Mini-Gastric Bypass, Simple & Successful HI all, I had the mgb in Jan 04 with Dr. R. I have been having some hearburn and at times have difficulty swallowing (getting food down). I had and endoscopy this morning AND the gastroenterologist was very impressed with my mgb. I have a SMALL hernia that floats and … Continue reading The Mini-Gastric Bypass Out Performs Other Surgery! The Mini-Gastric Bypass Out Performs Other Surgery at IFSO! New Randomized Controlled Prospective studies to be presented in Paris (International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity and metabolic disorders. XIV World Congress Paris, France August 26-29, 2009) show the MGB out performed the RNY, the LapBand and … Continue reading

Amazing New Findings! New studies to be presented at the Paris Meeting for the International Federation for Surgery of Obesity and Metabolic Diseases show that in a controlled prospective 5 year trial the MGB is better than the RNY gastric bypass. In other studies the MGB out performed the Band and the Sleeve in weight … Continue reading MGB Better than the Lap Band MGB Better than the Lap Band and the Sleeve 2 years after surgery the Mini-Gastric Bypass had better results than other bariatric surgeries (Lapband or sleeve gastrectomy). P-110 Comparison of Gastrointestinal Quality of Life Following Laparoscopic Mini-Gastric Bypass, Sleeve Gastrectomy and Adjustable Gastric Banding Surgery Presenter: Y. H. … Continue reading Jul 31, 7:00 pm and Aug 01, 12:00 am Action Hero Makeover, Discovery Health Gil Gerard, former Hollywood heartthrob, undergoes a lifesaving but controversial new gastric bypass procedure in order to reclaim his health and restart his career. Will this be the solution he's been looking for?

Laparoscopic Mini-Gastric Bypass Versus Roux-En-Y Gastric Bypass: 5-Year Results and Final Report of a Randomized Trial Presenter: W. J. Lee (Min-Sheng General Hospital, Taoyuan, Taiwan) Co-authors: J. Chen1, K. Ser1 1Min-Sheng General Hospital, Taoyuan, Taiwan Background We had previously reported a randomized study evaluated the surgical morbidity and 2-year results of laparoscopic mini-gastric bypass (LMGBP) … Continue reading

Conclusion This study demonstrates that LMGBP is an effective treatment for morbid obesity and can improve quality of life similar to LRYGBP. LMGBP is simpler and safer procedure than LRYGBP and no proven disadvantage after five year follow-up. LMGBP can be regarded as a simpler and safer alternative surgical procedure to LRYGBP

Sleve Gastrectomy More Dangerous than MGB Perforation and leaks(3.15%), intraluminal bleeding(2.72%) and hemoperitoneum(2.15%) were the more frequent complications, out of the total complication rate of 11.46%. Mortality was reported in 6/698(0.85%) patients, 3 of which received multiple reoperations and subsequently died of respiratory complications and sepsis.