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Gastric Band Hypnotherapy

Gastric Band Hypnotherapy Is A Virtual Gastric Band That Results In Quick Weight Loss. The Session Has Been Produced By Clinical Hypnotherapist Jon Rhodes. Gastric Band Hypnotherapy is unique because it convinces your subconscious mind that you have a gastric band fitted. Your mind thinks that your stomach is now much smaller than it really is. This leads to a remarkable change in your behaviour. When eating you now feel full much sooner than before. Often just half your normal portions leaves you feeling satisfied. This causes you to naturally eat much less than you did before, which leads to rapid and sustainable weight loss. You can now effortlessly reduce your eating without feeling hungry all the time. You simply go about your life and the weight falls off you every day. It really is that simple. When you buy the Gastric Band Hypnotherapy pack you will receive a zip file that contains: Gastric Band Hypnotherapy Band Fitting MP3 Run Time: 10.32 m.s. Gastric Band Hypnotherapy Band Inflation MP3 Run Time: 14.45 m.s. Gastric Band Hypnotherapy Band Post-Op MP3 Run Time: 12.42 m.s. Gastric Band Hypnotherapy Reversal MP3 (should you ever wish to remove the mind band) Run Time: 12.10 m.s. Gastric Band Hypnotherapy Pdf eBook Guide 6 Pages Read more here...

Gastric Band Hypnotherapy Overview

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Complete Hypnotic Gastric Band Program

The I-gastric Band Hypnosis Weight Loss Program Helps To Shrink Appetite, End Emotional / Habit Snacking. Four Full-length Hypnotic Gastric Band Weight Loss Mp3s, And Four Free Bonus Ebooks. Professionally Recorded By Harley Street Trained Hypnotherapist. Now You Can Lose Weight And Get The Body You Desire Even If You've Tried And Tried Before And Failed Due To Lack Of Willpower or Motivation, or Boredom. When you relax and listen to each full-length recording, you will discover: Firstly, just how wonderful it is to be in the natural, hypnotic state! We go in and out of hypnosis naturally all day long, without probably even realizing it. Its a perfectly safe state to be in and has no negative side effects at all. Its only under hypnosis that were able to access our subconscious mind, and its here that we store our eating habits. By using hypnosis, we can change our habits quite easily, meaning that we can naturally reprogram the way we eat. Youll understand exactly how anyone can lose all of their unwanted fat simply by relaxing and listening to the soothing sound of the clear English hypnotic voice its not as tough as you think to lose weight in this way (and its probably different than you think, too)! The secret hypnotic way to naturally wanting to eat more healthily, cutting your portion size and taking more beneficial exercise. Youll have no food cravings at all as you actually enjoy your weight loss journey, because no foods are considered naughty or not allowed, so youll remain interested and on track till you reach your goal weight. Youll simply find yourself wanting healthier alternatives and smaller portions instead. How to finally say no to calorie-laden treats and not feel any deprivation at all. In fact, youll feel completely empowered as you confidently push aside those foods that will stop you reaching and maintaining your desired weight

Complete Hypnotic Gastric Band Program Overview

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Author: Lynda Scrivener

Laparoscopic Biliary And Gastric Bypass

Distal Biliary Obstruction

The first series of animal experiments were reported by Nathanson and co-workers who utilized a sutured cholecystojejunostomy in a pig model.46 An intra-corporeal anastomosis was performed in six animals, five of whom subsequently underwent ligation of their common bile duct. In all cases, 4 weeks following this procedure the bilioenteric anastomosis was noted to be patent and bilirubin less than 5 mol l. A combined biliary and gastric operation in a porcine model was examined by Patel and colleagues.47 They demonstrated the feasibility of such a procedure. A similar study by Rhodes et al48 showed that there is a 0 anastomotic stricture formation at 12 weeks if a 6 cm anastomosis was created. A combined biliary and gastric bypass procedure was investigated by Schob et al, who performed a double Roux-en-Y loop cholecystojejunostomy and gastroenterostomy in 10 pigs.49 On completion of the study only one animal was noted to have an anastomotic failure. Combined biliary and gastric bypass...

