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The sleeve gastrectomy reduces the stomach volume to the size of a small banana. As a result, the stomach is filled even with just small amounts of food. Sleeve gastrectomy appears to prompt certain hormonal processes, which restrain the appetite. There are evidences that after a sleeve gastrectomy the stomach produces lower amounts of the so-called hunger hormone "ghrelin" and thereby additionally reduces the appetite. At the same time, hunger suppressing hormones are released.

If you have the need for sleeve gastrectomy, you will find the experts here. Local and international patients choose these specialists for the case of sleeve gastrectomy for the following reasons:

  • Innovative and gentle treatment methods of sleeve gastrectomy
  • Minimally invasive surgery

Benefits of this Sleeve Gastrectomy Specialist:

  • Very high success rate. The esperts for sleeve gastrectomy listed below apply the latest techniques to achieve such a result.
  • International accreditation. The sleeve gastrectomy facilities have international accreditations and health certificates. This means they perform the sleeve gastrectomy according to strict worldwide treatment protocols.
The sleeve gastrectomy is already possible at a price from €4,000. Please send us your inquiry with a current x-ray image to get a detailed estimate cost.

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Tubing stomach / stomach reduction / sleeve gastrectomy

In this procedure, a gastric portion is separated and removed along the major curvature. The size of the remaining remainder of the stomach is determined by a placeholder introduced into the stomach and is usually 100 - 125 ml. The occlusion of the stomach takes place with special titanium staples, which remain in the body after the operation. The procedure is relatively safer and leads to a good weight reduction. A big advantage of the procedure is the significantly reduced feeling of hunger and the already after a few bites onset of satiety. In type 2 diabetics, a significant improvement in the metabolic status usually occurs only a few days after the operation, which translates into a lower insulin dose or a lower requirement for oral antidiabetics.

Operation expiration

Inpatient admission is the day before the operation. To prepare for the morning surgery, our nurses will provide you with surgical clothing. The operation takes place under general anesthesia as laparoscopy and lasts about one hour. After the operation, they may be monitored for one night in the intensive care unit. Discharge usually takes place on the 7th day. The first follow-up appointment takes place about 4-6 weeks later.

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Sleeve gastrectomy is an interim goal in the obesity surgery and treatment. German experts for bariatric surgery will support you 2019-12-09 Sleeve Gastrectomy

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Sleeve Gastrectomy against obesity

24.06.2019

More than half of all Germans are affected by obesity. Some of them are so strong that only an operative stomach reduction is possible. Due to numerous sequelae, the World Health Organization now classifies obesity as an illness. Last chance: a sleeve gastrectomy operation.

Christian Kröber has a full life. The 45-year-old loves his garden, is up and running and his two dogs keep him busy. As a caregiver for disabled children, he often goes for walks in the woods or in the swimming pool. But Christian Kröger does not feel well in his skin. With a BMI (Body Mass Index) of over 40 and 140 kilograms of body weight, he is severely limited in his activities. Because of the strong overweight, he also suffers from hypertension and has a disc disease. His biggest wish is to be able to go by bike or to tie up his shoes. As a child and a young man, the trained baker was very thin, but since he was 30 years old, he grew fatter. Neither diets nor nutritional advice helped. He lost five kilos, he had twice as much on his hips a little later. In 2017, Christian Kröber then applied for the reimbursement for a gastric reduction with a sleeve gastrectomy operation at his health insurance and a small fight for approval began. Despite psychological report, the motivation to sports and a change in diet, he received several rejections. At the end of 2018 he got the hoped-for approval and was able to undergo surgery in February of this year by Professor Frank Benedix at the University Hospital in Magdeburg.

An operation for gastric reduction is only possible if the applicant reveals his absolute willingness for a positive change in his habits and has at least two failed diets or cures behind him. According to the Federal Social Court, the cost assumption of an obesity operation by the statutory health insurance funds is only as an "ultima ratio", so if nothing else helps. Mainly because of the high follow-up costs, the health insurance companies hesitate in granting the costs. In addition, BMI must be above 40 (Grade 3 obesity) or between 35 and 40 (Grade 2 obesity) with additional conditions such as diabetes, heart disease or sleep apnea. A pregnancy or a metabolic disease must not be present. The application for reimbursement by the statutory health insurance funds must be accompanied by a medical certificate and various documents. Including certificates of participation in weight loss programs and sports courses as well as a food diary. To show serious readiness, a letter of motivation must not be missing. An operation should always be the last step!

If the criteria for obesity surgery are met, various surgical procedures are available. The gastric band, the stomach and the gastric bypass are most commonly used. In the peritoneal surgery, about three-fourths of the stomach are surgically separated, reducing the capacity of 1.5 liters to 50 to 150 milliliters. The shape of the stomach now reminds of a tube. In addition, hormone-producing cells in the stomach are removed. The hormonal changes curb the appetite and have a favorable effect on diabetes. The average weight reduction of the overweight is 50 to 60 percent. Disadvantages can be complications with leaky surgical sutures, the formation of gallstones due to too rapid weight loss and a renewed weight gain. A stomach can not be undone!

When deciding for or against sleeve gastrectomy, it is important to carefully weigh the pros and cons of surgery. It was the same with Yvonne Stadtmüller. 1.5 years ago, Professor Benedix performed a perineum surgery on the today 34-year-old. Before the procedure, she weighed 160 kilograms at a BMI of 60. She had high blood pressure, poor blood levels, and symptoms of a heart attack. So her last chance was seen in the operation. Although she survived this well, she had to be revived after the procedure. At her high body weight, the anesthesia could not be properly dosed. Yvonne Stadtmüller says: "I died for my new life." She was not allowed to eat for the first few days after the procedure. She swallowed too much air while drinking, that stretched her stomach and she was in pain. A two-week soup phase followed. For this purpose, the soup was frozen in preparation for ice cubes. Per meal Yvonne Stadtmüller managed only three thawed cubes. Then came a two-week porridge phase before finally eating half a slice of toast.

But the pounds tumbled and that was a positive vote. Yvonne Stadtmüller had to learn what she can tolerate and how much she can eat. Above all, protein is on the menu. Today, the trained automotive mechatronics technician weighs 97 kilograms and is again up and running and active. She wants to lose another 20 kilograms later this year.

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