Mini Gastric Bypass (OAGB)
Gastric mini-bypass is a simplified method requiring one gastrointestinal anastomosis. Widely used for several years, with efficiency comparable to the classical method. The gastric mini-bypass achieves its effects by creating a small elongated gastric capsule from which the rest of the stomach is permanently separated. The main advantage of this procedure is that there is only one anastomosis (stomach -> intestine).
KCM Clinic is one of the few specialized hospitals in Central and Eastern Europe that uses modern 3D laparoscopy technology during bariatric operations. The latest 3D imaging techniques enable the highest quality image visualization and safety of the treatment. As a result, patients are operated with much greater accuracy and recover faster.