Type 2 Diabetes / What is Transit Bipartition?

Type 2 Diabetes / What is Transit Bipartition?

Transit bipartition can be defined as partial removal of stomach (40-50%) with laparoscopic technique followed by connection of stomach to the small intestine in the form of a second outlet tract. Thus, foods are transferred through native route and the new route. It is an efficient surgery that does not only facilitate weight loss, but it also ensures regulation of blood glucose.

 

Pre- and Post-Operative Process

Following laboratory and radiology testing as well as endoscopic examination, a detailed evaluation will be made by physicians of relevant departments. After functional capacity of pancreas and insulin reserve are determined, appropriate surgical procedure will be decided. You will be hospitalized on the day of surgery. Total hospital stay is 4 days. Your surgeon and dietitian will inform you about necessary details at discharge phase and you will be supported and followed up even after you are discharged.

 

Cost of Obesity and Metabolic Surgery Procedures

Please contact us to be informed about prices of obesity surgery and metabolic surgery.

Last update: 17 Jan 2024


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