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Research Article

Better Results in Weight Loss after the Second Gastrectomy in Re-Sleeve Gastrectomy

Jean-Marc Catheline1*, Marinos Fysekidis2, Hélène Bihan2, Arianna Boschetto1, Rami Dbouk1 and Régis Cohen2
1Department of Digestive Surgery, Centre Hospitalier de Saint-Denis, F-93205 Saint-Denis, France
2Department of Endocrinology, Hôpital Avicenne «Assistance Publique – Hôpitaux de Paris », F-93000 Bobigny, France
Corresponding Author : Jean-Marc Catheline
Department of Digestive Surgery
Centre Hospitalier de Saint-Denis
2, rue du Docteur Delafontaine
F-93205 Saint-Denis Cedex, France
Tel: 33 1 42 35 60 46
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E-mail: [email protected]
Received December 06, 2011; Accepted December 12, 2011; Published December 23, 2011
Citation: Catheline JM, Fysekidis M, Bihan H, Boschetto A, Dbouk R, et al. (2011) Better Results in Weight Loss after the Second Gastrectomy in Re-Sleeve Gastrectomy. J Obes Weig los Ther 1:107. doi:10.4172/2165-7904.1000107
Copyright: © 2011 Catheline JM, et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

Abstract

Background: Sleeve gastrectomy (SG) has been rapidly accepted as a valuable bariatric procedure before its effectiveness on weight loss in the long-term is clearly demonstrated. Re-sleeve gastrectomy (RSG) has been shown to provide promising results for patients with insufficient weight loss after SG.

Methods: Seven patients underwent a re-sleeve gastrectomy procedure for insufficient weight loss after a mean 30±10 month follow-up associated with a dilated gastric pouch seen in upper gastro-intestinal contrast study.

Results:Before SG, mean initial weight was 151 41 kg, mean Body Mass Index (BMI) was 55.4±12.5 kg/m2, 4 had a BMI more than 60 kg/m2 and 3 had a gastric banding before their SG. At follow-up of 12 months after SG, mean weight was 131 ±31 Kg, mean BMI was 48±9 kg/m2, mean %Excess Weight Loss (EWL) was 30 5%, and mean %Excess BMI Loss (EBL) 23 ±3%. At a follow-up of 12 months after RSG, final mean weight was 92 ±10 Kg, final mean BMI was 34±4 kg/m2, and mean %EBL since the second operation (RSG) was 58±17% (mean %EBL since the first operation (SG) was 6618%), and mean %EWL since the second operation (RSG) was 4217%(mean %EWL since the first operation (SG) was 6618%). The RSG resulted in significant mean %EBL (p<0,001) and in significant mean %EWL (p=0,029), compared to the initial SG results.

Conclusion:In patients with insufficient weight loss after SG, RSG resulted in successful extra weight loss.

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