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    Gastric Sleeve

    Gastric Sleeve Surgery

    Sleeve gastrectomy, also called a vertical sleeve gastrectomy, is a surgical weight-loss procedure. This procedure is typically performed laparoscopically, which involves inserting small instruments through multiple small incisions in the upper abdomen. During sleeve gastrectomy, about 80% of the stomach is removed, leaving a tube-shaped stomach about the size and shape of a banana.

    5 DAYS

    Accommodation

    2 HOURS

    Duration of Procedure

    6 WEEKS

    Recovery

    APERA CARE

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    Why it’s done

    Sleeve gastrectomy is done to help you lose excess
    weight and reduce your risk of potentially life-threatening
    weight-related health problems, including:

    Heart disease
    High blood pressure
    High cholesterol
    Obstructive sleep apnea
    Type 2 diabetes
    Stroke
    Infertility

    Limiting the size of your stomach restricts the amount of food you are able to consume. In addition, the procedure prompts hormonal changes that assist with weight loss. These same hormonal changes also help relieve conditions associated with being overweight, such as high blood pressure or heart disease.

    Sleeve gastrectomy is typically done only after you’ve tried to lose weight by improving your diet and exercise habits.

    In general, sleeve gastrectomy surgery could be an option for you if:

    Your BMI is 35 to 39.9 (obesity), and you have a serious
    weight-related health problem, such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure or severe sleep apnea. In some cases, you may qualify for certain types of weight-loss surgery if your BMI is 30 to 34 and you have serious weight-related health problems.

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    Our All-Inclusive Gastric Sleeve Journey

    Airport
    Transfer

    Translator

    Pre-op Test

    Succes
    Surgery

    Luxury
    Hotel

    Boat
    Tour

    Dietitian
    Support

    Back
    Home

    Airport
    Transfer

    Translator

    Pre-op Test

    Succes
    Surgery

    Luxury
    Hotel

    Boat
    Tour

    Dietitian
    Support

    Back
    Home

    Before the operation

    It’s best to avoid greasily and junk food a week before your operation day. It’s better to incorporate more liquid into your diet for easier digestion and cleanse. If you smoke or consume alcohol regularly, take a break around one week before your operation. Incorporate more soups and vegetables into your diet towards your operation date. Drink more liquids with every meal.

    You will be admitted to our hospital upon your arrival. We will do the bloodwork and the necessary tests to prepare you for the operation.

    A gastric sleeve patient starts their recovery period with an all-liquid diet, followed by mashed foods. The patient can begin eating solid foods after the approval of their dietician. Light exercises are also recommended to keep the weight down and continue losing weight.

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