Listen as Dr. Shyam Dahiya describes the incisionless bariatric procedure.
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We are from open surgery big long incisions. We’re going to tiny little cuts with a laparoscopic and now we are going to third step that we can put the scope into the mouth and the instrumentation has developed to a point the gadget is coming of a slowly that we can put the scope in and we can look with the scope having your pouches and we can be like a seamstress. We can stitch it from inside so it’s like an imbrication or crocheting which ever word you like that the pouch that’s made about this size then becomes like this size. And that’s all done through the mouth. There are a couple of companies. There are two different instrumentations, in and out procedure and so far experiences were good.

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