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Video Fear of Gastric Cancer after Mini-Gastric Bypass
Video Fear of Gastric Cancer after Mini-Gastric Bypass Surgeons who report Fear of Gastric Cancer after MGB Show evidence of limited knowledge of Gastric Cancer, General Surgery and Bariatric Surgery Test Performance & Patient Outcomes If, as other studies have shown There is an association between test performance and patient outcomes This study raises concerns about the knowledge levels and potentially patient outcomes in surgeons who have Fear of Gastric Cancer
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I Had Cancer - Lost 90% of my stomach, GIST Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor
I was diagnosed with a GIST -Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumour, in November 2011 and had it removed in December. In the process I had to have 90% of my stomach removed as the Tumour was attached to my stomach wall. I never ever tout I would be saying that I had Gastric Bypass surgery, but then again, I never thought I would be diagnosed with cancer either. For more info on GIST visit http://www.gistsupport.org.
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Surviving Stomach Cancer
First discovered just a decade ago in a tribe native to New Zealand, this rare form of cancer has the potential to wipe out an entire family if caught too late. Now, cases of Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer Syndrome (HDGC) are being discovered all over the world including here in the United States. CBS News medical correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton has the story of an entire family who underwent major surgery to prevent the disease and protect future generations.
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Stomach cancer gastro bypass surgery
Cancer in the stomach
Video Mini-Gastric Bypass Confusion Stomach Cancer
Video Dr Rutledge explains the confusion about the Billroth II used in the Mini-Gastric Bypass and the Confusion over the risk of Stomach Cancer https://www.facebook.com/DrRutledge Email: DrR@clos.net
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Signet Ring Gastric Cancer of Remnant Stomach Following Gastric Bypass
This video shows diffuse signet ring gastric cancer in the remnant stomach of a patient who had had a roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB) many years previously and presented with a gastric outlet obstruction. This endoscopy was conducted via a gastrostomy tube in the remnant stomach using a slim (4.5mm) endoscope.
Irrational Fear of Gastric Cancer:Mini-Gastric Bypass
Description: Irrational Fear of Gastric Cancer:CHOOSING THE BEST WEIGHT LOSS SURGERY Mini-Gastric Bypass. R Rutledge MD, www.CLOS.net Email: DrR@clos.net
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Roux en Y anatomy after gastric resection
Lars Aabakken demonstrates the altered anatomy after roux en y operation.
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Laparoscopic gastrectomy for gastric cancer: The anastomosis
Presented by Suzanne Gisbertz at the The Devil is in the Details Session: Technical Tips from the Masters - Laparoscopic Gastrectomy for Malignancy held during the 2017 SAGES Annual Meeting in Houston, TX on Thursday, March 23, 2017
Living Without your Stomach
It sounds impossible but health experts say it’s possible to live without your stomach. Dr. Mark Bloomston, a surgical oncologist on staff at Lee Memorial Health System, says patients who have their stomach removed can live a normal life. “It’s probably actually one of the more common procedures we do for stomach cancer.” It’s called a gastrostomy. The surgical procedure removes the patient’s entire stomach. Dr. Bloomston says while it’s unclear what causes stomach cancer there are about 26,000 cases diagnosed every year. “It’s a cancer that forms from the glands that line the inner lining of the stomach.” To ensure they remove all the cancer, surgeons remove the stomach and replace it with the intestine. “So the intestine if you think of it as a long tube. We divide part of that tube and bring the segment up to the esophagus, where the swallowing tube enters into the stomach,” said Dr. Bloomston. The intestine now acts as the new stomach. After surgery, patients start off with a soft diet mostly liquids before slowly transitioning to larger quantities. “Over time it will adapt, it will stretch a little bit so that you can eat more quantities at one time. It will deliver the food to the rest of the intestines for normal digestion,” said Dr. Bloomston. While the procedure is a dramatic operation, it’s a safe operation where patients typically do very well afterward. “It’s one of the operations where patients will get completely back to normal,” said Dr. Bloomston. A year after surgery patient’s bodies adapt to the new stomach and they are able to eat normally with few limitations. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org
