Packing List For Hospital
The list of suggested things to bring during your recovery in the hospital after surgery can be as large or small according to what you want to carry. We suggest you carry with the essential, especially if you are traveling from afar. The overall patient experience is that they pack a lot more things than what they actually need for a short stay of 3 or 4 nights in the hospital.

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Gastric By-pass
In gastric bypass surgery, a large part of the stomach is bypassed and a small voluminous (approximately 30-50 cc) gastric section is prepared and stitched in the small intestines.In this operation, gastric bypass aimed to reduce the volume of the stomach as well as to disable some of the intestines and throw some of the consumed food unabsorbed as it is in other obesity surgery operations.

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HAIR LOSS AFTER BARIATRIC SURGERY
Hair loss after bariatric surgery is very common and very stressful. In general hair loss is start suddenly and rarely lasts longer than 6 months .

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SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY
1. What kind of operation is laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy surgery? Sleeve gastrectomy is also called “longitudinal gastrectomy” or “tube stomach” at the same time.By cutting out the large side of the stomach a volume of 80-85% reduced stomach tube is created. Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy surgery, There are 2 mechanisms to lose weight:Mechanical restriction with reduction of gastric volume and weight loss due to reduction of stomach movements, ...

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GASTRIC BYPASS
In gastric bypass surgery, a large part of the stomach is bypassed and a small voluminous (approximately 30-50 cc) gastric section is prepared and stitched in the small intestines.In this operation, gastric bypass aimed to reduce the volume of the stomach as well as to disable some of the intestines and throw some of the consumed food unabsorbed as it is in other obesity surgery operations.Thus, patients are fed with less food, and a portion of the food they consume is absorbed.

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How Obesity Affects You and People around You
As frightening and malignant as obesity seems, is a reversible. Obesity can be defined as a condition where patients put on an excessive amount of fat. In such a condition, moving around is difficult, and patients might need help with daily personal activities. This goes to show that not just the patient, but patient’s loved ones too, are easily affected by obesity. An obesity patient’s physical movements are restricted, and the patient faces muscular stiffness, as well as increasing joint immobility. In an obese state, the patient also becomes a candidate for heart disease and will likely have high blood pressure, experience breathing difficulties, blood-sugar issues, etc.

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8 Reasons Why Turkey is the Best Destination for Medical Tourism
For desades, Turkey has always been a well-known tourist destination in the world especially for its historical places,amazing cuisine,wonderful beaches,its art and craft and the most modern resorts. Every year,nearly thirty million tourists visit the country to explore its natural and architectural beatuty. And medical tourism in Turkey has also become one of the most popular choice for patients who seek medical treatment abroad.

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Gastric Balloon

Gastric Balloon is placed into the stomach in a simple, non-surgical outpatient procedure. First, a diagnostic endoscopy is done to ensure that there are no contraindications and that it is safe to perform the procedure. Once you are mildly sedated and comfortable, the procedure can begin.
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