Bariatric Surgery Chennai

உடல் பருமனுக்கு தீர்வு பெரியாட்ரிக் அறுவை சிகிச்சை முறையா?

உடல் பருமனை குறைக்க பல வழிமுறைகள் இருந்தாலும், பெரியாட்ரிக் அறுவை சிகிச்சை முறையும் அதில் ஒன்று. குறிப்பாக சொல்லவேண்டும் என்றால், சாதாரண உடல் பருமனை விடவும், நோய்வயப்பட்ட (morbidly obese) உடல் பருமனுக்கு பெரியாட்ரிக் அறுவை சிகிச்சை முறை ஒரு வரப்பிரசாதம் என்றே கூறலாம். அப்படியென்றால் எல்லா வித உடல் பருமனுக்கும் பெரியாட்ரிக் அறுவை சிகிச்சை முறை தீரவில்லையா என்று நீங்கள் கேட்கலாம். விரிவாக அலசுவோம். உடல் பருமனில் வகைகள் உடல் பருமனை, BMI என்று சொல்லக்கூடிய அளவினை பொறுத்து பல வகைகளாக பிரிப்பார்கள். அது என்ன BMI? கிலோகிராமில் அளவிடப்பட்ட உடல் எடையை சம்பந்தப்பட்டவரின் உடல் உயரத்தை மீட்டர் கணக்கில் இரண்டு மடங்காக பெருக்கி வரும் மதிப்பை கொண்டு வகுத்தால் வரும் மதிப்பு BMI என்று கூறப்படுகிறது. கீழே உள்ள சமப்பாடு (equation) அதனை விளக்கும். BMI = Kg/m2 உடல் எடை(கிலோகிராமில்) / (உடல் உயரம்) 2 இந்த சமன்பாட்டில் ஒருவரின் BMI-ஐ கணக்கெடுத்து வரும் மதிப்பீட்டை பொருத்து ஒருவரின் உடல் பருமன் வகைப்படுத்தப்படும். அந்த வகைப்பாடு கீழே கொடுக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது. BMI மதிப்பு உடல் பருமன் வகை 25-லிருந்து 30 வரை அதிக எடை 30-லிருந்து 35 வரை சுமாரான உடல் பருமன் 35-லிருந்து 40 வரை மோசமான உடல் பருமன் 40-க்கும் மேல் மிக மோசமான உடல் பருமன்   BMI குறித்து மேலும் விரிவாக வாசிக்க வேண்டும் என்றால் இந்த இணைப்பில் சென்று வாசியுங்கள். http://www.springfieldwellnesscentre.com/body-mass-index-bmi/ எந்தெந்த உடல் பருமன் வகையினருக்கு […]

An Introduction to BPD & BDP/DS

  • Bilio Pancreatic Diversion

BPD stands for Bilio Pancreatic Diversion and BPD/DS stands for Bilio Pancreatic Diversion with Duodenal Switch. Dr Maran MDr Maran is an experienced Surgeon in the field of Gastro-enterology. He specializes in Advanced laparoscopic Surgery procedures of the gastro-intestinal (GI) tracts. Dr. Maran is also a leading Bariatric Surgeon in Chennai and has a penchant for addressing problems concerning Obesity. http://www.twitter.com/drmaran

Is Obesity a disease, a lifestyle or socio-cultural phenomenon?

Is Obesity a disease, a lifestyle or socio-cultural phenomenon? In the middle of 2013, the American Medical Association decided to classify and treat Obesity henceforth as a disease. That is a clear stand by the medical world. But is there something beyond? Opinions are divided indeed. Why should AMA classify obesity as a disease in the first place? Dr Maran MDr Maran is an experienced Surgeon in the field of Gastro-enterology. He specializes in Advanced laparoscopic Surgery procedures of the gastro-intestinal (GI) tracts. Dr. Maran is also a leading Bariatric Surgeon in Chennai and has a penchant for addressing problems concerning Obesity. http://www.twitter.com/drmaran

Is it okay to gain weight after Bariatric Surgery?

  • Is it okay to gain weight after Bariatric Surgery?

Is it okay to gain weight after Bariatric Surgery? In our earlier post we said that explained weight loss after a bariatric surgery, one might lose up to 70% of their excess weight. For some it may be a little higher at 75%-80% or for some it may be a little lesser at 60%-65% depending on the measures they take like adhering to the nutritional plan handed by the nutritionist and also incorporating exercises in their life style. Dr Maran MDr Maran is an experienced Surgeon in the field of Gastro-enterology. He specializes in Advanced laparoscopic Surgery procedures of the gastro-intestinal (GI) tracts. Dr. Maran is also a leading Bariatric Surgeon in Chennai and has a penchant for addressing problems concerning Obesity. http://www.twitter.com/drmaran

How much weight do you lose after Bariatric Surgery?

