General Purpose: To inform the audience
Specific Purpose: I want to inform my audience to understand what gastric bypass is, what their benefits are, and who it affects.
I. Attention Getting Device: Did you know that roughly 69 percent of adults are considered to be overweight and over 41 percent of adults are considered obese? An estimated 112,000 deaths are related with obesity each year. Gastric Bypass procedure promotes a typical weight loss of 65% of excess body weight in the first year and 80% of excess weight lost by the second year.
II. Relevance to the audience: Now that I told you that almost 69 percent of adults are considered overweight, take a look around. Considering the facts, that means according to the statistics of the American Medical Association (Ogden C. L.), one of the people sitting next to you are overweight. If you personally are blessed with the benefits of good genetics and genes, then there is at least one person who you know who is considered overweight. As you can see I am overweight, and I actually undergone the Sleeve Gastrostomy.
III. Thesis: There are different types of Gastric Bypass procedures that can help save lives not only for the person who is overweight, but for their loved ones as well.
IV. Preview of main points: As someone who has had the surgery done and researched information on this topic, I would like to talk with you about the different types of Gastric Bypass procedures there are, and how it not only benefited myself, but how it benefits approximately 200,000 people a year, not including the people that they are surrounding as well. Body:
I. Main Point: What is Gastric Bypass? What different kinds/types are there? Who gets it? Where does it take place-in body, why people get it, and how does someone qualify?
A. Support- Gastric Bypass procedures (GBP) are any of a group of similar operations that
Cited: Barix Clinics America 's Leader in Bariatric Surgery. 2014. . Ogden C. L., Carroll, M.D., Kit, B.K., & Flegal K.M. "Prevalence of Childhood & Adult Obesity in the United States." Journal of the American Medical Association 311 (2014): 806-814.