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How Weight Loss Surgery Works : Kentucky Bariatric Surgery

How Weight Loss Surgery Works Video

How Weight Loss Surgery Works

Kentucky Bariatric Surgery

Kentucky Bariatric Surgery

http://www.nucleushealth.com/ This 3D medical animation demonstrates techniques used in bariatric surgery (weight reduction surgery) for obesity, including stomach staple. Bariatric surgery is performed if weight loss efforts through lifestyle changes and medications have been unsuccessful and your body mass index, or BMI, is above 40 or above 35 and you have life-threatening condition, such as heart disease or diabetes. There are two types of bariatric surgeries; restrictive and malabsorptive. Gastric bypass or Roux-en-Y is both a restrictive and malabsortive procedure, while LAP BAND techniques are restrictive procedures and biopacreatic diversion procedure is a malabsorptive procedure.

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10 Comments

  1. Barbaric surgery… choice healthy life style over this surgery cause this could lead more problems for your health. Donโ€™t ruin what works naturally… these doctors are butchers these days… scary stuff ๐Ÿ˜ฅ

  2. So if o get this surgery I will only be able to eat 1 cup of food every meal … thatโ€™s like a bottle of water

  3. This is all bullshit and crap. There should be a provision, which a person who loves food, to have as much as he/she wants, and not gain weight. And this IS possible, by increasing the HCl in the stomach, which when decreased, causes weight gain, and digestive problems.

    But they won't do it, as if done once, this will then cure patients permanently, and reduce their medical expenditure. This is all commercialization.

  4. wait hol up….. so if your stomach aint attach to the esopogus no more then what keep it from falling down to your foot ๐Ÿ’€๐Ÿ’€

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