The SADI-S (Single anastomosis duodeno–ileal bypass with sleeve gastrectomy) a new safe bariatric procedure that is composed of a restrictive and a mala-absorptive with high results and less invasive that a Roux Y bypass. Restrictive portion of the surgery involves removing 75 to 80% (gastric sleeve) and the mala-absorptive portion of the surgery reroutes a lengthy portion of the small intestine.
We recommend the SADI-S as a great second time surgery form patients with a gastric sleeve with excess weight remain, it is excellent for long-term success as well on the following observations were reported on the resolution of obesity related comorbidities following the duodenal switch: type 2 diabetes 99%, hyperlipidemia 99%, sleep apnea 92%, and hypertension 83%. Also the patients have a higher occurrence of smelly flatus and diarrhea, although both can usually be mitigated through diet, including avoiding simple carbohydrates.
This surgery takes about 1.30min to 2hrs on the operation room, 30 min to 1hr on the recovery room. After 4hrs the patient is able to walk, recovery is very fast one of the advantages of laparoscopic surgery. All medication like antibiotics, ant nausea, and analgesics are administrate intravenous, a Jackson Pratt drain is left for patient security which is taking out on the third day of hospitalization. The surgery requires 3 days of hospital. All our patients get a private room with Tv, Air-conditioned, Restroom, and a sofa where a companion can stay overnight.
A patient will experience a very fast recovery over the 3 days of hospitalization a patient usually can go back to work after a week of the surgery.
A rapid weight loss, patients tend to loss up to 40lbs the first month and will continue to loss up to 90% of the excess weight in 6 to 8 months.
The surgery is a combination of mala absorption a restriction the gastric sleeve created at first time on the surgery will hold 8 to 10oz of food, and the intestine switch provides a mala absorption.
SADI-S is also performed laparoscopic witch safe one time on the second anastomosis.
This surgery removes the area of production of ghrelin which is responsible of hunger. When people do this surgery always mention we eat because you tell us to eat not because we are hungry anymore.
It is ideal for people with metabolic diseases related to overweight such as diabetes, hypertension method, hyperlipidemia.
This procedure is not recommended on GERG or Reflux