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Laparoscopic Subtotal Gastrectomy for locally advanced T4 N3 gastric cancer after neoadj CT #1
Entirely laparoscopic radical subtotal gastrectomy for locally advanced gastric carcinoma underwent neoadjuvant chemotherapy. Final path poorly differentiated adenocarcinoma intestinal type (Lauren) T4 N3 M0 with clear surgical margins, 29 lymph nodes retrieved. Additionally performed a small wedge liver resection (Intraoperative frozen section negative) and a laparoscopic reconstruction with intracorporeal transmesocolic Roux en Y gastrojejunostomy. Video #1 UNEDITED (Full procedure) Patient discharged home on 6th POD. Minimally invasive surgery allowed to restored early adjuvant chemo Operating Surgeon Dr Salomone Di Saverio MD FACS FRCS Consultant Surgeon – Surgery Unit B, Maggiore Hospital, AUSL Bologna
Laparoscopic Gastrectomy for Gastric Cancer
This video presents a laparoscopic partial gastrectomy with D2 lymphadenectomy in a 66-year-old man presenting with a T4a G2 adenocarcinoma of the lesser curvature of the stomach. Due to the location of the tumor, lymphadenectomy of stations 10 and 11d are not performed.
D2 Gastrectomy  for locally advanced gastric cancer
Radical Spleen Preserving Gastrectomy with D2 lymphadenectomy in FullHD and better quality - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8R2fY57VRLE Surgery remains a mainstay in treatment for stomach malignancies. The key principle of oncological surgery is resection within healthy tissue with visualization of all vessels and adequate lymphnode dissection. This video shows surgical technology of performing radical surgery for gastric cancer. In this case the tumoric invasion of gastric cancer to the pancreas, diaphragm and suprarenal gland was detected. All steps of en-bloc radical gastrectomy with D2 lymphadenectomy with multiorgan resection are described.
Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass Surgery
Visit us at http://www.surgerysquad.com/ A gastric bypass is a surgical procedure designed to support an obese patient with weight control. This surgery involves creating a small stomach pouch from the existing stomach and attaching it to the small intestine. During this interactive laparoscopic gastric bypass surgery, you will oversee every aspect of the procedure. When you are finished you will learn important information regarding gastric bypass recovery and gastric bypass diets. Whenever you are ready, scrub in, put on your gloves, and grab your endoscopic camera so we can get started!
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Stomach Cancer
Etiology Helicobacter pylori infection is the cause of most stomach cancer. Autoimmune atrophic gastritis and various genetic factors: Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors are also risk factors. Dietary factors are not proven causes. Gastric polyps can be precursors of cancer. Inflammatory polyps may develop in patients taking NSAIDs, and fundic foveolar polyps are common among patients taking proton pump inhibitors. Adenomatous polyps, particularly multiple ones, although rare, are the most likely to develop cancer. Cancer is particularly likely if an adenomatous polyp is 2 cm in diameter or has a villous histology. Because malignant transformation cannot be detected by inspection, all polyps seen at endoscopy should be removed. The incidence of stomach cancer is generally decreased in patients with duodenal ulcer. Pathophysiology Gastric adenocarcinomas can be classified by gross appearance: Protruding: The tumor is polypoid or fungating. Penetrating: The tumor is ulcerated. Superficial spreading: The tumor spreads along the mucosa or infiltrates superficially within the wall of the stomach. Linitis plastica: The tumor infiltrates the stomach wall with an associated fibrous reaction that causes a rigid leather bottle stomach. Miscellaneous: The tumor shows characteristics of 2 of the other types; this classification is the largest. Prognosis is better with protruding tumors than with spreading tumors because protruding tumors become symptomatic earlier.
Tumor at esophagus stomach junction
Robotic surgery is best for tumors and cancers at esophagus and stomach junction. Gastrointestinal cancer surgeon Dr Arun Prasad at Apollo Hospital, New Delhi explains steps of the procedure for top results.
