Gastric Bypass

The stomach size will be reduced through creating a small pocket not larger in size than 10%-15% of the original stomach size, and will be separated from the other part of the stomach by using specialized surgical staplers. Then this pocket is connected to the small intestines after overtaking 100-150 cm of the small intestines.

How does Gastric Bypass reduce weight?

The delayed connection of digestive extracts with the food intake and non-absorption of food within part of the small intestines already overtaken.