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Increasingly, obesity is being recognized as a disease, increasing the risk of serious health conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, joint pain, back pain, strokes, fatty liver, cirrhosis, and more.

Wyoming Medical Center now offers a gastric balloon, a non-surgical procedure that can help patients lose weight by teaching them long-term lifestyle changes. For the first time in Wyoming, gastric balloons are now being offered as part of our comprehensive bariatric program.

“It’s important to remember that this is not a cosmetic procedure. It contributes to your future health, ”says Dr. Jul Ulien Fahed. “The goal is to promote weight loss, to gain health benefits 5-10 years after the trip. “If you are a person with diabetes or pre-hypertension, such tools can help you delay, perhaps prevent, the development of these diseases.”

Dr. Fahed is a board-certified gastroenterologist specializing in bariatric advanced endoscopic procedures. He has worked for over a year at WMC to expand his bariatric program by offering new non-surgical weight loss procedures, including gastric ballooning, endoscopic gastroplasty, and more. Ours is the only accredited bariatric center in the state.

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Below, Dr. Fahed answers the usual questions about the bladder.

What is a bladder?

A gastric balloon is a non-surgical weight loss procedure in which the Orbera balloon is inserted endoscopically into a patient’s stomach. The bladder is then filled with saline to help patients feel full while eating. The balloon stays in the stomach for six months, after which it is removed.

WHO IS A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR WHAT PROCESS?

Gastric or peptic ulcer: It is usually recommended for patients with a BMI of more than 30, but sometimes it may be recommended for patients with a BMI of more than 25 on a case-by-case basis. The amount of weight you maintain will depend on how well you follow your diet and make long-term lifestyle changes.

On average, patients lost 3 times more weight than those on a diet-exercise program alone. In a clinical trial in the United States, patients lost an average of 21.8 pounds. In practice, we tend to see patients lose more than that.

What are the health benefits?

Gastric or peptic ulcer: It is used to treat, treat or even prevent the negative effects of being overweight. These include:

  • High blood pressure
  • Heart disease
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • High cholesterol
  • Obstructive sleep apnea
  • Gastroesophageal reflux disease

HOW THE PROCESS IS DONE.

Gastric or peptic ulcer: It is a non-surgical, outpatient procedure offered only at Wyoming Medical Center. The whole procedure takes about 30 minutes, և patients can go home about 2 hours after the procedure. There will be no cuts. Patients will receive medication to control the symptoms of nausea if needed, և they can expect to return to work in just a few days.

HOW DOES THE GRANOTE CELEBRATE IGH?

The bladder takes up space in the stomach, making the patient feel fuller, reducing the amount of food eaten, and slowing down digestion. While the balloon is in the stomach, patients learn to control the parts և the food their body needs for fuel.

Patients receive intensive diet support, both in the stomach and after six months. Like other weight loss procedures, surgeries և programs, patients must adhere to a healthy lifestyle to achieve long-term success.

The amount of weight a patient loses depends on long-term changes in his or her diet and exercise habits. However, a loss of 7 to 15 percent of body weight is typical within 6 months of inflating the balloon.

GOD IS A GASTRIC PO ALL ALL.

The gastric bladder is approved by the US Food and Drug Administration. Some patients experience nausea or abdominal pain during the first week, but this can be managed with medication and usually goes away.

The process is completely reversible at any time, չ there are no changes in the patient’s anatomy.

WHAT IS THE AGREED STEP TO BE ESTABLISHED ABOUT CREATING THE WORLD’S WORLD POINT AT ALL B CENTER?

To learn more about this procedure, call Dr. Fahed’s office: 307-233-2700: for consultation. During the visit you will find out if the Stomach Bubble is the right procedure for you or if there are other better options that are more suitable for your situation. No need for referrals.


WALKING PROCEDURES IN WMC

Wyoming Medical Center is accredited as a comprehensive pediatric center under the Metabolic-Bariatric Surgery Accreditation Quality Improvement Program (MBSAQIP®), a joint program of the American College of Surgeons (ACS) and the American Society for Metabolic Surgery (AS). ):

To learn more about the placement of gastric bubbles, call Dr. Fahed’s office: 307-233-2700: for consultation.

Learn more about weight loss procedures և surgeries WyomingMedicalCenter.org/weightloss:.


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