Weight Loss Surgery

Some obese people can not reduce their usual weight-loss practices, and doctors recommend weight loss surgery. Of the obstructive surgeries that are currently routinely performed in the world, one can mention gastric bypass, gastrectomy and gingivitis or stomach loop. The method of placement has been developed by one of the surgeons in Iran and is still at the research stage. Some surgeries have become obsolete today, including gastric bypasses. Surgical gastrectomy removes 80% of the stomach In the gastro-intestinal sclerosis, about 75% to 80% of the stomach is removed from the stomach. It is quite physiological, that is, the food comes from the mouth and enters the esophagus, and then goes to the stomach and duodenum, so this path does not go away and becomes narrower. Meanwhile, the ghrelin hormone, the appetite hormone, is eliminated in this action, and the appetite decreases. Surgery has undergone a test and many people have been surgically treated. The BMI for normal adults is normal if it is between 18.5 and 25. Between 25 and 30 are overweight, between 30 and 35 first grade obesity, between 35 and 40 degrees of obesity, and from 40 to over, excessive obesity is considered to be ultimately surgical in people with this BMI. People with a BMI of between 35 and 40, can do bariatric surgery if they have associated illnesses such as metabolic syndrome, diabetes, hypertension, blood lipids, low back pain, fatty liver, orthopedic problems, etc. The US Food and Drug Administration has recommended 30 to 35 bundling or gastric bypasses for the BMI. After surgery, the duration of hospitalization varies from two days to one week. After admission, most patients can get their daily routine. Patients can resume their work after 10 days to 3 weeks, which depends on the person and his job.