Bariatric surgery refers to a variety of surgical procedures used to treat obesity with the goal of a reduction in body weight, and used as an alternative to treatment with other non-surgical methods. The most commonly used of these is the gastric bypass.
The principal objective of bariatric surgery is to decrease energy intake, which has the consequences of reducing the formation of body fat, and stimulates the consumption of that which is already formed. This works under two principles; the restriction or reduction of appetite and total food intake, and modfiying absorption.
• Prepared over 40 days prior to the intervention from the biochemical point of view, food and patterned with autologous transfusion if indicated. • A team of three or more plastic surgeons, assistants with three specialized instrumentalists • A global results
A team of three plastic surgeons, assistants, and three instrumentalists make up the surgical team performing the operation in chains and staggered phases. Programming in regard to surgical timmings, combined with the different anatomical areas being intervened, allow process optimization.