The treatment known as gastric sleeve surgery is almost always carried out using a minimally invasive technique called laparoscopic surgery. In order to accomplish this, a long, thin tube will need to be inserted into your intestines via a series of very small incisions. This tube is outfitted with a number of different instruments, as well as a light and a minuscule camera.
The use of general anesthesia, which induces a state similar to that of a deep sleep and requires the use of a ventilator so that the patient does not stop breathing during the operation, is necessary for gastric sleeve surgery. The procedure includes making an incision in your stomach and cutting it in half lengthwise. The outer, curved section of your stomach will have approximately 80 percent of it cut away and removed during the procedure. After that, the remaining twenty percent of the sides are stitched or stapled together. This results in the stomach taking on a banana shape and shrinking to about 25 percent of its original size.
In Turkey, laparoscopic gastric sleeve surgery, which is performed by Mita Health Group, shortens the amount of time needed for patients to recuperate. The procedure takes about an hour, and after three to four hours you should be able to continue walking normally. Because it is a minimally invasive and low-risk form of bariatric surgery, this is one of the most popular procedures for weight loss surgery. Cutting-edge technology is used in its performance (laparoscopy).
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