Bariatric Surgery (Transit Bipartition) for Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 DiabetesIn Transit Bipartition operation, also known as diabetes surgery, a second way is created by connecting the last part of the small intestine with the stomach after the laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy. In this way, the passage of food through the entire small intestine is provided.

With the sleeve gastrectomy process, the part that secretes from the stomach dome and produces the feeling of hunger is inactivated. Enabling good hormones secreted from the last part of the small intestine to meet with food at the exit of the stomach provides a feeling of full and regulates blood sugar.

How Is Transit Bipartition Surgery Performed?

First, laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy is performed. Then, 100 cm from the junction of the small intestine with the large intestine; followed by an additional 150 cm, the small intestine is cut from 250 cm. The cut lower end is connected to the formed tube stomach and the upper end is joined to the previously marked 100 cm. This operation is applied to Type 2 diabetes patients who are unable to regulate their blood sugar despite all standard treatments and obesity patients with advanced insulin resistance.

Post-operation

The patient stays in the hospital for a total of 5-7 days with the preoperative hospitalization. From the second week following the surgery, the patient can return to daily life. Since there is no absorption disorder in transit bipartition, 95% of patients do not need supplement in the post-operative period.

Obesity Surgery for Type 2 Diabetes

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Obesity is a treatable and reversible disorder. It has been shown that quality of life is increased in 95% of the patients who have undergone obesity surgery and that these people live not only longer but better.

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