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Salvage Laparoscopic Total Gastrectomy for Gastric Remnant Cancer
Salvage Laparoscopic Total Gastrectomy for Gastric Remnant Cancer Ashamalla SM and Stotland PK. Reported rates of gastric remnant cancer range from 1 to 8% in patients who have had prior gastric resection. Patients with a Billroth II anastomosis are at increased risk of developing remnant carcinoma due to chronic irritation from biliary, pancreatic, and duodenal reflux into the gastric remnant. There are limited reports in the literature describing the surgical treatment for this condition but none address a laparoscopic approach. We describe a salvage laparoscopic total gastrectomy with intracorporeal roux-en-y esophago-jejunal anastomosis for a bleeding gastric remnant adenocarcinoma 60 years after initial surgery for PUD. This video demonstrates the steps in performing a salvage total gastrectomy after previous distal gastrectomy. Key steps of the procedure, including: small bowel mesentery lymphadenectomy and complete intracorporeal circular end-to-side anastomosis are shown.
Views: 100 Peter Stotland
Video Mini-Gastric Bypass Billroth II and Gastric Cancer
Video Mini-Gastric Bypass Billroth II and Gastric Cancer
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Gastric Cancer Surgery Grand Rounds
Gastric Cancer Surgery Grand Rounds
Laparoscopic treatment of gastric cancer
This talk was presented at the 2018 SAGES Meeting/16th World Congress of Endoscopic Surgery by Shuji Takiguchi during the IFSES Member Societies Update Symposium: Presentation of Each Society's Expertise - A World Congress extravaganza! on April 11 2018
Roux en-Y Gastric Bypass, with Introduction on Body Mass Index, Animation.
This video and other digestive system related animations and images are available for instant download licensing here: https://www.alilamedicalmedia.com/-/galleries/images-videos-by-medical-specialties/gastroenterology-digestive-diseases ©Alila Medical Media. All rights reserved. Support us on Patreon and get FREE downloads and other great rewards: patreon.com/AlilaMedicalMedia All images/videos by Alila Medical Media are for information purposes ONLY and are NOT intended to replace professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Bariatric surgery, or weight loss surgery, refers to a variety of surgical procedures for treatment of morbid obesity. Obesity is determined by Body Mass Index or BMI, which is calculated as the ratio of body weight over square of body height. The higher the BMI the higher the extent of obesity. A normal BMI is between 20 and 25. An individual is considered morbidly obese if he or she has a body mass index of 40 or more, or of 35 or more if he or she also has obesity-related health problems such as diabetes, sleep apnea or hypertension. Weight loss is achieved by reducing the size of the stomach. Smaller stomach makes the patient feel full faster and therefore makes it easier to reduce the amount of food intake. Roux en-Y Gastric bypass, advantages and disadvantages. This is the most commonly performed bariatric surgical procedure and is considered the gold standard for weight loss treatment. This procedure involves two steps: - Step 1: the stomach is divided into two parts : one small pouch at the top of the stomach where it is connected to the esophagus , and the rest of the stomach which will be bypassed. The two parts are separated and stapled. - Step 2: Rerouting of the intestine: the intestine is cut at about 45cm or 18in down from the end of the stomach. The first part of the intestine - the duodenum - will be bypassed. The top end of the second part - the jejunum - is pulled up and connected to the gastric pouch created in step 1. The lower end of the duodenum is reconnected to the jejunum at a lower point. The new configuration has a shape of an Y, hence the name of the procedure. How weight loss is achieved? Firstly, the volume of the stomach is now greatly reduced to a small pouch, usually less than 10% of the original volume, which is filled up fast after a small amount of food intake. This sends a signal to the brain that the stomach is full and generates a feeling of fullness or satiety. This helps to reduce the amount of food intake. Secondly, as the first part of the intestine - the duodenum - is bypassed, the amount of nutrition absorbed by the body is greatly reduced. In normal digestion, this is where most of the nutrition is absorbed. Malabsorption contributes to weight loss effect.
