Full Sense Device – The End of Obesity

Our nation has been facing this problem for years: obesity. Many obese people have suffered through the horrendous process of gastric bypass surgery, where the stomach is reduced to about the size of a walnut and connected to the middle of the small intestine. The patient suffers almost unbearable side effects that make one think if the cons outweigh the pros of this surgery.

But now, doctors may have an alternative. The esophageal stent hold the esophagus open is used in patients who have difficulty swallowing. Is it possible that this could also hold open the small bowel?
Dr. Randy Baker has recently tried this procedure in a patient who had previously undergone gastric bypass. The results were astonishing. A woman who, previously, was restricted to a liquid diet as a result of the gastric bypass, could now eat solid foods without becoming sick and is losing weight in the process.
Baker set out to create the Full Sense Device, which can be inserted through the mouth and placed in less than 10 minutes. The device can remain in place for up to six months, and patients lose weight through “implied satiety”. After 6 months, patients on average lost 75% of excess body weight with no severe adverse side effects stated a report on Monster.com.
This amazing new product can enable patients to lose excess weight in a non-surgical, effective procedure.