Sleeve gastrectomy, also referred to as vertical sleeve, gastric sleeve, or tube gastrectomy, is a surgical procedure performed for the treatment of obesity. The procedure is a restrictive bariatric surgery to treat extremely obese patients with a high BMI of 40 and above.
Laparoscopic RnY gastric bypass is a minimally invasive procedure in which a small pouch is created by stapling the stomach along its upper portion. Roux-en-Y gastric bypass is the most common gastric bypass surgery.
One Anastomosis Gastric bypass(OAGB) is a weight loss surgery which involves reducing the size of the stomach to promote early satiety and bypassing a section of the intestine to limit food absorption. This is usually carried out by the Roux-En-Y procedure in which the stomach and intestine are reconnected by creating two new communications or anastomoses.
Gastric balloon, also called endoscopic intragastric balloon, is a non-surgical weight-loss procedure which involves the insertion of a specialized balloon inside the stomach to occupy space and limit the food carrying capacity of the stomach. This makes you feel full sooner and limits your intake to smaller portions.
Endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty (ESG) is a minimally invasive weight loss procedure that reduces the size of your stomach (around 70%) using a special suturing device that is attached to the end of an endoscope. This procedure restricts your food intake so you feel full quicker and helps you to cut down on calories and achieve an ideal weight.