Friday, 4 March 2016

Primus Hospital: The Therapy Which Ensures the Best Health Status You Deserve

Bariatric Surgery

Everybody should stay healthy and happy in his or her life. I personally feel that to maintain good health one should do regular exercises and eat a proper balanced diet. But still many individuals are not able to stay healthy due to improper lifestyle. This ultimately leads to giving invitations to various diseases which is not known to an individual until diagnosed.

One of the most practiced methods of having weight loss is by reducing the size of the stomach and that too with a gastric band. There is procedure where doctors may suggest removal of the portion of stomach or procedures where rerouting is done also called gastric bypass surgery. Bariatric Surgery is one of the most demanding surgery for Obesity & metabolic surgery in the country. Bariatric surgery includes different types of weight loss surgeries. It also includes revision surgeries with good success rates. The surgery is performed on people who have morbid obesity. Bariatric procedures include Gastric Band, Sleeve Gastrectomy, Gastric Bypass, Mini Gastric Bypass, Bilio-pancreatic diversion and metabolic surgeries routinely done.

At Primus hospital we offer bariatric procedures to obese patients. There are specific evaluation program which helps in deciding whether the patient is eligible for the procedure. Not only that a proper follow-up care is also important after the surgery which involves support groups like dietitian services and exercise instructor to help out the post surgical process. At Primus we consider bariatric surgery a tool to help you live a healthier and longer life. Our consultants and allied specialists in the treatment of Morbid Obesity have played a specific role. This has led to the achievement of better outcomes and improved quality of life for hundreds of obese patients who visit us each year. Bariatric surgery or weight loss surgery has a variety of procedures and the main aim is to is to bring weight loss by reducing the size of the stomach or through removal of a portion of the stomach.

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