Vertical Banded Gastroplasty.org Examines Surgical Weight Loss
Obesity is an ever increasing concern for many individuals, leading them to examine the possibilities available through surgical means.
August 15, 2011
Kansas City, MO - Aug. 15, 2011 - Obesity is an ever increasing concern for many individuals, leading them to examine the possibilities available through surgical means. The most popular of those methods was vertical banded gastroplasty. VerticalBandedGastroplastcy.org explores the procedure for those who can't undergo stomach bypass surgery.
"VerticalBandedGastroplasty.org is a leading online resource for vertical banded gastroplasty and vertical sleeve surgery," said Ron Runyan, owner of the site. "Visitors can find reviews and market leading products and services, as well as general information about vertical banded gastroplasty."
The site provides a wealth of information for those considering weight reduction through surgical means. VerticalBandedGastroplasty.org provides visitors with information on the procedure, potential complications, special diets and costs. Visitors will find product reviews and links to reliable resources on medical data and clinical trial results.
Also known as vertical sleeve gastrectomy, vertical banded gastroplasty is a surgical procedure that creates a small vertical pouch within the stomach to limit the amount of food that's consumed. A pouch is made by stapling the stomach near the patient's esophagus and a band is used to seal the opening between the pouch and the rest of the stomach.
A vertical banded gastroplasty restricts the amount of food that can be eaten, allowing individuals to eat less feel full quicker. The procedure is accomplished under general anesthesia and usually requires a week in the hospital. It can also be done utilizing laparoscopic methods, resulting in a shorter hospital stay.
The website answers many of the typical questions that individuals have about vertical banded gastroplasty and gastric bypass complications. Runyan addresses the risks involved, along with behaviors that undermine the surgery and can undo the entire procedure. Information is also offered about the conditions that make individuals candidates for the surgery. In some instances, a bariatric diet may be required and the site offers suggestions on products that satisfy cravings, while assisting in the management and control of appetite and blood sugar.
The launch of VerticalBandedGastroplasty.org provides a reliable resource of information on vertical banded gastroplasty and stomach bypass procedures, along with bariatric diet solutions and gastric bypass complications. The site provides the information people need to make informed decisions on surgical weight loss solutions.
Runyan can be reached via email with the convenient form on the website. For more information, visit the website at http://www.verticalbandedgastroplasty.org.
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