“It’s one of the most remarkable stories I’ve ever read.”
“The whole world is looking at me now and wondering how I could have been in that situation.
I just hope it’s a blessing in disguise.”
“When I read that I had a bariatric surgeon working with me and doing the surgery, I was in disbelief.
It was a miracle.”
The surgery, called Ophtalm, is a success story in the UK.
The operation was described by Dr David Cairns as “an absolute blessing in the world”.
The team at London’s Royal London Hospital is confident that the patient’s recovery will go well.
“The bariatric surgeons have done a wonderful job,” said Dr Cairnes.
“They’ve been working for almost five years and I’m so proud to say that they’ve achieved this milestone.”
He added: “We are thrilled with the outcome.
It’s a miraculous story.
It has a lot of positives.”
Dr Cairs bariatric team, pictured, have been working at London Royal London for nearly five years.
The procedure is expected to be completed by the end of the year.
Here’s how it works The surgery involves placing an incision at the bottom of the stomach and the stomach is then opened to allow fluid to flow through.
The incision is made by inserting a plastic tube into the stomach, and then placing the plastic tube in a drain.
The tube is then sealed in place and then filled with liquid to prevent the intestines from absorbing the water.
The surgery is a very important part of the bariatric process, because it removes excess fat, which can cause complications.
The team have been operating for the last three years.
“We have seen so many people come in with problems,” said the bariatrics team’s chief operating officer, Dr David Bremner.
“When we look at their records we find that they had surgery and they are fine, they have no complications and they have full function.”
The team hope the success of Ophtham will inspire others to seek bariatric surgeries in the future.
“It is very important to know that bariatric procedures are safe,” said Bremners co-ordinator, Dr Chris Farr.
“There are strict guidelines for surgeons and we need to follow them.”
“Bariatric surgery is one of those things that will never happen to us, but we have a huge amount of faith that our surgeons will be able to do the surgery safely.”
We’re looking forward to seeing them in the clinic next year and to being able to share with them how much it has meant to us.
“A video of Dr Cains bariatric surgical team’s bariatric procedure has been viewed more than a million times.
My heart is in your hands. “
I can’t believe you did this!
My heart is in your hands.
This is amazing news.
Thanks for sharing this.
I’m going to do it soon.”
“I’m going for a few weeks to try to get back into shape but this is fantastic news.”
“It has saved my life.
My mum is going to be thrilled.
This surgery saved my mum’s life and my son’s life.”
“Congratulations to the baristas at the hospital who put together this amazing video.
The bariatric community deserves better.
Thank you so much for your bravery.”
“This is fantastic.
I want to thank the barista team and the bar doctors for their professionalism and dedication.
I know this is not a regular thing for me but it’s important to share and it’s great to have the community behind you.”
“Thanks for sharing with the world.
I have to say, my heart goes out to the team at Royal London and the surgeons working with you.”
‘It is an amazing story’ “I have never been in a baroque surgery, but I think it’s an amazing thing to do.”
“They’re the best bariatric and orthopaedic surgeons in the country.
I am so proud of them and I wish them the very best.”
I hope this opens doors to the rest of the world.”
I had my bariatric, so I’m sure they’re doing an amazing job.
I can’t wait to see what they can do for me.”
‘A miracle’ The bariatrics operation, known as Ophtm, has been described as a “miracle” by Dr Cannels team.
“My son was doing fine.
I didn’t even think that was possible, but it was,” said his mum, Toni Cairn.
“He had to put up with a bit of discomfort and he said, ‘I’m a bit nervous now.
We all looked forward to the surgery and to seeing”
He did great and the doctors were great.
We all looked forward to the surgery and to seeing