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Products

MiniMizer Gastric Ring, MiniMizer Gastric Band, Calibration Tube, Pinky Trigger, Green Mamba Retractor, P. Galore Band Introducer.

Procedures

Banded Gastric Bypass, Banded Sleeve  Gastrectomy, Banded OAGB/MGB, Adjustable Gastric Banding.

News

RYGB Revision what are my options?
October 8, 2020 13.00 – 14.00 CET more

Primary Banded Gastric Sleeve – Doing it right, the first time!
November 26, 2020 13.00 – 14.00 CET more

The Obesity Epidemic

 

World Health Organization’s current data showing that global prevalence of obesity has tripled since the mid-1970s with more than 1 billion adults being overweight in addition to 650 million adults and 124 million children and adolescents being obese.

This has tremendous impact on health and health related costs globally as obesity is responsible for 41% of uterine cancers; more than 10% of gallbladder, kidney, liver, and colon cancers; 40% of cases of cardiovascular disease; and most cases of type 2 diabetes.

Bariatric Surgery is the only hope for this decade and the early part of this century, to decrease this epidemic.

 

Our Commitment

Bariatric Solutions is dedicated to contribute in the battle against obesity and has continuously made its efforts to make bariatric surgery safer and more effective.

Surgical Techniques and Practical Solutions

Throughout the years various surgical techniques have come and gone. Clinical research is the driver towards more effective and safer types of surgery, leading to new insights and innovations.

Bariatric Solutions supports Evidence Based Medicine and has initiated and endorsed numerous research projects throughout the world. We welcome research initiatives and help wherever we can.

Our endorsement of the scientific platforms for Banded Gastric Bypass, Banded Sleeve Gastrectomy and Banded  OAGB/MGB are another example of our commitment to bring Bariatric Surgery further.

At the base of our organization is the aspiration to bring practical solutions for surgical problems.

With sales in more than 35 countries, apparently we do something right…