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Bariatric Surgery Complications and Dangers

Jun 10th 2012 at 10:20 PM

Complications of bariatric surgery makes time to the list. If millions of people suffering from obesity and frustration can not get rid of extra kilos, many of the complications often forget to get immediate relief they expect.

However, a series of short-term multiple pulmonary embolisms complications that patients may experience include pneumonia, blood clots, and infection of the incision. The long-term complications can include ulcers, which is fixed to the upper small intestine in the abdomen, and the weakness of the potential rare-sectional area of ​​narrowing of the opening between the stomach and intestines.

Another rare complication is hypoglycemia or blood sugar very low. This is a rare but serious illness, treatment, dietary change fails, the result of a second surgery is necessary to remove part of the pancreas health and fitness. Furthermore, after surgery, the body is unable to take the necessary nutrients efficiently. This can lead to anemia, or a low-iron low-B12, B12 low neurological complications, kidney stones, may form the body due to changes in process minerals, bone disease and may be a low calcium and / or vitamin D

Normal complications that appear to occur due to drying of the body's inability to large quantities of liquids such as to reduce the capacity of the stomach. Patients are advised to drink fluids regularly throughout the day to avoid this and other complications of bariatric surgery.

Serious problems known to occur only in some of the cuts to be made. Complications of bariatric surgery that may occur many years after surgery are the intestinal barrier, kidney stones, gastric leak and emotional problems due to severe weight loss quickly.

When considering bariatric surgery,  pulmonary patients are advised to stop smoking before the procedure, because smoking increases the risk of problems with anesthesia and decrease healing time and increases the risk of pneumonia problems with anesthesia. Patients are advised attempts to lose weight before surgery. This is believed to help the body adapt to rapid weight loss after surgery to help prepare for the significant reduction of calories after surgery.

Patients who do not follow the instructions in the message is sure to have more problems that do not follow the instructions. Extreme weight loss for this type of excessive stress at the site of the thoracic cavity, which increases the risk of pneumonia and pulmonary embolism, or blood clots.

In considering options to lose weight, be sure to check all the possible complications of bariatric surgery before making a decision, it is cut.

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