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India is a growing destination for medical tourism, and people from all over the globe are looking to visit India for their medical needs. According to reports, the medical tourism in India is expected to gain annual growth rate of 30% as a sector.

Medical needs are common to all people of different countries, but seemingly there is no decrease in the cost of medical treatments, at least in the Western countries. The United States leads the chart of being one of the costliest countries to get treatment. Healthcare portal of India provides necessary information related to all the issues that patient travelling from abroad may face.

India healthcare system is growing in its appeal to foreigners because of the growing state-of-the-art technology offered at a far lower price. An estimate says that around 3,000,000 people will visit India for low-cost medical treatment this year. Looking at the trend of past years, it is clear that this figure will grow as the facilities improve, and more steps are taken by the government to encourage the sector.

India healthcare system provides various advantages to people around the world. Some of these include:

Assessing the situation is a proactive manner, the Indian government has decided to take necessary steps to enhance the infrastructure, and provide required assistance to grow the industry.

On-arrival visas are offered to the residents of many countries, and some restrictions have also been removed to allow patients visit India more frequently.

Treatments


Weight loss surgery in Iran (bariatric surgery)

Weight loss surgery


Weight loss surgery, technically called bariatric surgery, includes a range of procedures aimed at helping people with obesity lose weight in a short period of time. Studies show that weight loss surgery causes a significant long-term weight loss, leading to improvements in obesity-related health conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and high blood pressure.

Generally, weight loss surgery is recommended for people with one of the following conditions


    • Obesity, that is BMI above 30.
    • BMI above 35 with serious obesity-related problems, such as diabetes, severe joint pain, or sleep apnea that would improve with weight loss.
    • BMI above 30 with specific conditions, including a combination of diseases like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, and sleep apnea.
    • Certain races (Southeastern Asians and Indians) that experience the effects of obesity at lower BMIs are eligible for weight loss surgery at a lower BMI (27.5).

Depending on the patient’s condition, the surgeon chooses the most suitable method among the various weight loss surgeries to achieve the most optimal result. Some of the techniques limit the amount of food you can take, some affect how you digest food, and some make changes to your stomach or small intestine, or both. The 6 most common weight loss surgeries (also called “bariatric surgery”) are explained fully below.