Affordable Cost of Bariatric Surgery in India Attracts Abroad Patients
Cost of bariatric surgery in India is hardly one tenth of the price that prevails in developed nations of the west like UK, Germany, Canada and the USA. Seeing the affordable cost of weight loss surgery in India patients from abroad destinations are coming in large numbers to bariatric surgery hospitals of Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore and Nagpur. The hospitals of these cities are equipped with modern surgical facilities. The doctors and surgeons working at these hospitals are well versed in the procedures of weight loss surgery like gastric bypass and lap band etc. The medical staff working in Indian hospitals is compassionate, caring and is expert at speaking fluent English. The level of medical amenities in India is equal to that standard which is seen in western countries.
Bariatric surgery is also called weight loss surgery or weight loss surgery. It involves a variety of surgical procedures that is practiced on people who suffer from morbid obesity. In bariatric surgery weight loss is attained by reducing the stomach size with the help of a gastric band. Sometimes a part of stomach is also removed by resecting or rerouting the small intestines to a small sized stomach pouch. Long term studies show that bariatric procedures cause significant weight loss for a long term, these procedures also provide additional benefits like recovery from diabetes, cardiovascular disorders and a reduction in mortality rate by 25% to 40%. Medical studies have however found that there is no survival benefit related to bariatric surgery among older people or severely obese people.
The U.S National Institutes of Health recommend bariatric surgery for those obese persons whose body mass index (BMI) is 35 and above and are seriously suffering from medical conditions like diabetes. However modern researches suggest that bariatric surgery is the right solution for those whose BMI ranges from 35 to 40 without any kind of co-morbidities or a BMI ranging from 30 to 35 with particular co-morbidities. The most recent health guidelines suggest the position statement for BMI as the correct indication factor for bariatric surgery. Recent medical guidelines suggest that any patient with a BMI of more than 30 with co-morbidities is the right candidate to get bariatric surgery. For More Information Please Contact Us At:
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