Gastric pacemaker - Further information
How does a gastric pacemaker work?
The device is implanted into the body in a small surgical procedure and supports weight reduction in two ways. On the one hand, it causes a faster feeling of satiety by means of electronic impulses via a stimulation electrode and on the other hand, with the help of sensor technology (receiving electrode), it documents when and for how long affected persons eat and drink.
This information, in combination with a movement protocol, helps to better understand nutritional and lifestyle habits and to develop an individually adapted strategy for permanent weight reduction. This makes it clear that this procedure requires a high degree of initiative and a willingness to change one's diet.
The Leading Medicine Guide's quality assurance is ensured by the following acceptance prerequisites.
- At least 10 years of experience in medical treatment
- Mastery of modern diagnostic and surgical procedures
- Representative number of annual surgeries, treatments and therapies
- Outstanding focus of treatment in their special field
- Active member of a leading national medical society
- Managerial position
- Active participation in medical conferences, symposia etc.
- Research and teaching
- Reputation and recommendation
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