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Laparoscopic Total Gastrectomy | Gastric Cancer Surgery
www.medfreelancers.com Laparoscopic Total Gastrectomy | Gastric Cancer Surgery A 56 year old male patient gastric cancer. The tumor spreads on corpus and fundus of ventriculum. Also the infiltration of cardia was observed. Please Subscribe, Like or share this Surgical Video. Thank you. Services available in Delhi and NCR Share, Support, Subscribe!!! Subscribe: https://goo.gl/MfIUV5 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/medfreelancers Twitter: https://twitter.com/Surgical_Videos Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SurgeryVideo Mobile & WhatsApp No:- +91 9910580561 E-mail :- medfreelancers@gmail.com About : MedFreelancers is a YouTube Channel, where you will find Surgical and Medical Videos with Medical Information in Hindi. You Can contact us for any help regarding medical :) -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Endoscopic Septoplasty for Correction of Deformity of Septum | ENT Surgery " https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hwi9LcD1HcY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Stomach removal after gastric sleeve
Vadim Gritsus, M.D. Removal of the stomach after gastric sleeve.
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The Gastric Bypass Option - Stomach Removal Surgery
Gastric Bypass is a surgical procedure used to help a patient lose weight. It is usually recommended to help those who are morbidly obese - meaning that their weight problem has become a serious health risk. The amount of food that a person eats is partly controlled by appetite.The stomach plays an important role in controlling appetite. When the stomach is empty, a person feels the urge to eat. When the stomach is full, that urge goes away. Gastric bypass dramatically reduces the size of the stomach. With a smaller stomach, the patient is physically unable to eat large amounts of food. Gastric Bypass also shortens the small intestine so that the body absorbs less of the food eaten. diet weight loss
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How to avoid dumping syndrome: Living with oesophagus / stomach cancer
After stomach cancer surgery, or gastrectomy, dumping syndrome can sometimes be an issue. Find out about the signs and symptoms, how to manage them and how to enjoy eating again. When it comes to gastric, gastroesophageal or stomach cancer, it’s important to consider diet and nutrition to help manage symptoms. We do not discuss products in this forum; for more information visit our social media terms of use page.
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Gastric Cancer Surgery
Combined Complete Total Gastrectomy with Left Hemipancreatectomy, Splenectomy, Resection of Mesocolon, D3-Lymphadenectomy for Local Advanced Gastric Cancer with Stage IV (T4N2M0)
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Rick Ross Loses 100 Pounds After Being Diagnosed With Stomach Cancer!
DJ Akademiks speaks on Rick Ross Losing 100 Pounds after being diagnosed with Stomach Cancer earlier this year! Like my Page http://www.facebook.com/iamakademiks Check out DJ Akademiks Backup Youtube: http://bit.ly/1ooE8w2 Follow me Elsewhere. Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/iamakademiks Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/iamakademiks Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/iamakademiks Subscribe to my Other Youtube Pages too. DJ Akademiks Main Page - http://bit.ly/JoinAkademiksArmy DJAkademiksTV - http://www.youtube.com/djakademikstv DJ Akademiks: War in Chiraq - http://www.youtube.com/chiraqwar
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Fear & Confusion about the Risk of Cancer after Bariatric Surgery
Fear & Confusion about the Risk of Cancer after Bariatric Surgery Sleeve & Band vs Risk of Gastric Cancer after Mini-Gastric Bypass Dr Rutledge
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What Is Gastric Bypass?
