World's heaviest man goes under blade in Mexico
GUADALAJARA: The world's heaviest man, who at one point weighed very nearly 600 kilograms (1,300 pounds), has experienced fruitful gastric sidestep surgery, his specialists in Mexico said.
"The surgery was very fruitful. Be that as it may, now we need to sit back and watch how he reacts to the (systemic) change. How about we trust everything goes well," Castaneda said.
The technique has left the patient "very fragile", and he is as a rule nearly checked, Castaneda said.
Franco, who at his pinnacle tipped the scales at 595 kilograms, was informed that keeping in mind the end goal to be qualified for surgery, he needed to lose a lot of his underlying mass. He likewise needed to get his diabetes and pulse under control.
The operation was given the green light when specialists said they were satisfied with his consistent advance and inspiration, which denoted a change for Franco, who had invested years in bed.
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