What are the Surgical Aspects of Mini Gastric Bypass? | Bariatric Surgeon in Delhi

Principle of mini Gastric Bypass:

A long gastric tube and a wide loop anastomosis are used to induce a dumping and mal-absorptive effect.

Position of the patient in the operation theater:

The patient is in the same position in the operating room as in the Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass.

Mini Gastric bypass is regarded as a malabsorptive treatment since it results in decreased absorption of the food consumed.

There are similar 3 to 4 incisions or holes

The gastric pouch is long, like a sleeve, and is linked to the intestines, forming a loop, allowing the treatment to be completed with just a single anastomosis or joint.

The bypassed intestines range in length from 170 cm to 250 cm, depending on the patient's needs.

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