Dr. Berg's New Body Type Guide: https://shop.drberg.com/drbergs-new-body-type-guide Take Dr. Berg's Free Keto Mini-Course: http://pxlme.me/-i717vtY or go here: https://www.drberg.com/how-to-do-ketosis Download Keto Essentials https://m.me/drericberg?ref=w2128577 In this video, Dr. Berg talks about what is Gastric Bypass. The most common type of Gastric Bypass is Roux-En-Y Gastric Bypass, it is when they take the stomach into two sections and reroute the small intestine. The purpose of the stomach is to help you digest protein, kill pathogens and absorb mineral. He also talks about the effects and problems if you undergo to this Gastric Bypass surgery. Purpose of the Stomach: • Helps Digest Proteins • Kills Pathogens • Help Absorb Mineral Effects of Gastric Bypass: • Problems with Digesting Proteins • Difficulty releasing the powerful protein enzymes • Not going to have the capacity to kill off pathogens – unwise to consume sushi, raw fish, and raw meats because if there are any parasites or microbes, the stomach won’t kill it off. Side Effects: • Nutritional Deficiencies (Fat Soluble Vitamins - Vitamin A, D, E) – it takes a really strong acidic stomach to trigger or release the bile in the gallbladder. This Fat Soluble Vitamins are important for Vision, Bone, and Immune System • Malabsorption – Not going to be able to absorb the nutrients from the food that you are eating to the extent that you did before. • Increase Risk of Leakage • Scar Tissue – Serrapeptase is a great remedy and a powerful enzyme to help you break down scar tissue and unwanted proteins in your body. *Serrapeptase: http://www.serrapeptase.org/serrapeptase-research/what-is-serrapeptase/ • Mortality – .5%Risk of dying • Dumping Syndrome – Having Diarrhea all the time that has to do with too much bile. Things to Add If You Have Already Undergo with Gastric Bypass: • Apple Cider Vinegar or Betaine Hydrochloride – To increase acidity to actually digest more protein. • Eat really clean and make sure to cook your food very well. • Enhance the diet with minerals and trace minerals • Take Fat Soluble Vitamins • Bile Salts – If you feel constipated but not if you have diarrhea. It is recommended to do Healthy Ketogenic Diet and Intermittent Fasting before you attempt this. Hey guys! Recently I had a question about gastric bypass someone is wondering if they should do it and I just wanted to explain what is the common gastric bypass is and some of the complications because some of the benefits that people hear about gastric bypass is that your diabetes clears up, you loose weight, etc. but the question is why can't you do this without having to do with surgery. That is the big question. I think you can but for those people that already have those surgery we are gonna come up to the solutions to maybe some complications. But at least I wanna explain, what it is. So the most common type of gastric bypass is something called Roux-En-Y Gastric Bypass. Where basically they are gonna take the stomach, put it in two sections and they are gonna reroute the plumbing or the small intestine. So here is the stomach right here and here is the small intestine and we have a lot of small intestine. Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, 52 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods, and to date he has trained over 2,500 healthcare professionals. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. DR. BERG'S SHOP: http://shop.drberg.com/ Follow us on FACEBOOK: fb.me/DrEricBerg Send a Message to Dr. Berg and his team: m.me/DrEricBerg ABOUT DR. BERG: https://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/bio Disclaimer: Dr. Berg does not diagnose, treat or prevent any medical conditions; instead he helps people create their health to avoid health problems. He also works with their physicians, who then monitor their medications. Dr. Berg is not involved in advising alteration in medications. This video is not designed to and does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, treatment or services to you or to any other individual. Through my videos, blog posts, website information, I give suggestions for you and your doctor to research and provide general information for educational purposes only. The Health & Wellness, Dr. Berg Nutritionals and Dr. Eric Berg, D.C. are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site.
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How does the Gastric Bypass Work?
