Transit Bipartition surgery is a metabolic surgical method developed for the treatment of type 2 diabetes and enables weight loss in obese patients with a body mass index higher than 30. The surgery consists of connecting 1/3 of the end of the small intestine to the stomach as an alternative route. The connected part of the small intestine in the stomach is where the small intestine and large intestine meet. Therefore, foods that pass through here stimulate the hormones of the small intestine to control diabetes. The operation is performed laparoscopically under general anesthesia.
Transit Bipartition is a surgical treatment that was developed to balance the increased consumption of food with a high glycemic index.