Who developed gastric bypass?

Answer Dr. Edward E. Mason of the University of Iowa developed the gastric bypass technique. The development came after he observed that women who underwent partial stomach removal to treat ulcers didn't ... Read More »

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What is gastric bypass?

Gastric bypass is a major surgery designed to help people lose weight. Typically, gastric bypass is an option for people who are extremely obese or who have health problems related to their weight.... Read More »

I had Gastric Bypass surgery in 1/06 Roux-en Y.?

I had no idea, so i looked it up for you. People seem to be saying that they can take tablets ok as long as they aren't too huge. Capsules are fine because they are soft and dissolve easily. If you... Read More »

Who performed the first gastric bypass?

The first gastric bypass surgery was performed in 1966 by Dr. Edward E. Mason. He observed that females who underwent partial gastrectomy surgery for peptic ulcer remained underweight and had trou... Read More »

What can I eat after gastric bypass?

Gastric bypass surgery is a procedure that helps fight weight gain. It involves making the stomach smaller and creating a way for food to bypass some of the small intestine. People eat less followi... Read More »