Question:

How does a gastric balloon surgery work?

Answer:

A gastric balloon is an inflatable silicone balloon that is placed into the stomach of the patient with an endoscopic, non-surgical procedure. The balloon is then filled with a sterile saline solution until it reaches the dimension of a grapefruit. The balloon reduces the size of the stomach promoting a feeling of fullness.

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