Robotic Assisted Adjustable Gastric Banding

Robotic-assisted adjustable gastric banding is also performed at select institutions. Three of 11 surveyed robotic-assisted bariatric surgeons in the United States were using the da Vinci System in 2003 4 . At the University of Illinois at Chicago, we began randomizing patients to robotic or laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding placement in 2001. We found similar outcomes in length of hospital stay and weight loss, although the operative time was significantly longer in the robotic group 4 . In our experience, we were able to distinguish the advantages of the robotic approach from the disadvantage of increased operative time. It was apparent that patients with BMI greater than 60 would benefit most. In these patients, the increased torque on conventional laparoscopic instruments makes precise operative technique vastly more difficult. Robotic instruments are thicker (8 mm), and the mechanical system is able to deliver more force while operating in these patients with thick...

Robotic Assisted RouxenY Gastric Bypass

Robotic Gastric Bypass Set

The procedure that benefits most from robotic assistance in the field of bariatric surgery is the gastric bypass. Our group currently uses the system to perform a robotic-assisted, hand-sewn gastrojejunostomy for completion of the laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass procedure. The operative room is set up as shown in (Fig. 9.1). The first part of the opera Fig. 9.1 Operating room set up for esophageal surgery and gastric bypass Fig. 9.1 Operating room set up for esophageal surgery and gastric bypass geal injury) or adding an additional stapler line after passing the anvil transgastric. In addition, our survey of national robotic surgeons revealed that 107 cases of robotic-assisted Roux-en-Y gastric bypasses were performed by seven surgeons in the United States in 2003 4 . The main utility of the robotic system was found to be in creating the gastrojejunostomy, the articulating wrists, three-dimensional view, and motion scaling, allow a precise hand-sewn anastomosis 4 (Fig. 9.2)....

Bariatric Surgery

The field of bariatric surgery benefited greatly from the introduction of minimally invasive techniques. Robotic-assisted surgery represents a small but growing subset of minimally invasive surgical applications that enables surgeons to perform bariatric procedures with minimal alteration of their current laparoscopic or open technique. A survey of surgeons in 2003 showed that only 11 surgeons in the United States were currently using a robotic surgical system for bariatric surgery 4 . The reason for this is the small number of bariatric cases performed laparoscopically (10 ) in the United States and the limited number of institutions

Dietary Interventions

Bariatric surgery causes weight loss through either a diminished capacity for intake or malabsorption. A long-term analysis of 10 non-PWS adolescents with a mean weight of 148 kg demonstrated a mean 5-year weight loss of > 30 kg in 90 of patients only 1 patient regained the weight. Bariatric surgery was initially attempted in PWS in the early 1970s. Gastro-plasties were performed with the goal of decreasing PWS-related hyperphagic tendencies. More than half of PWS patients required subsequent revisions of the gastric pouch due to inadequate weight loss. The overall experiences with bariatric surgery in PWS are summarized in Table 1. The reported outcomes of bariatric Table 1 Outcomes of bariatric surgery in Prader-Willi syndrome Gastroplasty

Types of Obesity Surgery

Gastric restriction Gastric restriction can by achieved by gastroplasty or gastric banding. Gastro-plasty techniques involve the fashioning of a proximal pouch of the stomach by vertical stapling and a constrictive band opening, thereby restricting the Gastric banding involves the external 'pinching off' of the upper part of the stomach with a band usually made of Dacron. A modification of the gastric banding is an inflatable circumgastric band attached to a subcutaneous reservoir that allows access by a hypodermic syringe to inject or withdraw fluid thereby tightening or enlarging the bandwidth. This operation can be performed laparoscopically, significantly improving the perioperative safety of operating for the severely obese patients. Gastric restriction operations require strict dietary compliance because an intake of high caloric liquids or soft foods are not inhibited by the narrow outlet and may explain a failure to lose weight. The advantage of these techniques is very low...

