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Gastric Bypass

Gastric Bypass Bariatric Surgery: Transform Your Life

JL Prado Surgical Center's informative flyer detailing their advanced stomach treatment options

Lose Weight and Regain Your Health with Gastric Bypass

It is a classic bariatric surgery, and currently it is still one of the preferred procedures, since it offers very good long-term results regarding weight loss, as well as in the control of chronic diseases (mainly diabetes and hypertension). In this surgery, 2 anastomoses (unions) are performed: The first between the gastric pouch and the small intestine (from the new Small Stomach to the intestine).

The second in the small intestine with each other (intestinal anastomosis).

At least 2 meters of small intestine are bypassed, which is why it is known as a bypass. It is a procedure that lasts about 40 min-1 hour and a half in hands of our experts. 2-3 hours after surgery, our patients are walking. This procedure is the best choice to fight diabetes and horrible cases of acid reflux.
All of our procedures are minimally invasive!
What is our advanced laparoscopic surgery techinique? It involves the use of a laparoscope, a small, advanced medical camera, and precise surgical tools to perform bariatric surgery inside the body without making large incisions or exposing internal organs. When this weight loss surgery is performed with this minimally invasive technique, many patients enjoy reduced hospital stays with minimal pain, discomfort and a speedy recovery! 2-3 hours after surgery our patients are already walking.

Packages:

Roux-en-y gastric Bypass

$ 5700 / USD
  • - Local and round trip to JL Prado Surgical Center from the San Diego International Airport
  • - 1 night at the Hotel provided by ASM
  • - Pre-op evaluations (Blood work, EKG test with Cardiologist, Spirometry, Endoscopy)
  • - Anesthesiologist
  • - Doctor’s fees
  • - 1 Night at JL Prado Surgical Center
  • - 2 leak tests
  • - 2 Nights at Recovery House
  • - 1 Personalized consultation with our Psychologist
  • - 6 Month follow up care program with our Bariatric Nutritionist
  • - 1 personalized consultation with our Sports Doctor
  • - Post Medication Package to take home

Roux-en-y gastric Bypass Plus

$ 5950 / USD all inclusive
  • - Local and round trip to JL Prado Surgical Center from the San Diego International Airport
  • - 1 night at the Hotel provided by ASM
  • - Pre-op evaluations (Blood work, EKG test with Cardiologist, Spirometry, Endoscopy)
  • - Anesthesiologist
  • - Doctor’s fees
  • - 1 Night at JL Prado Surgical Center
  • - 2 leak tests
  • - 2 Nights at Recovery House
  • - 1 Personalized consultation with our Psychologist
  • - 6 Month follow up care program with our Bariatric Nutritionist
  • - 1 personalized consultation with our Sports Doctor
  • - Post Medication Package to take home
  • *in-house assurance, if a complication occurs, it covers up to $15k in our facility, under our care.

TESTIMONIALS:

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FREQUENT QUESTIONS

The surgery is performed through six, small, half-inch incisions (laparoscopic surgery). Laparoscopic surgical instruments, including a small camera, are placed through tubes inside these incisions, called ports. In rare occasions, an “open” gastric bypass or laparatomy may be necessary.

It refers to the ‘Y’ shape of the small bowel connection.  During the operation, the small bowel is cut and then reconnected at one end to the newly created pouch (the new stomach) where it will now receive food that has been chewed and swallowed.  None of the bowel is removed during the surgery.  The new connection between the stomach pouch and the small bowel is called an anastomosis. This narrow opening helps restrict the passage of food moving from the pouch into this piece of small bowel, called the Roux limb (after a French surgeon, Roux).  The Roux limb is the right arm of the “Y.”  The left arm of the “Y” is the part of the bowel still connected to the excluded stomach. It carries the acids produced in the remnant stomach, the digestive juices produced by the liver and pancreas, including insulin, and some juices produced by the small bowel itself.  The two arms of the “Y” are connected again.

Most patients stay two after laparoscopic gastric bypass and up to four days after open gastric bypass.

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