Metabolic / Diabetes Surgery
The term metabolic surgery now defines diabetes surgery. Patients with type 1 diabetes cannot benefit from surgery. It can be applied in type 2 diabetes depending on the level of insulin secreted from the pancreas. Its basic principles are providing the effective use and adequacy of the body's insulin.
Sleeve Gastrectomy with Loop Bipartition
It is a surgical method in the treatment of uncontrolled Type 2 Diabetes Disease associated with obesity. In this operation, a planned and measured portion of the small intestine is planted near the stomach outlet after having a large tube of gastric sleeve. Thus, intestinal passage is provided both by normal and short path. Blood sugar is controlled and the patient loses weight.
Sleeve Gastrectomy with Roux en Y Bipartition
Also in this operation, a planned and measured part of the small intestine is cut after making a gastric sleeve. The tip near the large intestine is attached to the stomach outlet. The upper end is sutured near the large intestine and provides an effective control of blood sugar and diabetes.
Duodenal Switch Surgery
Duedonal Switch, also known as biliopancreatic diversion surgery is a high rate of absorption inhibitor and partly volume limiting surgery. It is like a combination of by-pass and sleeve. This operation can be presented as a surgical option in patients who have diabetes and who have a body mass index of more than 50 and have a previous gastric surgery. It is also one of the most appropriate approaches for patients with uncontrolled diabetes.