Biliopancreatic Diversion with Duedonal Switch (BPD / DS)
The surgery consists of two stages. Most of the stomach is removed and the tube stomach is brought. In the second stage, it is bypassed (combined) with the small intestine segment.
Just below the pylorus, which is the exit door of the stomach, the duodenum (duodenum) is separated and the lower part of the small intestine is connected to the exit door of the stomach. Thus, food passes directly to the lower part of the small intestine by bypassing a long part of the small intestines after the newly formed tube passes the stomach. About three quarters of the small intestines are bypassed. Pancreatic enzymes and bile acids, which are necessary for digestion, encounter food in the last part of the small intestine and digestion takes place. Since a very long part of the small intestines is bypassed with this surgery, the absorption of nutrients and calorie intake is significantly reduced. In this surgery, as in gastric tube and gastric bypass, intestinal hormones are affected, suppressing appetite and providing a good blood sugar control. It is one of the most effective surgical methods in the treatment of diabetes.
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Professional Consultancy in Biliopancreatic Diversion (BPD / DS) with Duedonal Switch within the Framework of Your Special Treatment Concept;
Before Biliopancreatic Diversion (BPD / DS) with Duedonal Switch is performed, specialist physicians provide consultancy with all medical technology facilities for you. Your medical history is recorded, taken into account and examined. The anesthesia team provides you with information about the procedure. You will be informed about risks, complications, alternatives to the operation and costs by the professional team. As the “BM Health Turkey” family, we are here to be with you at every stage before and after the procedure.