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Gastric Bypass


Gastric Bypass

Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery Perspectives

von: João Ettinger, Euler Ázaro, Rudolf Weiner, Kelvin D. Higa, Manoel Galvão Neto, Andre Fernandes Teixeira, Muhammad Jawad

160,49 €

Verlag: Springer
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 11.03.2020
ISBN/EAN: 9783030288037
Sprache: englisch

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<div><div>This book presents and describes the various uses of gastric bypass in bariatric and metabolic surgery and outlines the different techniques currently available. Furthermore, the possible complications with the procedure and ways to avoid them are also discussed.&nbsp;</div><div>The use of the gastric bypass for the treatment of diabetes is emphasized and the new indications for the operative treatment of diabetes are featured in detail. Endoscopic uses concerning the gastric bypass are also addressed, covering preoperative evaluation, complications treatment, weight regain treatment and endoscopic treatment of obesity. The most advanced techniques and new technologies available for performing gastric bypass surgeries are&nbsp;presented&nbsp;in the most didactic possible way, making use of value-added learning features&nbsp;throughout the text.</div><div><i>Gastric Bypass - Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery Perspectives</i>&nbsp;is intended as a practical guide for all those interested and involved with bariatric surgery, including general surgeons, bariatric surgeons, GI surgeons and surgery residents.</div></div><div><br></div>
Part I – Introduction<p>1. History of the gastric bypass<br>2. Gastric bypass - Mechanisms of functioning<br>3. Rationale for gastric bypass</p>Part II – Bariatric Surgery<br>Section A – General concepts<br><br><div>4. Morbid obesity<br>5. Obesity and related diseases<br>6. Obesity and cancer<br>7. Systemic inflammation in the morbidly obese patient<br>8. Metabolic syndrome<br>9. Non-Alcoholic fatty liver disease – NAFLD<p>Section B – Preoperative concerns</p><p>10. The bariatric team<br>11. Bariatric clinic/hospital infrastructure<br>12. Patient selection<br>13. Preparing the patient for gastric bypass<br>14. Tests and exams<br>15. Preoperative endoscopy<br>16. Informed consent<br>17. Nutritional issues<br>18. Psychological and psychiatric issues<br>19. Sleep apnea management<br>20. Preoperative weight loss<br>21. The superobese patient&nbsp;</p><p>Section C – Anaesthesia</p><p>22. Airway evaluation and management<br>23. Positioning the patient before the procedure<br>24. Monitoring the morbidly obese<br>25. Methods of anaesthesia<br>26. Perioperative anaesthesia<br>27. Postoperative Analgesia&nbsp;</p><p>Section D – Techniques for Gastric bypass</p><p>28. Instruments and materials<br>29. Anatomic considerations<br>30. Open Roux-en Y gastric bypass<br>31. Developing the laparoscopic gastric bypass<br>32. Robotic Roux-en Y gastric bypass<br>33. Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass Learning curve<br>34. Ante colic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass<br>35. Retro colic Roux-en Y gastric by-pass<br>36. Fobi Roux-en Y gastric bypass<br>37. Capella Roux-en Y gastric bypass<br>38. Roux-en-Y gastric bypass hand sewn<br>39. Roux-en-Y gastric bypass – gastrojejunostomy with Trans-oral circular stapling<br>40. Roux-en-Y gastric bypass – gastrojejunostomy with circular stapler via transabdominal<br>41. Roux-en-Y gastric bypass – gastrojejunostomy with linear stapler<br>42. Mini gastric bypass – Technique<br>43. Staged gastric bypass for high risk patients<br>44. Roux-en Y gastric bypass in adolescents<br>45. Conversion of sleeve gastrectomy to gastric bypass<br>46. Conversion of gastric banding to gastric bypass<br>47. Conversion of vertical banded gastroplasty<br>48. Gastric bypass reoperation for weight regain<br>49. Banding the gastric bypass due to weight regain<br>50. Pancreatic neoplasm after gastric bypass<br>51. Gastric Bypass Leaning Curve – Laparoscopic & Robotic&nbsp;</p><p>Section E – Technical issues</p><p>52. Staple lines reinforcement<br>53. Drainage<br>54. Gastrojejunostomy testing<br>55. Closing the gaps<br>56. Preventing complications&nbsp;</p><p>Section F – Postoperative care</p><p>57. ICU for the gastric bypass patient<br>58. Preventing thromboembolism<br>59. Physiotherapy<br>60. Vitamins and minerals<br>61. Nutrition<br>62. Psicological assistance&nbsp;</p><p>Section G – Complications</p><p>63. Intraoperative complications<br>64. Leaks<br>65. Infection - diagnosis and&nbsp; treatment<br>66. Bleeding<br>67. Bowel obstruction<br>68. Internal hernias<br>69. Stenosis<br>70. Ulcer disease<br>71. Reflux<br>72. Dumping syndrome<br>73. Thromboembolism<br>74. Rhabdomyolisis<br>75. Weight regain<br>76. Depression, suicide and alcoholism<br>77. Eating disorders<br>78. Gallbladder stones<br>79. Bacterial overgrowth<br>80. The rebel patient<br>81. Therapeutic endoscopy&nbsp;</p><p>Section H – Endoscopy</p><p>82. Preoperative intragastric balloon<br>83. Endoscopic treatment of obesity<br>84. Endoscopic treatment of complications<br>85. Endoscopic treatment of weight regain&nbsp;</p><p>Section I – Miscellaneous</p><p>86. Plastic surgery after gastric bypass<br>87. Malpractice and medico-legal issues<br>88. Pregnancy<br>89. Bariatric surgeon training<br>90. Re-operative bariatric surgery<br>91. Quality of life before and after gastric bypass<br>92. Radiographic evaluation<br>93. Cost and economics of gastric bypass<br>94. Gastric bypass outcomes in bariatric surgery&nbsp;</p><p>Part III – Metabolic surgery / Type 2 diabetes</p><p>95. Type 2 diabetes<br>96. Type 2 diabetes and the foregut<br>97. Mechanisms of control of diabetes 2 with gastric bypass<br>98. Experimental studies<br>99. Tests and exams<br>100. Endocrinology point of view<br>101. Selecting patients<br>102. Preoperative care<br>103.