A Gastric Bypass (Gastric Bypass)
Gastric Bypass surgery is one of the most commonly performed surgeries in the surgical treatment of obesity. They are methods that are counted as both restrictive and absorption-reducing initiatives. The most common types of gastric Bypass surgery are Mini Gastric Bypass and Roux En Y Gastric Bypass (RYGB).
Gastric Bypass surgery is a system based on reducing the amount of food that the patient can take by reducing the volume of the stomach and shortening the absorption pathway that the food travels through the small intestine. In other words, it is a surgery that is both restrictive and inhibitory of absorption.
Stomach volume with this method is about 15-30 cc. food intake is reduced by shrinking to. Since most of the stomach, duedonum (12 finger intestine) and the beginning part of the small intestine (jejenum) are left disabled (bypass), absorption of eaten foods (especially high-calorie sugary foods) is prevented.