Video Transcript "How does the Gastric Bypass Work?": To gain access to the abdominal cavity, small incisions are created on the abdomen. Trocars which serve as passage ways for the surgical instruments are placed into the incisions. The surgeon examines the abdominal cavity using a laparoscope or video camera. A small stomach pouch is created using a stapling device. This smaller stomach pouch restricts the amount of food that can be eaten before feeling full. The small intestine is separated into two sections. The lower portion of the small intestine is attached to the newly created stomach pouch. This allows food to pass directly into the small intestine where digestion continues. Bypassing a portion of the small intestine decreases the absorption of calories and nutrients. The upper portion of the small intestine is reconnected to the lower portion of the intestine. The bile and pancreatic fluids from the liver and the pancreas allow food to be completely digested. All types of Gastric Bypasses involve the creation of a small stomach pouch to restrict food intake, the stomach and the small intestine are then bypassed which reduces the absorption of calories and nutrients from food. The stomach is reduced by 75% to create a feeling of fullness on much smaller food portions. If patient over eat, they will experience feelings of discomfort which may lead to vomiting. With time, patients learn to cope with their new anatomy by changing their eating habits. The Main Benefits of the Gastric Bypass are: - Most patients with type 2 diabeties will be cured. - Patients will experience other improvements in other obese associated conditions such as sleep apnoea, asthma, joint pain, arthritis and fatigue. - Reduces the risk of heart disease and cancer. - 70-80% of patients suffering with hypertension will no longer need to take medication. - The life expectancy rate of gastric bypass patients has been shown to be increased by up to 40%. - Potential of loosing up to 80% of overall extra body weight. The gastric bypass has the potential of helping patients loose most of their extra body weight, but it should not be seen as a single tool in the fight against obesity. Prior to the Gastric Bypass weight loss surgery, patients will need to commit to a rigorous and lifelong plan in their diet and lifestyle to ensure they do not put the weight back or suffer potential complications. The Main Lifestyle Commitments of the Gastric Bypass are: - A Controlled Diet. - Regular Exercise. - Nutritional Supplements. For more information on the gastric bypass weight loss surgery: http://www.harleystreetbariatrics.com/gastric-bypass.php For more information on other weight loss procedures or treatments: http://www.harleystreetbariatrics.com/
Eating After Stomach Surgery - Bariatric Surgery Diet
Eating After Stomach Surgery - Bariatric Surgery Diet Bariatric surgery for weight loss can be a wonderful thing. But bariatric surgery will also bring some dramatic changes in your life--in both your diet and your attitude toward food. Since bariatric surgery physically alters your stomach, your body will have to make some adjustments. You'll also have to consider the possibility that if you don't eat properly after bariatric surgery, you risk doing something that won't work with the new structure of your stomach and intestines. Here are some tips for changing your diet and eating patterns to accommodate the changes. Take it slow. Meals should take 30 minutes to an hour. Chew your food deliberately and thoroughly. Doctors recommend at least 30 chews per bite with most foods. Get used to taking smaller bites than before. Cut your food into smaller pieces--small enough to fit on a baby spoon. This generally makes food easier to chew. Plan your diet: schedule your meals, and stick to the schedule. Set aside time for three meals a day, eating only solid, nutritious foods. Separate eating and drinking. Don't do both at the same time. Avoid liquids for approximately 30 minutes before or after each meal. However, make sure you keep yourself properly hydrated. Sip healthy liquids slowly between meals, all day long. Healthy, in this case, probably means water, low calorie beverages, or tea. Skim, low fat or soy milk is generally okay. Avoid "eating on the run." When you eat, sit down to a meal. Don't eat while driving or doing any activity that distracts you from the most important business at hand--digesting your food properly. Similarly, avoid snacks. Snacks could make you sick if you're not careful, and they could certainly cause you to gain weight. When you begin to feel full, stop eating. If you hear your parents' voices in your head saying "Clean your plate," ignore them. If you eat more than your stomach can handle, you'll get sick. Mom and dad wouldn't want that. How to tell when you've eaten enough Your body will tell you if you've eaten more than your stomach is ready to handle.You may begin to feel some nausea. You may begin to feel a sensation of fullness or even pressure in the middle of your upper body, just below the rib cage. You may even begin to feel some pain in your upper chest or shoulders. One final note. It's important to educate people in your life about your new bariatric diet and eating habits. Some people don't feel comfortable admitting they've had bariatric surgery to help control their weight. That's a personal choice. The important thing is never to allow yourself to be rushed, or to let someone pressure you into eating or drinking something you shouldn't.
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Dumping syndrome: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment
Dumping syndrome: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment Dumping syndrome, also called rapid gastric emptying, occurs when food moves too quickly from the stomach into the first section of the small intestine, known as the duodenum. Symptoms of dumping syndrome include cramps, diarrhea, and nausea after eating, particularly after eating high-sugar foods. Dumping syndrome can be treated through dietary and lifestyle changes. More severe cases may require medication or surgery. Watch on to learn more about the symptoms and causes of dumping syndrome, and the available treatment options. Fast facts on dumping syndrome: The condition most commonly occurs in people who have undergone gastric surgery. Symptoms typically present within 30 minutes of eating. Treatment can largely be managed through lifestyle and dietary changes.
