SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY SURGERY
Sleeve gastric surgery is the operation to remove 75-80% of the stomach and convert the stomach into a tube shape. This operation is performed laparoscopically and under general anesthesia. In the abdominal cavity 4-5 holes are opened. The process takes around 1 hour. Because a large portion of the stomach is taken, the volume of the stomach shrinks, resulting in a feeling of fullness with less food. In addition, the appetite hormone released from the removed part of the stomach (ghrelin) will not be released. Food travels to the small intestine much faster. The stomach volume shrinks. In this way, the feeling of early satiety occurs.
Closed tube stomach surgery dramatically reduces appetite, significantly slows the rate of eating. As a result, the amount of food that can be eaten in one meal is greatly reduced. The psychology of patients who are easily weakened quickly turns to positive.
After the surgery, patients who have a regular daily life, who have a balanced diet and exercise get better results.
BEFORE THE OPERATION , ALL OF OUR PATIENTS ARE EVALUATED BY A DETAILED ANALYSIS.
Blood tests: based on the vitamin and mineral values found in your blood, information about the liver, kidney, coagulation system etc..