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Is ROSE procedure usually successful?

The ROSE procedure typically yields positive results.

Before you decide to go through this intervention, you will learn more about its advantages and the potential outcome you can expect.

This is a relatively new procedure, but it usually brings positive results to most of our patients. The outcome of the intervention varies, however, with each patient. Moreover, ROSE also poses fewer health risks than open surgical revision.

Restorative Obesity Surgery Endoscopic (ROSE) procedure is recommended to patients that have regained weight after a gastric bypass. This incisionless method restores the pouch and stoma size close to the original postoperative measurements, ensuring the best results. Research shows that 88 percent of patients undergoing the ROSE procedure stopped regaining weight.

Normal pain to expect after the ROSE procedure

You might have the sensation of a sore throat or swollen lips right after the surgery, but this feeling will soon pass. There are usually no other symptoms reported after ROSE. Because this surgery does not involve an incision, the patient’s recovery is significantly enhanced. Moreover, due to the same approach, there is minimal postoperative pain. Most patients do not complain about feeling any discomfort.

There are numerous other advantages of undergoing the ROSE procedure, such as:

  • reduced scarring
  • minimized pain
  • quick recovery time
  • decreased postoperative risks

Everyone requires a unique treatment approach; therefore, our team is prepared for any situation, conducting a complete examination of your overall condition to determine that the ROSE procedure is safe and suitable for you.


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Source: https://www.cedars-sinai.edu/Education/Medical-Library/