Laparoscopic ileal interposition surgery or metabolic surgery to control of type 2 diabetes is catching up in many more countries showing interest in adopting the advance technique, said laparoscopic surgeon Surendra Ugale.
Diabetes is a condition that can be treated but can’t be cured. You can still live a long and healthy life. All forms of diabetes have been treatable since insulin became available in 1921. Type 1 diabetes is treated with
Is bariatric surgery a cosmetic procedure or a medical one? That is the big question. The Indian Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) which regulates the industry have ruled that bariatric or weight loss surgery was a
These days bariatric surgery has become synonymous with weight loss. People who can afford it often think of it as an alternative to eating healthy and exercising. Dr Ramen Goel, a bariatric surgeon tells us more about the
While food security and starvation are issues that dominate headlines, there are those queuing up in India's most literate state to tuck in their tummies, with a little help from the doctor. 'Bariatric Surgery,' as the
A three-hour operation has helped Munish Chadha, weighing in at 180 kg, breathe normally. He had a rare problem which obstructed his breathing when he slept.
‘Munish weighed 180 kg, which made him suffer from a rare sleep
Even as India and China top the global chart of obese and diabetic people, experts charted out five prerequisites for patients and surgeons before weight loss surgery. With the growing trend in metabolic surgery, increasing
People with a sweet tooth have a sweeter disposition, may be true to most, but the harsh reality is that India and China will continue to have the largest number of diabetics in the world in the coming years. Rapid lifestyle
For 58-year-old Delhi resident Narendra Gupta, life took a new turn when he was able to go off diabetes medication after 15 years. Though nothing short of a miracle for him, this was possible by a simple bariatric surgery,