Pathophysiology of Stone Formation

Rapid weight loss is a recognized risk factor for cholesterol gall stone formation. As many as 30 of obese patients on restricted calorie intake may develop (usually asymptomatic) gall stones. This rate is higher, up to 50 , for obese patients who undergo gastric bypass surgery. It has been shown that hepatic cholesterol secretion increases in patients with low calorie intake. Other predisposing factors for the same patients are increased mucin secretion and decreased gall bladder motility. Gall stone formation may be prevented in this high-risk population possibly through prophylactic administration of a bile salt, ursodeoxycholic acid.

Conclusion

Geal surgery, bariatric surgery, donor nephrectomies, rectal surgery, etc. However, in the era of evidence-based medicine, larger studies conducted in prospective randomized fashion still need to be performed to verify the perceived clinical benefits. The velocity of the expansion of the robotic-assisted surgery is going to depend on the greater experience of the surgeons and the introduction of more technological advances.

Respiratory System

The obesity-hypoventilation syndrome may be associated with, or exacerbated by, obstructive sleep apnea, a syndrome characterized by repeated collapse of the upper airway and cessation of breathing with sleep. Obstructive sleep apnea occurs when the tongue obstructs the glottis and prevents entry of air into the trachea. Up to 50 of massively obese people have sleep apnea. The risk of arrhythmias and sudden death increases during apneic episodes. Weight reduction usually reduces the severity of sleep apnea, and massive weight reduction, such as that after gastric bypass surgery, eliminates the disease in most patients.

Anemia

MEGALOBLASTIC ANEMIA Dietary deficiency of cobalamin (vitamin B12) or folate is uncommon. A deficiency state leads to megaloblastic anemia. Pernicious anemia is a result of poor absorption of cobalamin or extrinsic factor. Intrinsic factor is produced by the parietal cells of the stomach and combines with cobalamin in the duodenum, enabling its absorption in the small intestine. Pernicious anemia is a result of a lack of intrinsic factor secondary to an autoimmune destruction of the parietal cells of the stomach. Gastric bypass and severe gastrointestinal disease also may result in a decreased production of intrinsic factor and thus absorption of cobalamin. Cobalamin is essential for the production of nucleic acids. Consequently, rapidly dividing cells such as the hematopoetic cells and mucosal lining are affected most. The most common systemic complaints associated with pernicious anemia are fatigue, weakness, shortness of breath, headache, parathesias, and diminished vibratory and...

Subject Index

Ball trocar 102 bariatric surgery 75 Barrett's esophagus 85 basal metabolic rate (BMI) 77 basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF) 140 bench model 37 biliary pancreatic diversion with duodenal switch (BPD-DS) - surgery 80 gastric banding - robotic-assisted 77 gastric bypass 76 gastric cancer 80 gastroepiploic arteries 109 gastroesophageal reflux 85 gastrointestinal endoscopy 38 gastrointestinal stromal tumor (GIST) 115 gastrojejunostomy 77

Critical Analysis

The morbidity and mortality associated with esophagectomy is related to the gastroplasty, esophagogastrectomy and surgical incisions. The first two aspects are not modified by video-assisted surgery. However, with smaller incisions the postoperative benefits are more appealing. But obtaining these benefits must not alter overall survival rates. Owing to the short follow-up period, data regarding the survival rate are not yet available. One might add that staging is the most important determinant of survival (Table 21.1), and it is unlikely that the new surgical methods can modify this picture. The available literature does not permit a pertinent conclusion since the series are poorly representative and the samples are not comparable.

Obesity

Leptin and other hormones or antagonists has much future promise, but so far has been effective only in rare patients with specific defects. Surgical gastroplasty has proven the most successful long-term therapy for massively obese adults, possibly because of suppression of ghrelin, increased satiety, and reduced hunger, but morbidity and mortality is variable and the option of major surgery should be

Virtual Gastric Banding

Virtual Gastric Banding

Virtual Gastric Band Hypnosis Audio Programm that teaches your mind to use only the right amount of food to keep you slim. The Virtual Gastric Band is applied using mind management techniques, giving you the experience of undergoing surgery to install a virtual gastric band or virtual lap-band, creating a small pouch at the top of the stomach which limits how much food can be eaten. Once installed, the Virtual Gastric Band creates the sensation of having a smaller stomach that is easily filled and satisfied with smaller amounts of food.

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