&nbsp;Gastric bypass in patients with metabolic syndrome<br>104. Gastric bypass for type 2 diabetes BMI &gt; 35kg/m2<br>105. Gastric bypass for type 2 diabetes BMI &lt; 35kg/m2<br>106. Postoperative care<br>107. Complications<br>108. Gastric bypass outcomes in patients with type 2 diabetes<br>109. Selected articles</p></div>
<div><b><i>João Ettinger:&nbsp;</i></b>Associate Professor of Surgical and Clinical Anatomy at UNIME- School of Medicine in Lauro de Freitas, Brazil. He is a General, Digestive and Bariatric surgeon at São Rafael Hospital and at Ana Nery Hospital, Salvador, Brazil; where he also acts as preceptor of surgery. He finished his residency in General Surgery at Ana Nery Hospital in 1995, finished his fellowship in laparoscopic surgery at São Rafael Hospital in 1996. In 1997 he was an observer Surgeon at Lichtenstein Hernia Center-Los Angeles, Hernia Center-Memphis and Shouldice Hospital-Toronto. He specialized in Bariatric Surgery at Beneficência Portuguesa Hospital in São Paulo in 1988. He received his PhD at the Escola Bahiana de Medicina, in Internal Medicine during the year of 2007. In 2013 was an observer of bariatric surgery at Sachsenhausen Hospital in Frankfurt. Member of the Brazilian College of Surgery, Brazilian Society of Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery, Brazilian College of Digestive Surgery, Brazilian Society of Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery and Brazilian Hernia Society.</div><div><br></div><div><b><i>Euler Ázaro:&nbsp;</i></b>General, Digestive and Bariatric surgeon at São Rafael Hospital and at Aliança Hospital in Salvador, Brazil; where he also acts as preceptor of surgery. He finished his residency in General Surgery at Ana Nery Hospital in 1989, finished his fellowship in laparoscopic surgery at Fatebenefratelli Hospital, Milan, Italy in 1996. During the year of 1997 he travelled to North America to learn techniques in coloproctology at the Cleveland Clinic of Fort Lauderdale- Florida, USA. He started bariatric surgery practice in the year of 1999 at São Rafael Hospital, Salvador. He received his PhD at Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, in Surgery. Member of the Brazilian College of Surgery, Brazilian Society of Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery, Brazilian College of Digestive Surgery and Brazilian Society of Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery.</div><br><div><b><i>Rudolf Weiner:&nbsp;</i></b>MD by the University of Leipzig (Germany, 1976) and PhD by the University of Berlin (Germany, 1977). General surgery and urology training at the Hospital of "St. Georg", Leipzig (Germany, 1977-1984). Qualified Urologic (1981) and General (1984) surgeon. Training in traumatology and vascular surgery at the University Hospital of Leipzig (1979-1984). Associate professor of surgery at Leipzig University (1992-1993). Associate professor of surgery at Johan Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt am Main (Germany, 1993-2000). Professor of Surgery at Johan Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt am Main (2000). Head of Surgery at the Frankfurt Sachsenhausen Hospital and Center for Minimally invasive Surgery (Germany, 2001).</div><div><br></div><div><i><b>Kevin Higa: </b></i>Graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Medicine in 1983. He is board certified in general surgery. After completing his residency training in 1988, he served as Chief of Vascular Surgery at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Fresno. In 1990, he entered private practice but has continued to devote a large amount of his time to teaching while also serving as Chief of Surgery for Community Medical Centers as well as Saint Agnes Medical Center. Dr. Higa has performed open bariatric surgical procedures since the early 1990s. He and his partner Dr. Boone performed the first laparoscopic gastric bypass in the Central Valley in 1998. The two also pioneered the current technique used by many surgeons throughout the world. He and Professor Paul O’Brien from Australia performed the very first adjustable gastric band in Fresno. Dr. Higa specializes in difficult and challenging cases, including revision bariatric surgery. He serves as associate editor for many peer-reviewed journals and has authored many original articles and book chapters regarding bariatric surgery and complication management. In addition to his title of clinical professor of surgery at the University of California San Francisco – Fresno Medical Education Program, Dr. Higa has been appointed to the National Faculty for Bariatric Surgery by the American College of Surgeons. He was also president of the American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) and continues to chair many international conferences devoted to bariatric surgery.