What's RYGB Revision: Bypass Distalization & Partial Gastrectomy?
In patients with inadequate weight loss or weight regain after RYGB, BP limb distalization with lengthening of the BP limb is an effective procedure for additional weight loss and further improvement of comorbidities. Nutritional complications are a risk but can be minimized with close follow-up and patient compliance.
Note: This is a malabsorption surgery it is recommended you have blood work done every six months after surgery and please follow your PCP’s instructions in case of the detection of any deficiencies are found.
GBPS Revision: Bypass Distalization & Partial Gastrectomy is a major surgery. After GBPS revision surgery, you will stay at CER Hospital two nights to recover. As always, it’s important that you follow the doctors orders.
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