METABOLIC SURGERY

Metabolic Surgery is used to describe weight loss treatments and procedures to treat metabolic diseases, especially, type 2 diabetes. Gastric Bypass and Bilio-pancreatic diversion have resulted in the control and cure of diabetes. This surgery can only be performed in obese patients with a BMI > 35.

METABOLIC SURGERY

Did you knew that you can get rid of Diabetes Type 2 by Metabolic Diabetes surgery?
 
The number of bariatric surgeons who have the knowledge and skill to perform the surgery is still limited nowadays.  At The Health Store Turkey’s Hospitals all our general surgeons can perform this operation safely and successfully with satisfactionary results.

GET RID OF DIABETES (TYPE 2) WITH METABOLIC SURGERY! MORE THAN 15,000 SUCCESSFULL BARIATRIC & METABOLIC SURGERIES IN LAST 15 YEARS BY OUR EXPERIENCED SURGEONS WITHOUT ANY COMPLICATIONS!

  • Why should I have my procedure performed in THST Hospitals?

    All THST carefully selected Obesity Clinics have experienced Professor Doctors, Associate Professors, Specialists, nutritionists and dedicated nurses & care takers. Your comfort and care during your procedure is of paramount importance to us when it comes to bariatric & metabolic surgeries. Here at The Health Store Turkey we have the most experienced professional teams in the industry who are here to guide you through your procedure as comfortably as possible.

  • What are the pre-operative preparations? And how long is the operation?

    You will have a full check up before the operation, the results will be evaluated and your surgeon will evaluate your medical condition and readiness for surgery. This includes; Full Urine Test, Blood Test, Chest Xray, Respiratory Function Test, Cardiology Consultation, Pulmonary Diseases Consultation, Internal Diseases Consultation, General Surgery consultation, anaesthesia consultation, Ultrasonography. The operation is mainly laparoscopic (closed) and takes around 1,5 – 2 hours.

  • How SADI-S works ?

    SADI-S is a modified version of an operation that was wwweloped 30 years ago, formally called Biliopancreatic Diversion with Duodenal Switch (BPD-DS) and more simply known as the duodenal switch. The SADI-S procedure involves two steps: • Step one; the surgeon will perform a sleeve gastrectomy, removing about 80% of the stomach. • Step 2; the first part of the intestine (duodenum) is divided just below the stomach and reattached (anastomosed) to a loop of intestine about 2 metres further downstream.

  • What are the potential advantages of the SADI-S procedure?

    The SADI-S procedure delivers greater weight loss than a sleeve gastrectomy or standard gastric bypass, which is advantageous for people with a BMI above 50. It provides a more powerful metabolic effect than a sleeve gastrectomy or standard gastric bypass alone, which is advantageous for people with poorly controlled Type 2 Diabetes. It can be performed on people who have already had a sleeve gastrectomy, which is advantageous for people who experience weight regain or insufficient weight loss. It lowers the risk of diarrhoea and nutritional deficiencies often encountered with a conventional duodenal switch. Connecting a loop of small bowel rather than a Roux limb is anticipated to reduce the long-term risk of intestinal obstruction, compared to a standard gastric bypass and compared to a duodenal switch. In the procedure the pylorus is retained above the connected loop of small bowel and continues to regulate the rate at which food and acid empty from the stomach into the intestines and to prevent free reflux of bile into the stomach. This helps to reduce the likelihood of certain problems encountered with gastric bypass surgery such as; Dumping Syndrome, unstable blood sugar fluctuations (reactive hypoglycaemia, nocturnal hypoglycaemia), food restrictions and intolerance, marginal ulcers.

Prof. Dr. Hayrullah Derici

Prof. Dr. Hayrullah Derici

He graduated from Ege University Faculty of Medicine in 1991. In 1996, he became General Surgery Specialist. In 2007, he received the Turkish Surgery Association Qualification (Board) Certificate. In 2007, he received the title of “Associate Professor of General Surgery”. In 2013 he became Professor.

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Assoc. Prof. Dr. İsmail Yaman

Assoc. Prof. Dr. İsmail Yaman

Assoc. Prof Ismail Yaman served as a general surgeon between the years of 2009-2005 in Manisa Public Hospital. In 2009 he started working as Assistant Associate Professor in the Balıkesir University Faculty of Medicine where he got the chance to study Hiatus Hernia, Laparoscopic Colon Resection Surgery and the high level of Endoscopy which was accomplished first time here by himself. In 2013 Assoc. Prof Ismail Yaman gained a patent with a wwwice called “aspirasyon aparatı” which was designed by himself.

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Prof. Dr. Hayrullah Derici

Prof. Dr. Hayrullah Derici

He graduated from Ege University Faculty of Medicine in 1991. In 1996, he became General Surgery Specialist. In 2007, he received the Turkish Surgery Association Qualification (Board) Certificate. In 2007, he received the title of “Associate Professor of General Surgery”. In 2013 he became Professor.

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Assoc. Prof. Dr. İsmail Yaman

Assoc. Prof. Dr. İsmail Yaman

Assoc. Prof Ismail Yaman served as a general surgeon between the years of 2009-2005 in Manisa Public Hospital. In 2009 he started working as Assistant Associate Professor in the Balıkesir University Faculty of Medicine where he got the chance to study Hiatus Hernia, Laparoscopic Colon Resection Surgery and the high level of Endoscopy which was accomplished first time here by himself. In 2013 Assoc. Prof Ismail Yaman gained a patent with a wwwice called “aspirasyon aparatı” which was designed by himself.

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