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The Patient"s Guide to Weight Loss Surgery

Everything You Need To Know About Gastric Bypass and Bariatric Surgery

by April Phd Hochstrasser

  • 322 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Hatherleigh Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Popular medicine,
  • Medical,
  • Popular works,
  • Healthy Living,
  • Consumer Health,
  • Weight Loss,
  • Surgery,
  • Health & Fitness / Diseases / General,
  • Gastric bypass,
  • Surgery - General,
  • Obesity

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsS. Ross Md Fox (Foreword, Introduction)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8753765M
    ISBN 101578261651
    ISBN 109781578261659

    Weight Loss Surgery for Dummies is the most authoritative and up to date book on weight loss surgery. Questions regarding the entire process and journey of weight loss are answered. WLS for Dummies is for the smart consumer who wants to be well informed. The book simplifies and demystifies the entire journey from preoperative research to postoperative care and longterm . After bariatric surgery, most people have questions and concerns about how their weight loss is going. Remember that you need to continue to work hard to reach your weight-loss goals. Eat healthy foods, keep exercising, and don’t worry if your weight loss slows down a few weeks after surgery.

    Bariatric Surgery Weight Loss Calculator. You will start losing weight fast after any bariatric surgery procedure, but the total amount lost varies based on: The procedure you choose; How closely you follow your doctor’s instructions; Enter your information into the tool to get an idea about how much weight you’ll lose after each procedure. The Bariatric Surgery Patient’s Essential Guidebook is a condensed version of the Bariatric Surgery Source website’s + pages of published research. This eBook contains only the most essential information you need to know in order to succeed before and after weight loss surgery.

      Gastric bypass surgery is the most common type of weight-loss surgery. Gastric bypass and other types of weight-loss surgery, collectively known as bariatric surgery, make surgical changes to your stomach and digestive system that limit how much food you can eat and how many nutrients you absorb, leading to weight loss. There are potential risks and side effects associated with any operation, including bariatric (weight loss) surgery. You are advised to consult your own personal general practice physician prior to beginning this or any other program regarding weight reduction and its advisability for your particular circumstances and health.


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The Patient"s Guide to Weight Loss Surgery by April Phd Hochstrasser Download PDF EPUB FB2

An indispensable guide for surgery candidates and their families, The Patient's Guide to Weight Loss Surgery explains everything you need to know about this increasingly popular surgical procedure.

Read more Read less/5(6). Although other books on the subject reflect a lower estimate, the problem is all too common for any western society.

The Doctor's Guide to Weight Loss Surgery is one of the best guides to help you make this decision, which is not a magic solution to the problem, but is effective for anyone who can't do it any other way/5(9). Pennie Nicola has lost over pounds with vertical sleeve gastrectomy, and she wants to The Patients Guide to Weight Loss Surgery book other potential weight loss surgery patients learn more about this bariatric procedure/5().

An indispensible guide to weight-loss surgery written by a leading bariatric surgeon Today, an estimated 44 million Americans suffer from obesity. For one in five Americans, diet and exercise simply don't work/5(50).

Bariatric Books to Read Before Surgery The Emotional First-Aid Kit – A Practical Guide to Life After Bariatric Surgery. Gastric Sleeve Weight Loss Surgery – Your Complete Guide to Losing Weight with Bariatric Surgery by Weight Loss Surgery for Dummies by Marina Kurian.

Back on Track After. To provide ongoing support, we host a monthly meeting for patients who have had surgery and those interested in weight loss surgery.

Potential patients, past and current patients, family, and friends are always welcome. This book is designed to guide you through our program. Please call us with any questions ator toll-free, The Patient’s Guide to Weight Loss Surgery is an indispensable guide for surgery candidates and their families.

It explains in easy-to-understand language everything you need to know about this increasingly popular surgical procedure/5(6). Your Complete Guide to Nutrition for Weight Loss Surgery is exactly that. The essential guide for those considering, or who have had gastric band, sleeve gastrectomy or gastric bypass surgeries.