  • Dr Maran, performing bariatric surgery in Chennai, explains the quantum of weight loss achieved after a bariatric surgery.

How much weight do you lose after Bariatric Surgery? This is the most important question of all times lingering in the mind of an individual who is morbidly obese and is planning to undergo a bariatric surgery. So how much weight does one exactly reduce after undergoing weight loss surgery? “On an average an individual may lose up to 70% of his excess weight”, says Dr Maran who does bariatric surgery in Chennai regularly. Dr Maran MDr Maran is an experienced Surgeon in the field of Gastro-enterology. He specializes in Advanced laparoscopic Surgery procedures of the gastro-intestinal (GI) tracts. Dr. Maran is also a leading Bariatric Surgeon in Chennai and has a penchant for addressing problems concerning Obesity. http://www.twitter.com/drmaran

Is Alcohol Consumption a complete no-no after Bariatric Surgery?

  • Is Alcohol Consumption a complete no-no after Bariatric Surgery?

Is Alcohol Consumption a complete no-no after Bariatric Surgery? Let us understand the composition of alcohol before answering whether alcohol consumption is okay or not okay after bariatric surgery. Let us put it straight. Alcohol has no nutritional value. It is basically a type of sugar and hence has more calories. Approximately 1 gm of alcohol gives 7 kcal (1 gm of carbohydrates has 4 kcal). Since the calories are arising out of a non-nutritious food, it is called empty calories. Dr Maran MDr Maran is an experienced Surgeon in the field of Gastro-enterology. He specializes in Advanced laparoscopic Surgery procedures of the gastro-intestinal (GI) tracts. Dr. Maran is also a leading Bariatric Surgeon in Chennai and has a penchant for addressing problems concerning Obesity. http://www.twitter.com/drmaran

Why Most Obese Individuals Have Trouble Continuing Exercise Regimen

  • Dr. M. Maran who regularly does weight loss surgery in Chennai tell us why the obese are unable to exercise continuously

Many gymnasiums run on obese people wanting to reduce their weight. But more often than not the drop out ratio among obese people who have joined the gym is very high. Though there is no available data, the number can be pegged safely at upwards of 70%. That raises a fundamental question, why do most obese people drop out? Is weight loss surgery in Chennai or other cities the only option? Dr Maran MDr Maran is an experienced Surgeon in the field of Gastro-enterology. He specializes in Advanced laparoscopic Surgery procedures of the gastro-intestinal (GI) tracts. Dr. Maran is also a leading Bariatric Surgeon in Chennai and has a penchant for addressing problems concerning Obesity. http://www.twitter.com/drmaran

Why your refrigerator is important?

Obesity and the items present in your refrigerator are closely linked. You may be perplexed by this statement and wonder why! Usually the refrigerator at your home is packed with food of your choice. These foods when served to your body, reacts specific to how it is destined to react. Something good to your body does good and something bad for your health harms your health and shows up in your body. Dr Maran MDr Maran is an experienced Surgeon in the field of Gastro-enterology. He specializes in Advanced laparoscopic Surgery procedures of the gastro-intestinal (GI) tracts. Dr. Maran is also a leading Bariatric Surgeon in Chennai and has a penchant for addressing problems concerning Obesity. http://www.twitter.com/drmaran

How does your body become obese?

The popular perception of how the body accumulates fat and one becomes obese, is consuming fat in the form of deep fried items, cheese and other dairy items, eggs (we often blame the yellow yolk), red meat and nuts. This popular notion is partially, if not completely wrong. Dr Maran MDr Maran is an experienced Surgeon in the field of Gastro-enterology. He specializes in Advanced laparoscopic Surgery procedures of the gastro-intestinal (GI) tracts. Dr. Maran is also a leading Bariatric Surgeon in Chennai and has a penchant for addressing problems concerning Obesity. http://www.twitter.com/drmaran

Ulcer – Understanding a Bit More

Ulcer not only affects the stomach lining, the upper part of the small intestine may also receive such ulcers. Ulcer may also occur in Esophagus (food pipe), rectum and other GI parts also. Ulcer to the stomach and the upper small intestine is medically referred as Peptic Ulcer. Dr Maran MDr Maran is an experienced Surgeon in the field of Gastro-enterology. He specializes in Advanced laparoscopic Surgery procedures of the gastro-intestinal (GI) tracts. Dr. Maran is also a leading Bariatric Surgeon in Chennai and has a penchant for addressing problems concerning Obesity. http://www.twitter.com/drmaran

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Dr Maran is a qualified Surgeon in the field of Gastro-enterology. He is a leading Bariatric Surgeon who also specializes in Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery procedures of the gastro-intestinal tracts. He has penchant for addressing problems concerning Obesity