The gastric sleeve is the most commonly performed weight loss surgery in the U.S. and worldwide. The gastric sleeve, also called sleeve gastrectomy, is a bariatric surgery operation to induce weight loss. The risks of gastric sleeve surgery are far less than the risks of having obesity and its related diseases.Book an Appointment
About Gastric sleeve
A surgical procedure called gastric sleeve surgery is intended to help people who are severely obese. A significant portion of the stomach is surgically removed during the surgery, resulting in a smaller stomach. The stomach that is still there develops a sleeve-like form, like a long tube or a banana. As a result, the stomach can contain less food, which results in a feeling of fullness from smaller servings of food. It also has lower complication rates than other common operations, including gallbladder removal and hip replacement.
Procedure of Gastric sleeve
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