Оpportunities longitudinal gastroptyxis: use it as a base, and the preparatory phase of correcting the treatment of patients with obesity and metabolic syndrome
Every year, bariatric surgery is becoming increasingly popular. Of all types of bariatric surgery longitudinal gastroptyxis is the most "young" in the national bariatric and least understood. In connection with this work it has been the aim: to evaluate the effectiveness and to determine the longitudinal gastroptyxis possibility of its use in the treatment of obesity and metabolic syndrome. Gastroptyxis efficacy was assessed on the basis of generally accepted bariatric indicators: body mass index, weight loss, percentage of body weight loss, percent loss of excess body weight. The paper describes the possibility of using gastroptyxis when performing such operations as a combined biliopancreatic bypass surgery and SADI, the benefits of which is reliability (minimization of the risks of insolvency and bleeding), there is no need to remove part of the stomach, the ability to reverse, as well as significant economic feasibility.
2. Mylytsya, K., Lutsenko, N. & Mylytsya, M. (2015). Gastric plication. Experience of one Ukrainian site. Obesity Surgery, 25, 300.
3. Nykonenko, A. O., Haidarzhi, Ye. I. & Bužga, M. (2016). Bone metabolism changes after laparoscopic greater curvature plication. A one-year study. Zaporizhzhya medical J., 2, 64–69.
4. Livhits, M., Mercado, C. & Yermilov, I. (20120. Preoperative Predictors of Weight Loss Following Bariatric Surgery: Systematic Review. Obesity Surgery, 22, 70.
5. Grubnik, V. V., Ospanov, O. V. & Namaeva, K. A. (2016). Randomized controlled trial comparing laparoscopic greater curvature plication versus laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy. Surg. Endosc., 30, 2186.
6. Iannelli, A., Schneck, A. S. & Noel, P. (2011). Re-sleeve gastrectomy for failed laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy: a feasibility study. Obesity Surgery, 21, 832–835.
7. Lacy, A., Ibarzabal, A. & Pando, E. (2010). Revisional surgery after sleeve gastrectomy. Surg. Laparosc. Endosc. Percutan. Tech., 20 (5), 351–356.
8. Sjöström, L. (2013). Review of the key results from the Swedish Obese Subjects (SOS) trial – a prospective controlled intervention study of bariatric surgery (Review). J. Intern. Med., 273, 219–234.