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Dr. Mariette on a Study of Postoperative Mortality After Esophageal and Gastric Cancer Surgery
Christophe Mariette, MD, PhD, surgical oncologist, professor of Surgery, University Hospital of Lille, discusses a study investigating postoperative mortality after patients undergo surgery for esophageal and gastric cancer.
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Subtotal Gastrectomy by Dr Majid Ahmed Talikoti | Cancer Surgery
https://www.youtube.com/user/medfreelancers Dr Majid Ahmed Talikoti Sr. Consultant - Surgical Oncology Surgery applies to any stage of the stomach cancer. When surgeon removes a part of the stomach, some lymph nodes, it is named subtotal gastrectomy (gaster=stomach, ectomy=resection or removal). Surgeon may also remove spleen as an organ that also has some immunological function as the lymph nodes. Spleen as well as lymph nodes may contain metastases. Connection of the rest of the digestive tract may be done by Billroth I, Billroth II, Roux -en- Y and some other surgical methods. When disease spreads wider, by removing the stomach as a whole, surgeon performs total gastrectomy. Lymph nodes, lower esophagus, part of small intestine (usually duodenum) and spleen may also go. If the tumor can not be removed entirely, but the patient still needs to get some food, some palliative procedures are used. Palliative means that they relieve the patient's condition, but do not cure the cancer itself. The procedures include sent placement and electrocautery. Stent usually looks like metal mesh tube that keeps the gut open. It prevents compression form the tumor and allows the food to go below the obstruction. Electrocautery is the procedure with heated instrument. It allows cutting the tumor or stopping bleeding. Laser can also be used for the same purpose. Radiation therapy uses gamma-rays or x-rays to kill cancer cells or sensitize them to other type of treatments. External radiation requires a machine to target the radiation toward the tumor. Internal radiation means the use of radioactive substance that is placed directly into the tumor or nearby. The doctor, who performs this type of procedures, is named radiation oncologist. Chemotherapy drugs kill the cancer cells or prevent dividing. Doctors perform chemotherapy by mouth by intravenous infusion, or by direct introduction into the spine, organs, abdominal cavity, etc. The procedures are usually done by oncologist. Chemoradiation combines chemotherapy and radiation. It is also named adjuvant therapy when is done together with surgery. Immunological therapy uses antibodies or immune cells instructed to kill the tumor. Treatment of stage 0 gastric cancer is usually surgical Treatment of stage I, II and III of gastric cancer is surgery, chemotherapy and radiation Stage IV Gastric Cancer is surgery, chemotherapy and radiation or palliative therapy and palliative surgery, depending on several factors, that are evaluated by doctors. Aleksandr Kavokin, MD, PhD. Medical Articles [http://www.kavokin.com], Free On-line diagnostics at [http://www.symptomat.com], http://www.rdoctor.com Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/expert/Aleksandr_Kavokin,_MD,_PhD/40600 Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/242619 Join the Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/medfreelancers/ Subscribe YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/medfreelancers Contact details Contact No:- +91 9910580561 E-mail :- medfreelancers@gmail.com Services available in Delhi and NCR
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What Is Dumping Syndrome? | Stomach Problems
Watch more How to Prevent Stomach Problems & Digestive Disorders videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/504359-What-Is-Dumping-Syndrome-Stomach-Problems If your doctor has told you that you have something called Dumping Syndrome, chances are you had some sort of gastric surgery, whether it's gastric bypass, or stomach surgery, or ulcers, or for cancer, or some sort of surgery that required part of the stomach being removed or the nerves to the stomach getting cut. What happens is that the dumping part of the syndrome is that your stomach empties its contents into the small bowel too quickly so it's not digested or processed before it's gone into the small bowel. What happens is that the small bowel is not really ready to receive this unprocessed food, so you may have some pain, some diarrhea, some flushing, you can have dizziness symptoms from it, and it's all because of this hormonal release of chemicals that helped digest the food that are just getting a little confused because it's getting the product, or getting the food, too quickly.
