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Single Anastomosis Duodenal Ileal Bypass for Sleeve Revision

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Single Anastomosis Duodenal Ileal Bypass (SADI) for Sleeve Revision

The goal of this study is two part: 1) to add to the literature which is still somewhat sparse with numbers of patients undergoing the Single Anastomosis Duodenal Ileal Bypass (SADI) as a revision for laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG) and 2) to have a treatment option for our Kaiser Permanente patients who seek additional assistance after a LSG with persistent morbid obesity and the comorbidities that come with it.

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Procedure - Single Anastomosis Duodenal Ileal Bypass (SADI)

The purpose of the research is to study additional weight loss and resolution of comorbidities in patients who undergo revision of their sleeve gastrectomy to a Single Anastomosis Duodenal Ileal bypass (SADI). The sleeve gastrectomy which you have already undergone is now the most common bariatric procedure performed. This operation was part of a 2-stage operation known a Duodenal Switch (DS) which was a sleeve gastrectomy followed by a long bypass of the intestine that involved 2 connections. T ...read more on ClinicalTrials.org

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Single Anastomosis Duodenal Ileal Bypass (SADI) as a Second Stage for Sleeve Gastrectomy Weight Loss Failure

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NCT04165694

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