Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty is an endoscopic procedure performed for the treatment of obesity. The procedure is a restrictive bariatric procedure to treat obese patients ideally suited to patients with a BMI in range of 28-33. It encourages weight loss by restricting the stomach size so it holds only a limited amount of food. This helps patients to eat less without hampering the normal digestive process. The patients feel full after a smaller meal and feel hungry after longer intervals.
Advantages and Disadvantages of endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty:
Risks and Complications: