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In SADI-S operation, in addition to sleeve gastrectomy, single anastomosis and duodeno-ileal bypass procedures are performed together. This procedure can be applied to people who have a mass index of 40 or 35+ and have other diseases. SADI-S is one of the most effective surgical methods used in the treatment of obesity. It is an effective operation in the treatment of obesity-related diseases such as diabetes and hypertension.

How is SADI-S surgery performed?

A sleeve gastrectomy surgery is performed in the first stage of the SADI-S operation. The volume of the stomach, which is formed into a tube-shape, is left wider than in classical sleeve gastrectomy surgery. In the second stage, the last 250 centimeters of the small intestine are connected to the exit of the stomach. After some of the nutrients are absorbed in 250 cm of small intestine, they are transmitted to the large intestine, which has no absorptive function. Thus, the absorption of a certain part of the food is prevented and the calorie and fat intake is reduced.

Notes From Your Doctor

Frequently Asked Questions

After the operation, patients can switch to solid nutrition usually at the end of 1 month. It is important that foods are boiled, fat-free and chewed well. At the end of the 3rd month, low-fat solid foods can be consumed.

You need to take vitamin and mineral supplements after surgery. Your doctor will determine your vitamin medications during the regular checks.

It has been proven that patients with Type 2 diabetes improve their diabetes with the weight loss process after SADI-S surgery.

Two weeks after the operation, it is possible to return to desk jobs that do not require physical strength.

There are no risk factors specific to the surgery. However, as with any surgery, there is a very low risk of infection. This risk can be reduced by the precautions taken during and after the surgery.

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