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Study proves efficacy of intraabdominal anastomosis in laparoscopic stomach cancer surgery
For patients with early-stage stomach cancer, minimally-invasive laparoscopic surgery has become a common treatment option. At AMC, surgical techniques are evolving to bypass the limitations of conventional laparoscopic stomach surgery. It was 2005 when the team of Dr. Byung-Sik Kim from AMC's Division of Stomach Surgery first began applying the technique of intra-abdominal anastomosis during laparoscopic stomach surgeries. Since then, the team has performed over two thousand procedures, while also achieving a remarkable success rate of over 95%. These achievements have solidified the status of AMC as global pioneer in intra-abdominal anastomosis. In conventional laparoscopic stomach cancer surgery, the stomach is removed from the abdomen for open anastomosis, which requires a small incision of about 5 or 6 centimeters. However, an advanced surgical procedure called intra-abdominal anastomosis allows the entire operation to be completed inside the body. Dr. Byung-Sik Kim / Division of Stomach Surgery [Intra-abdominal anastomosis] offers less scarring and pain for patients, as well as quicker recovery. The method has been proven safe. It can be considered a bit more conducive to recovery or post-operative quality of life. Since 2008, Dr. Kim's team has also been applying intra-abdominal anastomosis in cases of totally-laparoscopic total gastrectomies. This highly-advanced procedure has been performed with successful results on a record three hundred patients. The team's surgical outcomes have been published four times in SCI-indexed journals.
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Gastric WL surgery
Journey started July 28th 2011
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GIST tumour Stomach Laparoscopic Resection
Dr Ashish Bhanot, Senior Gastrolaparoscopic and Bariatric Surgeon with Fortis hospital, Delhi conducts Laparoscopic Gastrointestinal Surgery, GI Oncosurgery & Bariatric surgery. A pioneer of Bariatric surgery in central India he performs endoscopic Hernia surgery and other operations using laparoscopic technique. He routinely operates on Liver Gallbladder, Appendix, Pancreas, Stomach, Small and Large Intestine Hernias, Fissure, Fistula in ano, Piles & GI Cancers by Minimal Access Surgery, a relatively painless and safe techniques. For queries contact phone e-mail; drashishbhanot@gmail.com www.drashishbhanot.com
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Gastric botox!!!! Gastric surgery
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No potato!! Stomach pain Gastric bypass
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How to Treat Dumping Syndrome | Stomach Problems
Watch more How to Prevent Stomach Problems & Digestive Disorders videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/504360-How-to-Treat-Dumping-Syndrome-Stomach-Problems If you've had gastric surgery or part of your stomach removed and you're having the symptoms of dumping syndrome such as diarrhea, flushing, or dizziness it's important to change your diet in order to adapt to this dumping syndrome. Having smaller meals, low carbohydrate meals, not mixing liquids and solids with your meals so really just keeping them separate so that the stomach empties a little bit more consistently. Low fiber may actually help with managing those symptoms as well. Again, it's a little bit difficult to manage but by changing your diet a little bit it becomes a little bit more manageable. If you still have dumping syndrome and you've tried all the dietary changes and it's still not working, you're still getting very symptomatic, your doctor may prescribe medications to help slow down the emptying of your stomach and slow down the whole digestive track. By slowing down the digestive track it will help you cope with the symptoms.
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Laparoscopic Roux-en- Y Gastric Bypass surgery - Dr Atul Peters
Laparoscopic Roux-en-y gastric bypass: A person of Age 40 yrs Poorly controlled diabetes mellitus ( HBA1C of 8.9) Morbid obesity (BMI of 35.6 kg/m2) 9 months post surgery status: HBA1C: 5.9 BMI : 28.6 kg/m2 Weight loss of 32 kgs Hypertension, dysipidemia under control Backache, joint pains, breathlessness controlled. The Bariatric team prides itself on the fact that it is always available for its patients, and that the care and service provided every step of the way is unmatched. We organise a support group program bi-monthly for our operated patients where they share their experiences, good or bad and an informal interaction with the team. For details please visit our website: www.atulpeters.com. e-mail : drpeters@atulpeters.com Contact our Programme Manager Ms Nalini at +919910048755, our helpline no 01139595119.
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