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What are the Risks of Rny Gastric Bypass?

RNY gastric bypass surgery, also known as gastric bypass, is a metabolic and obesity surgery in which a small part of the stomach is formed in the form of a small pouch and this newly created pouch is connected directly to the small intestine.

Gastric bypass surgery causes weight loss by reducing the intestinal absorption of nutrients in this case, the food always goes a different way, not the way they go, bypassing part of the stomach and the front of the small intestine. Iron, folate, and other vitamins, especially B12, can also cause lifelong deficiencies if the diet recommended by the doctor is not followed after surgery. Fatty foods may not be tolerated in the patient’s body. In addition, excessive weight gain can be observed in older years when the eating pattern is not paid attention to.

Rny gastric bypass surgery also has a risk of death of 0.5% and below, which is present in each operation. According to the experience of surgeons and anesthesiologists, this risk is reduced.

Because bowel surgery is not available in other stomach reduction surgeries, there is a greater risk of complications in rny gastric bypass surgery.

After the operation, it is necessary to use vitamin and mineral supplements for a certain period of time. When weight gain is observed again in the periods after the operation and a second operation needs to be performed, the options are limited.
In general, the risks and complications of rny gastric bypass surgery are divided into early stage and late stage.

At an early stage, there is a possibility of lung closure, hernia at the incision site, infection at the wound site, formation of clots in the vein, bleeding and leakage risks.
In the late period, there may be a possibility of removal of the gallbladder due to the formation of stones in the gallbladder. Again, a hernia at the incision site may appear during this risk period. In addition dec these, intestinal obstruction and gastrointestinal ulcer are among the late stage risks.

There is no specific clinical data that these conditions can occur with certainty. The occurrence of one, some or all of these risks varies depending on the patient’s general health status. The knowledge of anesthesiologists and surgeons, conditions such as dec the clinic is sterile are also among the causes of risks and complications that may occur in the patient. However, very large risks and complications have not yet been encountered in these slimming operations.