food from the stomach into the intestine. Sleeve gastrectomy is purely a restrictive procedure that limits food intake.
After the surgery, the patient usually eats a small amount of food because, with the reduction in the stomach size, the patient feels full after eating few calories. Also, the surgery helps in removing the portion of the stomach that generates a hormone that is responsible for making the patient hungry. Unlike the gastric bypass procedure, Sleeve gastrectomy is a simpler operation.
Gastric bypass surgery is a form of weight-loss surgery that involves creating a small incision and making a small pouch from the stomach. The laparoscopic instrument is used to connect the pouch directly to the small intestine. After the gastric bypass surgery, the food swallowed goes directly to the small pouch of the stomach. Thus, bypassing most of your stomach and the first part of your small intestine.
Gastric bypass surgery is usually performed by the doctors when diet and exercise haven't worked or if you are suffering from serious weight issues. Laparoscopic Gastric bypass can help you in long-term weight loss. Depending on your type of surgery and your change in lifestyle habits, you can lose huge amounts of weight. Sometimes, patients have been able to lose 60 percent of their weight.
Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty (ESG) is a non-invasive, latest daycare endoscopic procedure where our team uses a thin, flexible endoscope camera and an endoscopic suturing device attached to its tip. The doctor inserts an endoscope down the patient's throat into the stomach, and thus, no incisions is required.
The doctor is able to examine the camera with the help of an endoscope, and the surgery is performed by making 12 sutures in the stomach. After the surgery, the shape of the stomach changes, and it looks like a tube. The person will consume fewer calories after the procedure.
Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty (ESG) is one the medically advanced procedure which does not require surgery. It offers several advantages:
A person has to undergo if he encounters conditions such as:
Here are some of the reasons that doctors suggest patients go for Obesity & Metabolic Surgery
The patient must follow the various precautions after the Liver Transplant:
Risks associated with the surgical procedure are:
However, our trained and experienced doctors use advanced technology and their expertise to reduce these risks as much as possible.