Single Anastomosis Duodeno Ileal Bypass with Sleeve Gastrectomy
Procedure: Create a smaller stomach sleeve and reroute a portion of the small intestine. This combination restricts food intake and alters the absorption of calories and nutrients, resulting in significant and sustained weight loss.
Recovery Time (back to all your everyday activities with no restrictions): 1 – 4 weeks
Risks and Complications: Pre-cancerous changes and increased risk of developing esophageal cancer
Results: On average, expect to lose around 20% excess weight loss in the first 3 months and up to nearly 100% after 2 years in some studies
Benefits of SADI-S Weight Loss Surgery
A highly effective weight loss procedure that combines the benefits of sleeve gastrectomy and intestinal bypass, SADI-S Weight Loss Surgery offers several benefits that can help you achieve significant weight loss and improve your overall health.
Powerful Combination of Procedures
SADI-S combines two effective weight loss procedures into a single surgery. The sleeve gastrectomy reduces the size of your stomach, restricting the amount of food you can consume. Simultaneously, the duodeno-ileal bypass reroutes a portion of the small intestine, altering the absorption of calories and nutrients. This powerful combination leads to substantial weight loss and helps address obesity-related health conditions.
Significant and Sustained Weight Loss
SADI-S is known for its ability to achieve significant weight loss. By reducing the size of the stomach and rerouting the intestines, the procedure restricts calorie intake and limits nutrient absorption, resulting in substantial and sustained weight loss. Many patients experience a rapid decrease in excess weight, improved body composition, and long-term weight management.
Improved Metabolic Health
In addition to weight loss, SADI-S can lead to remarkable improvements in metabolic health. The procedure has been shown to effectively resolve or improve conditions such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, sleep apnea, and high cholesterol levels. By addressing these underlying health issues, SADI-S can enhance your overall well-being and reduce the risk of obesity-related complications.
What To Expect With SADI-S Weight Loss Surgery
Understanding what to expect with SADI-S Weight Loss Surgery can help you prepare for the procedure and recovery process. Here’s an overview:
SADI-S Weight Loss Surgery is performed under general anesthesia. The procedure involves the removal of a portion of the stomach to create a smaller sleeve, reducing its capacity. The small intestine is then rerouted and connected to the remaining stomach pouch. This modification allows for food to bypass a significant portion of the intestines, reducing calorie absorption.
After the surgery, you will typically stay in the hospital for a few days to ensure proper recovery and monitoring. Our dedicated medical team will provide postoperative care instructions, including pain management, dietary guidelines, and physical activity recommendations. You may experience some discomfort during the initial recovery phase, but it should gradually improve over time.
Lifestyle Changes and Ongoing Support
SADI-S Weight Loss Surgery requires commitment to long-term lifestyle changes to optimize results. Our comprehensive program includes nutritional counseling, exercise guidance, and ongoing support to help you develop and maintain healthy habits. Regular follow-up appointments will be scheduled to monitor your progress, address any concerns, and provide ongoing guidance and support.
Embrace a Healthier Future with SADI-S Weight Loss Surgery
If you’re ready to take control of your weight and transform your life through SADI-S Weight Loss Surgery, schedule a consultation with our experienced team at New You Surgical Weight Loss. During this consultation, we will discuss your weight loss goals, medical history, and determine if SADI-S Surgery is the right option for you.