Our expert bariatric team will carefully assess your eligibility for the operation from your BMI, your medical history and your personal commitment to dietary and lifestyle change.
The Body Mass Index as an indicator of the obesity of the human body was initially developed by the Belgian statistician Adolphe Quetelet in 1850ties and is expressed as the person’s weight divided by person’s height square.
International classification of adult weight categories:
Body Mass Index criteria for weight-loss surgery:
Our BMI calculator will let you easily calculate your BMI (Body Mass Index).
Issues that will be assessed by our expert bariatric team to make a final decision whether the weight-loss surgery is safe and appropriate tool for you, will include your –
Weight-loss surgery should not be considered a magical solution itself. One of the most important issues for a lifetime success after your weight loss surgery is personal commitment to follow your surgeon’s guidelines for diet, lifestyle change and daily physical activities. It is critical to assess your weaknesses already upfront the surgery to be able to really change your daily habits.