Bumrungrad International Hospital organizes a press conference of the Neurocritical Care Unit (NCCU)

December 06, 2022

Open House to treat life-threatening and critically-ill neurological patients.


The nervous system is complex because it manages and controls other organs and bodily functions. Hence, any neurologic condition can be detrimental and lead to permanent disability or death. However, much of the danger of neurologic diseases can be avoided or mitigated through early detection and advanced treatment by an experienced neurological intervention team.
As Bumrungrad International Hospital is a private hospital providing quaternary care, the Neurocritical Care Unit (NCCU) plays an important role by strengthening the capabilities of the Neuroscience Center to treat critically ill patients more effectively and ensuring improved patient outcomes. Bumrungrad aims to reduce secondary brain injury, which may lead to disability or death, instances where primary brain injury has occurred earlier. Patient safety lies at the core of everything Bumrungrad does to help patients obtain the best outcomes possible.
Mrs. Artirat Charukitpipat, CEO of Bumrungrad International Hospital, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Taveesin Tanprayoon, Chief Medical Officer of Bumrungrad International Hospital, Dr. Roekchai Tulyapronchote, Director of the Neuroscience Center and Neurologist at Bumrungrad International Hospital, Professor Dr. Sirintara Singhara Na Ayudhaya, Interventional Neuroradiologist at Bumrungrad International Hospital, Associate Professor Dr. Yot Navalitloha, Neurosurgeon at Bumrungrad International Hospital, Dr. Tagann Chaisam, Neurologist at NCCU Bumrungrad International Hospital, Dr. Pavis Laengvejkal, Neurologist at NCCU Bumrungrad International Hospital were present at the press conference with Dr. Thassanawut Dhearapanya, Director of Clinical Development as moderator.









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