Obesity Surgery

, Volume 24, Issue 1, pp 109–113

Laparoscopic Single-Anastomosis Duodenal–Jejunal Bypass with Sleeve Gastrectomy (SADJB-SG): Short-term Result and Comparison with Gastric Bypass

Authors

    • Department of SurgeryMin-Sheng General Hospital
  • Kuo-Ting Lee
    • Department of SurgeryNational Cheng-Kung University Hospital
  • Kazunori Kasama
    • Department of SurgeryYotsuya Medical Cube
  • Yosuke Seiki
    • Department of SurgeryNational Cheng-Kung University Hospital
  • Kong-Han Ser
    • Department of SurgeryMin-Sheng General Hospital
  • Shu-Chun Chun
    • Department of SurgeryMin-Sheng General Hospital
  • Jung-Chien Chen
    • Department of SurgeryMin-Sheng General Hospital
  • Yi-Chih Lee
    • Department of International BusinessChien Hsin University of Science and Technology
Original Contributions

DOI: 10.1007/s11695-013-1067-z

Cite this article as:
Lee, W., Lee, K., Kasama, K. et al. OBES SURG (2014) 24: 109. doi:10.1007/s11695-013-1067-z

Abstract

Laparoscopic duodeno–jejunal bypass with sleeve gastrectomy (DJB-SG) has been introduced as a novel metabolic surgery from Asia recently. It provides benefits of avoiding the risk of remnant gastric cancer, minimization of malnutrition from duodenal switch. Here, we introduce the technique of single-loop anastomosis duodeno–jejunal bypass with sleeve gastrectomy (SADJB-SG) and compare with other gastric bypass surgeries. Fifty morbid obese patients underwent our novel procedure, laparoscopic SADJB-S from 2011 to 2013. Operative complication, weight loss, and diabetes remission were followed. All procedures were completed laparoscopically. The mean operative time was 181.7 ± 38.4 min, and the mean hospital stay was 3.8 days. Three minor early complications (6 %) were encountered but no major complication was noted. There was no significant difference in perioperative parameters between the SADJB-SG and gastric bypass except a longer operation time. The mean BMI decreased from 38.4 to 25.4 at 1 year after surgery with a mean weight loss of 32.7 % which is higher than gastric bypass. Laparoscopic SADJB-SG appears to be an ideal metabolic/bariatric surgery, whereas the efficacy is non-inferior to gastric bypass.

Keywords

Sleeve gastrectomyDuodeno–jejunal bypassSingle anastomosis

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