Stomach bandage…??

Stomach bandage...??
Stomach bandage…?? Stomach bandage is a laparoscopic surgery performed in obese clients, where a special regulating silicone ring is implanted on the upper part of the stomach, causing the stomach to be divided into two smaller parts. This ring may be more or more forgiving or forgiving due to the inserted port in the client’s subclip. The tightness of this ring is given by a doctor who admits the special fluid to the port and the ring.
The division of the stomach into two smaller parts gives rise to a feeling of saturation, in addition the pressure of the ring itself causes irritation of the nerve fibers, which also gives a feeling of fullness. However, this method does not reduce appetite. Performance is fully reversible. If any complications or intolerance occurs to the client, the ring is removed in the short-term surgical procedure and the stomach gets the same shape as before performing the bandage .

Reasons for stomach bandage

  • obesity alone (in the case of weight loss, treatment of obesity grade II and III)
  • prevention and treatment of diseases that cause obesity ( diabetes , high blood pressure , exercise and joint load, infertility, mycoses , eczema)
  • cosmetic effect

Preparation before the procedure

  • because it is a surgical procedure of total anesthesia, it is necessary to undergo basic preparatory examinations ( laboratory examination , internal consilium and anesthetic consilium)
  • gastroscopy for the treatment of oesophageal and gastric diseases
  • ultrasound of the abdomen
  • Obesity recommendations are also needed
  • psychological examination to assess the ability to maintain post-treatment dietary discipline

Rules after surgery

  • since it is surgery in general anesthesia, it is in place to mobilize and prevent embolism early
  • after the surgery, the client may only have unsweetened tea or water in small doses
  • 2. – 7. day after the procedure only liquid food is recommended (fruit and vegetable juices, creams, soups, protein drinks are appropriate ), again at a lower and more frequent dose
  • 7th – 13th day after the procedure there is a ground, mash diet (food must be mixed or grated – grated apples, banana, elder white or dark pastry are suitable)
  • 2nd week after bandage it is still recommended to mix, crush (low energy diet, crushed pasta, ham)
  • one month after the procedure, it goes to normal diet (this diet may not be energy-intensive and food that is not recommended to disrupt the function of the bandage – fruits or vegetables, large pieces of meat, nuts, mushrooms)

THE BANDAGE CLIENT MUST:

  • follow dietary precautions and cooperate
  • much bite every bite
  • eat only small doses and do not overflow the upper part of the stomach over the cuff, otherwise there is a risk of complications – vomiting and eventually necessary removal of the cuff
  • to avoid risky foods (fruits and vegetables, bread crusts, nuts, large pieces of meat)
  • Do not eat high energy foods (sweetened drinks, coca-cola , chocolate)
  • eat every 3-4 hours
  • to drink between meals

POSSIBLE COMPLICATIONS:

  • pulmonary embolism
  • perforation of the stomach
  • bleeding
  • poor healing of the surgical wound
  • spreading stomach over bandage
  • slip, movement and rupture of the cuff
Clients with stomach bandage lose weight on average 2 kg per month. However, he must continue to attend regular check-ups. It is important to follow the discipline of diet regimen and principles to maintain the proper functioning of the bandage.

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