Gastric Bypass in New York

Total 19 Records for Gastric Bypass in New York - Clinics(11) Doctors(8)

 

Dr William Graber

104 Union Ave Ste 809, New York City - 13203,New York, United States

Dr William Graber New York City
Gastric Bypass gastric bypass operation is the most commonly performed restrictive procedure. First, a small stomach pouch is created. This pouch is the key to the operation. Filling the small pouch with a few bites of food makes a patient have the same feeling of fullness that they experienced before only after a large meal. A section of the small intestine is attached to the pouch to allow food to enter the intestine, which is where absorption of the food happens Read More

Williams Center Plastic Surgery Specialists

1072 Troy Schenectady Road, Latham - 12110,New York, United States

Williams Center Plastic Surgery Specialists Latham
Gastric Bypass

Laparoscopic Gastrectomy Procedure will solve all your issues related with your weight. We understand that you might be concerned about the risk and recovery involved with it. Do not worry, the procedure is minimally invasive and is conducted by making small incisions.

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CNY Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery

5898 Bridge St, East Syracuse - 13057,New York, United States

CNY Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery East Syracuse 1736
Gastric Bypass

The procedure of Laparoscopic Gastrectomy is applicable for people who are at high medical risk for bypass procedures, have a high body mass index, or have complex medical history.

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Dr Marina Kurian

161 Madison Avenue Ste. 9SE, New York City - 10016,New York, United States

Dr Marina Kurian New York City
Gastric Bypass The Gastric Bypass surgery makes you eat less food as well as absorb fewer calories, especially early after the surgery. The operation divides the stomach into two uneven parts, one small pouch that sees food and the other remainder or remnant of stomach does not. In order for the food to drain out of the pouch, small intestine is hooked up to the pouch (aka gastrojejunostomy). This small intestine is called the Roux limb. This Roux limb is measured for a certain length, 150cm. At this point, the intestine is re-attached to complete the circuit (aka enteroenterostomy). In general, the operation is performed with small incisions known as laparoscopy. Occasionally, the gastric bypass has to be done with a large incision, known as open gastric bypass. Read More

Dr Piotr Gorecki

506 6th Street, Brooklyn - 11215,New York, United States

Dr Piotr Gorecki Brooklyn
Gastric Bypass In recent years, better clinical understanding of procedures combining restrictive and malabsorptive approaches has increased the choices of effective weight loss surgery for thousands of patients. By adding malabsorption, food is delayed in mixing with bile and pancreatic juices that aid in the absorption of nutrients. The result is an early sense of fullness, combined with a sense of satisfaction that reduces the desire to eat. Read More

Dr Paul Thodiyil

9920 4th Avenue Suite 210, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn - 11209,New York, United States

Dr Paul Thodiyil Brooklyn
Gastric Bypass The gastric bypass is the oldest and best studied bariatric procedure in the United States. A small gastric pouch is created, accounting for the restriction while the Roux limb and the bypassed stomach and bowel account for the malabsorption. The average weight loss is about 1 lb a day for the first 3 to 4 months. Read More

Dr Daniel Farkas

1650 Selwyn Ave Suite 4E, Bronx - 10457,New York, United States

Dr Daniel Farkas Bronx 12751
Gastric Bypass In the Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass a small stomach pouch is created. The small intestine is then divided near its beginning. The distal segment is brought up and connected to the pouch. This is called the Roux limb. The other half contains the digestive juices, and is hooked back into the intestine downstream. It containes some of the malabsorptive properties of the Biliopancreatic Diversion, but not to the same extreme. Read More

Dr Julio Teixeira

186 East 76th Street,, New York City - 10021,New York, United States

Dr Julio Teixeira New York City
Gastric Bypass The gastric bypass procedure is a type of bariatric surgery or weight loss surgery designed to reduce your food intake if you have tried and failed to lose weight through diet and exercise. Read More

Dr. Marina Kurian

161 Madison Avenue Ste. 9SE, New York City - 10016,New York, United States

Marina Kurian New York City 17894 1
Gastric Bypass

The procedure of Laparoscopic Gastrectomywill help to lose your body weight to a considerable amount. Advancing age is one reason for weight gain and this procedure helps them to lose the extra weight.

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Dr. Piotr Gorecki

506 6th Street, Brooklyn - 11215,New York, United States

Piotr Gorecki Brooklyn 17895 1
Gastric Bypass

Depending on the weight before the surgery, patients can expect to lose a weight of 40 to 70 percent of their body in Laparoscopic Gastrectomy. The problem of Diabetes, hypertension, obstructive sleep apnea and abnormal cholesterol levels are cured in more than 75% of patients undergoing this procedure.

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