Effects of adjustable gastric bands on gastric emptying, supra- and infraband transit and satiety: A randomized double-blind crossover trial using a new technique of band visualization

Paul Burton, Kenneth Yap, Wendy Brown, Cheryl Laurie, Matthew O'Donnell, Geoffrey Hebbard, Victor Kalff, Paul O'Brien

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Abstract

The laparoscopic adjustable gastric band (LAGB) has previously been classified as a restrictive procedure; physically limiting meal size. Recently, the key mechanism has been hypothesized to be the induction of satiety without restriction. Effects can be controlled by modifying LAGB volume, possibly as a result of effects on gastric emptying or transit through the LAGB. Successful LAGB patients underwent paired, double blinded, esophageal transit and gastric emptying scintigraphic studies; with the LAGB at optimal volume and near empty. A new technique allowed assessment of emptying and transit through the infra- and supraband compartments.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1690 - 1697
Number of pages8
JournalObesity Surgery
Volume20
Issue number12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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Effects of adjustable gastric bands on gastric emptying, supra- and infraband transit and satiety: A randomized double-blind crossover trial using a new technique of band visualization. / Burton, Paul; Yap, Kenneth; Brown, Wendy; Laurie, Cheryl; O'Donnell, Matthew; Hebbard, Geoffrey; Kalff, Victor; O'Brien, Paul.

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