Bariatric surgery

How long does the surgery take?

The surgery lasts 2.5-3.5 hours, with three surgeons participating: specialists in bariatric and laparoscopic surgery.

When can I return to my normal daily routine after the surgery?

Like any other surgery, this procedure requires specific postoperative care, the duration of which is highly individual and depends on the body’s recovery resources, internal biorhythms, the specifics of the surgery, and various other factors. Usually, it takes about 3-4 weeks.

When can I eat on my own?

Typically, within 48 hours after the surgery, food intake gradually begins under the supervision of a doctor, taking into account the specifics of the surgery. The diet includes a combination of essential and necessary components for your body at that time.

What risks can arise during and after the surgery?

It is important to understand that bariatric surgery is a complex surgical intervention, even if it is performed laparoscopically. During the surgery, there can be bleeding, tears in the intestines or other organs, damage. Later, hernias, infections, pancreatitis, intestinal obstruction, and other complications may occur.

What results can I expect after the surgery?

Complete results can be discussed no earlier than 7-11 months after the surgery. However, it is extremely important to continue physical activity, dietary nutrition, and maintaining an active lifestyle after the surgery. In such cases, a reduction of excess weight by 1/3-1/2 is considered a good result.

What is included in the cost of the surgery, and will I need to pay anything extra later?

The cost of the surgery includes a package offer, which already covers standard preoperative laboratory and instrumental examinations, consultations with specialists — endocrinologist, cardiologist, dietitian, psychologist, anesthesiologist, resuscitator, pulmonologist, and surgeons. The surgery itself, anesthesia, surgical care, medications, food, and postoperative examinations are also included.

The cost also includes additional examinations that may arise as a result of the examination, as well as additional consultations with specialists.


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