mgb - Davenport, FL

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Dr.Peraglie and Flo were wonderful he is caring ....

Dr.Peraglie and Flo were wonderful he is caring . So grateful to have found him .My life is so much healthier!!Recovery was 1 week and was back at work!! 8 weeks and 36 pounds lighter so far!!I have had no complications. Blood pressure is back to normal dont even think about eating bad foods!! The best thing I have done for myself!! I do have to get some clothes to get me thru though lol.

Before surgery

before surgery

3 months after


Had mini gastric November 7,2013.Procedure went well.Was lil groggy with slight belly ache .Honestly was really not much pain at all!! First 2 weeks were the hardest!Was home next day.

almost 6 months post op

Went to my 6 month yesterday 60 pounds all blood work looked good!!Dr.Peraglie was happy!

4weeks ago

HAve lost 6 since this photo


Quick pic riding with hubby to his gig

Newest pic

MGB explantion everyone asks about

MGB represents an effective bariatric procedure; its safety and minimal postoperative morbidity seem remarkable. Surg Obes Relat Dis. 2014 Feb 15. pii: S1550-7289(14)00055-0. doi: 10.1016/j.soard.2014.02.009. [Epub ahead of print]
Efficacy and safety of laparoscopic mini gastric bypass. A systematic review.
Georgiadou D1, Sergentanis TN2, Nixon A3, Diamantis T4, Tsigris C4, Psaltopoulou T2.
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Laparoscopic mini-gastric bypass (LMGB) is a relatively new bariatric procedure; published studies are accumulating in various settings. The objective of this study was to summarize the available evidence about the efficacy and safety of LMGB.
A systematic search in the literature was performed , and PubMed and reference lists were scrutinized (end-of-search date: July 15, 2013). For the assessment of the eligible articles, the Newcastle-Ottawa quality assessment scale was used.
Ten eligible studies were included in this study, reporting data on 4,899 patients. According to all included studies, LMGB induced substantial weight and body mass index reduction, as well as substantial excess weight loss. Moreover, resolution or improvement in all major associated medical illnesses and improvement in overall Gastrointestinal Quality of Life Index score were recorded. Major bleeding and anastomotic ulcer were the most commonly reported complications. Readmission rate ranged from 0%- 11%, whereas the rate of revision operations ranged from .3%- 6%. The latter were conducted due to a variety of medical reasons such as inadequate or excessive weight loss, malnutrition, and upper gastrointestinal bleeding. Finally, the mortality rate ranged between 0% and .5% among primary LMGB procedures.
LMGB represents an effective bariatric procedure; its safety and minimal postoperative morbidity seem remarkable. Randomized comparative studies seem mandatory for the further evaluation of LMGB.

1 year post op

Has been a great blog in here 1 year!

I first joined in January of 2014 enjoyed getting up for my coffee enjoying blogs and comment and helpful comments. I have hit my 100 ponds off in that time yeahhhhhhhhhhhh !! Chatted with some amazing people .I am doing well here very busy . When a name drops out i worry send messages .Sad to not see comments anymore have to go searching .Don't know if I have to update or what? Enjoy your day havent blogged since changes doin'thave time to search :(
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