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Bariatric surgeries

... Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass Surgery ...

Diabetes surgery

Gastric Bypass is approved by the American Diabetes Association as a treatment for type 2 diabetes in obese patients.

Laparoscopy is a type of surgical procedure that allows a surgeon to access the inside of the abdomen (tummy) through very tiny incisions in the skin. In gastric bypass using laparoscopy a small pouch of the stomach is connected to a specific part of the intestine, the absorption of sugars and fats decreases. Thus, weight decreases and blood sugar drops to normal levels. Suitable for those who suffer from diabetes and eating too much sugar.

You need to stay in the hospital for one day. The patient then needs to take vitamins daily.


... Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy ...

The most famous bariatric surgeries in the Arab world

The procedure is performed by laparoscopy under a general anesthetic and requires a hospital stay for only one day through very small openings in the abdomen (leaving no trace).

The endoscope and precise surgical instruments are inserted into the abdomen without opening or distorting it, and a large part of the stomach is removed more than two-thirds, thus reducing the size of the stomach.

Advantages :

  • The size of the stomach decreases, the feeling of hunger disappears, and the meals become small throughout the day

  • You can eat six small meals a day, and this increases the metabolic rate and gives it enough energy for work and daily activity

  • Effectively helps to lose weight (you can lose most of your excess weight within one year from the date of the procedure)

  • And you need to take vitamin tablets daily  and weight loss stops after two years

  • The best chance of reaching the ideal weight is within the first year

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How Much Does the Bariatric surgery Cost In Egypt ?

Cheap Bariatric Surgeries = re-used instruments

Many who suffer from obesity in Egypt find a terrible disparity in the prices of gastric sleeve and gastric bypass surgeries, with the efforts of Dr. Mustafa Gamal (and his principle: Single Patient Use) Single-use surgical instruments for one patient. In spreading and educating patients about the need to search for this point because of its impact on the success and effectiveness of surgery


We provide you with a checklist for instruments in order to review it with the doctor and receive before and after surgery; To ensure that the instruments used are Single Patient Use


Make sure it's ten pieces, not five only

Stapler (one piece)

Ironing Hand (One Piece)

Trocars (3 Pieces)

Pins (5-7 pieces)

The used tools may reduce the cost, but they cause the transmission of viral infection and contamination and increase the possibility of complications and leakage and bleeding.

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