<br><br><b><i>Manoel Passos Galvão Neto:&nbsp;</i></b>MD by the Bahiana School of Medicine and Public Health (1989, Brazil) followed by residency in Digestive Surgery at July 9th Hospital (São Paulo, Brazil). Invited professor of surgical technique at Bahiana School (1993-1998) and coordinator of experimental surgery research group and assistant professor (1998-2000). Board certified specialist by the Brazilian College of Digestive Surgery (CBCD, 1992), Brazilian Federation of Gastroenterology (FBG, 1995) and Brazilian Society of Digestive Endoscopy (SOBED, 2011). Affiliated professor of surgery at ABC University in Santo Andre (Brazil) and appointed as faculty for the FIU Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, Department of Surgery (Miami, USA). Dr. Galvão has extensive experience in foregut surgery and interventional endoscopy and international practice with surgical and endoscopic privileges granted in 8 hospitals in São Paulo, Chile, Colombia and Spain.</div><div><br></div><div><div><strong><i>Andre F. Teixeira:</i></strong>&nbsp;Bariatric surgeon for the Bariatric Program at Orlando Regional Medical Center. He received his medical degree at Morehouse School of Medicine and completed his internship in general surgery at Orlando Regional Medical Center. Following his internship, completed his residency training at Orlando Health, where he also served as general surgery chief resident. Following his residency, completed his bariatric and advanced MIS fellowship at Cleveland Clinic Florida. Dr. Teixeira has published in multiple peer review journals. He also has published several book chapters. He has presented at many local and national conferences on various topics relating to general surgery and bariatric surgery. He is a member of the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons, the Florida Medical Association, the American College of Surgeons, the American Society and Metabolic Surgery (ASMBS). He is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and ASMBS. Currently he serves as vice chair of general surgery of Orlando Regional Medical Center.<br></div><div><br></div><div><strong><i>Muhammad A. Jawad:</i></strong><strong>&nbsp;</strong>is board certified through the American Board of Surgery and serves as the Medical Director of Orlando Regional Medical Center’s Bariatric Program. Received his Medical Degree from Ain Shams University in Cairo, Egypt, graduating with honors. He completed a surgical internship at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, IL. Following his internship, he practiced at Jackson Hospital in Alabama. Before joining ORMC, Dr. Jawad served as chief of surgery at Ocala Regional Medical Center in Florida following his position as chief of staff at Monroe Regional Hospital. Serving as an expert in the laparoscopic field and performing bariatric surgery since 1984, he has performed more than 4,000 laparoscopic bariatric surgical cases since 2000. Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and member of many organizations including the American Society of Bariatric Surgery, the Florida Medical Association, the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons and the Florida Physicians Association.</div></div><div><br></div>
<div>This book presents and describes the various uses of gastric bypass in bariatric and metabolic surgery and outlines the different techniques currently available. Furthermore, the possible complications with the procedure and ways to avoid them are also discussed.&nbsp;</div><div>The use of the gastric bypass for the treatment of diabetes is emphasized and the new indications for the operative treatment of diabetes are featured in detail. Endoscopic uses concerning the gastric bypass are also addressed, covering preoperative evaluation, complications treatment, weight regain treatment and endoscopic treatment of obesity. The most advanced techniques and new technologies available for performing gastric bypass surgeries are&nbsp;presented&nbsp;in the most didactic possible way, making use of value-added learning features&nbsp;throughout the text.</div><div><i>Gastric Bypass - Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery Perspectives</i>&nbsp;is intended as a practical guide for all those interested and involved with bariatric surgery, including general surgeons, bariatric surgeons, GI surgeons and surgery residents.</div><div><br></div><div></div>
<p>Written by internationally renowned authors</p>

<p>A vast archive of figures, photos and videos is offered</p>

<p>New technologies for the performing of gastric bypass are shown, including robotic surgery</p>

<p>Covers pre-clinical aspects&nbsp;through post-surgical complications</p>

<p>The use of endoscopy in weight regain, complications and preoperative is addressed</p>

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