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Intragastric Balloon in Jordan

2 clinic(s) offering Gastric Balloon treatment in Jordan
Doctor Eyad Alqarqaz Obesity Clinic Verified

At Dr Eyad Alqarqaz Obesity Clinic in Amman, we exceed your expectations by providing expert services in the field of bariatric surgeries. Our team of experts collaborates closely for effective results, and demonstrates an undeniable savoir-faire to achieve your goals for a lissome and healthy silhouette. At the leading weight loss surgery clinic in Jordan, your comfort and satisfaction have the ultimate priority.

Dr. Omar Alzain Bariatric Surgery Clinic Verified

Approximately one-third of American adults are considered obese. While bariatric surgery can be a lifeline for individuals who have been unable to lose their excess, unwarranted weight through conservative means, it may not be appropriate for all patients. At the Dr. Omar Alzain Bariatric Surgery Clinic, our team is at the forefront of minimally invasive surgery and advanced robotic technology.

What is Intragastric Balloon?

An intragastric balloon procedure is a non-surgical treatment to help individuals lose weight. It works by allowing patients to feel full after eating a small amount and reduces the stomach’s capacity to hold food. A gastric balloon channels individuals looking for a temporary weight loss solution or if your Body Mass Index (BMI) defines that you need to lose weight before further surgery, such as a gastric bypass.

 

Although gastric balloon options will help you to lose weight, the best weight loss results are combined with a healthy diet and exercise.

 

A Good Candidate for Intragastric Balloon

Candidates in general are all obese people except for those with psychiatric problems. Obesity is defined as one whose body mass index exceeds 30.

 

Treatment with intragastric balloon is already being successfully, the outcome in all patients is a significant amount of weight loss. Clinical results show that two thirds of individuals maintained the weight achieved during treatment with the intragastric balloon, or continue to lose weight after the removal of it.

 

Intragastric Balloon Procedure

A surgical camera called an endoscope is passed down the esophagus, or gullet, enabling the doctor to visually make adjustments. A small balloon is inserted into the stomach using the camera. Once safely in place, the gastric balloon is inflated by adding a saline solution unless a specific model is filled with air.

 

Average Duration of Intragastric Balloon: 20-30 minutes. It is performed under a local anesthetic. Patients usually leave the hospital on the same day.