Surgical techniques to treat obesity
The sleeve is the name commonly given to a surgical operation performed on the stomach to help the patient lose weight
SASI is not divided and the food stream is only partially diverted away from the duodenum and proximal small bowel. The remnant stomach is also completely removed.
RYGastric Bypass is the most commonly performed weight-loss procedure in the United States. It has been in practice for more than 30 years and provides an excellent balance of weight loss and manageable side effects.
The Mini-Gastric Bypass or single anastomosis gastric bypass, is an effective and well-established procedure which combines some of the properties of a gastric sleeve and a standard gastric bypass.