This is a combined surgery, in which the stomach is divided into two parts; a new small stomach is formed, and a bypass is created. The small stomach is connected to the small intestine loop, thus bypassing the large stomach and shortening the gastrointestinal tract. Laparoscopic gastric bypass surgery is recommended for patients with diabetes mellitus and gastroesophageal reflux disease.

Postoperative care and recovery

  • After the surgery, a few days are spent in the clinic;

  • It is recommended to eat liquid food for about a week;

  • An individual nutrition plan is drawn up after the surgery, which must be followed;
    Physical activity should be avoided for three weeks;

  • After recovery, it is recommended to include physical activity in your lifestyle. One can start by walking, increasing the walking distance.