What Is a Gastric Bypass
Gastric Bypass surgery is a surgical procedure, performed under general anesthesia, and takes between (2-4) hours. Whereby the size of the patient’s stomach is reduced, it works on attaching the upper part of the stomach and immediately diverting it to the small intestine, so the food will go only to the upper section of the stomach. Thus, when the patient eats a little amount of food, he will immediately feel full as if his stomach was filled with plenty of food.
Today, with obtaining Gastric Bypass surgery, we can lose high rates of the excess weight that can reach up to 80% of our natural weight, and thus help us avoid having many diseases that may jeopardize our health and lives.