Enjoy over tasty and nutritious recipes covering all stages of the weight loss surgery journey/5(27). The Patient's Guide to Weight Loss Surgery is essential for the patient considering this option. Now revised and updated, The Patient's Guide to Weight Loss Surgery is the most current and reliable source of information for anyone who wants to make an informed decision about gastric bypass and bariatric surgery/5(5).

The Patient's Guide to Weight Loss Surgery, Revised Edition: Everything You Need to Know About Gastric Bypass and Bariatric Surgery (Paperback) by April. Bariatric and Metabolic Institute (BMI) Patient Handbook Your Program Guide Philip Schauer, MD We encourage serious consideration and commitment to weight loss surgery.

Patients and book chapters on bariatric surgery and is co-editor of a textbook on minimally invasive bariatric surgery. Tomasz Rogula is a staff surgeon at the. If you’re planning on undergoing weight loss surgery, have recently had surgery, or are a few years out, this book is for you.

Weight loss surgery is a big deal and there’s so much to know. Our comprehensive FAQ-style guide answers more than 80 of the most common and crucial questions we—as WLS dietitians—get asked on a daily basis. This books has up to date, esay to understand, well organized information about weight loss surgery and guidelines of what to eat after the procedure.

The book also includes a well balanced and interesting variety of recipies for the weght loss surgery patient with suggestions at what stage of recovery that the food can be eaten at/5(73). The Sleeved Life: A Patient-to-Patient Guide to Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy Weight Loss Surgery.

Pennie Nicola has lost over pounds with vertical sleeve gastrectomy, and she wants to help other potential weight loss surgery patients learn more about this bariatric procedure/5.

Weight-loss (bariatric) surgery helps you lose weight and lowers your risk of medical problems associated with obesity. Bariatric surgery contributes to weight loss in two main ways: Restriction.

Surgery is used to physically limit the amount of food the stomach can hold, which limits the number of calories you can eat. This is a MUST READ for anyone who has had, plans on having, or is researching weight loss surgery.

It talks you through each surgery (benefits and drawbacks), what to expect at each stage of the process (dealing with insurance, pre surgery, hospital stay, and stages post surgery including diet progression, fitness, the mental game, maintenance, and issues you may face 4/5.

The medical and emotional benefits of weight-loss procedures begin almost immediately after surgery. Over time, the benefits following surgery may include: Significant sustained weight loss2 ∙ Most patients lose weight rapidly and continue to do so until months after surgery ∙File Size: 2MB. Current Specialties and Locations: Specializes in laparoscopic roux-en Y gastric bypass, laparoscopic surgery on patients pounds and above, the lap band system, vertical sleeve gastrectomy, surgery to revise previous weight loss surgeries, and post-gastric bypass surgery to remove excess skin.

Bariatric Surgery Source’s free eBook for weight loss surgery patients is a condensed version of the Bariatric Surgery Source website + pages of surgeon-reviewed research. It contains only the most essential information you need to know in order to succeed before and after weight loss : Bariatric Surgery Source.

Your patient and weight-loss surgery Article (PDF Available) in Advances in Psychiatric Treatment 18(6) November with Reads How we measure 'reads'. We recommend that patients who are undergoing bariatric surgery start a diet and exercise program that are similar to the one you will be having after the surgery.

To ensure your life-long success, The Weight Loss Institute of New Jersey in Livingston NJ offers you preoperative nutrition, exercise and psychological consults free of charge.The Patient's Guide to Weight Loss Surgery is an indispensable guide for surgery candidates and their families.

It explains in easy-to-understand language everything you need to know about this increasingly popular surgical procedure."--Taken from the title page verso.and shared with the weight loss surgery team. > Pre-operative weight loss is required.

> Patient and dietitian will develop goals. > A second nutrition appointment will discuss post-op nutrition, post-op supplements and diet progression with patient goals to be reviewed. Step 4: Psychological evaluation (1 or 2 visits and workshop required).