Single Anastomosis Duodeno-Ileal Bypass (SADI)

Single Anastomosis Duodeno-Ileal Bypass (SADI)
SADI-S surgery is an innovative approach to bariatric weight-loss surgery. Overweight patients who struggle to lose weight can benefit from SADI-S, which stands for Single Anastomosis Duodeno-Ileal (or jejunal) bypass with sleeve gastrectomy. This surgery is minimally invasive and has fewer risks than traditional weight-loss surgery options. It attaches the upper section of the small intestine to the lower section, directly bypassing the middle section so that food absorption is reduced, helping with overall weight loss goals. The procedure also involves a sleeve gastrectomy to reduce the size of the stomach, which further aids digestion and proper nutritional intake without feeling overly full after eating. SADI-S surgery presents an effective way for overweight individuals to reach their long-term weight loss goals with minimal complications safely.

Benefits Of The SADI-S Procedure

The SADI-S procedure is a new technique combining two different bariatric surgeries to help reduce weight and related medical conditions. The benefits of this procedure include significant weight loss due to restriction of food intake and malabsorption, relief or elimination of diabetes, hypertension, sleep apnea, and other associated problems, as well as safety for patients who are considered at high risk for traditional bariatric surgeries. Additionally, the technique’s quicker recovery time, compared to conventional procedures, can reduce the time spent in the hospital and get patients back to their daily activities sooner. With this new combined surgical approach, many more people will have access to the life-changing benefits of weight loss surgery.

How Is The Surgery Performed, And Does It Hurt?

The surgical procedure for SADI-S is a highly specialized and complex operation that uses laparoscopic techniques to give patients with obesity who suffer from type 2 diabetes the best possible chance at long-term health. During the procedure, the surgeon creates a bypass loop of the ileum to the beginning of the jejunum and then reduces the stomach size with a gastric sleeve. The process involves making several tiny incisions to allow access to both organs and can take up to three hours or more to complete. The most common questions regarding this procedure are typically about pain. Fortunately, SADI-S is minimally invasive, so discomfort during surgery and recovery is usually minimal. Patients generally receive general anesthesia for their comfort during surgery, which helps make any pain afterward manageable without additional treatment.

Schedule A Consultation

For those considering SADI procedures in Irving, Arlington, or Paris, TX, Nova Bariatrics & Minimally Invasive Surgery in Dallas is a great option. Our highly experienced team of surgeons can assess and determine whether you are a good candidate for the procedure. We are proud to report that we perform many safe and successful operations here every day – with excellent outcomes. To learn more about this life-changing procedure, contact our clinic today at (469) 639-0953. Take control of your health destiny and explore the possibilities with Nova Bariatrics!

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