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Advancements in Cardiac Care at Bumrungrad's Heart Institute

Bumrungrad International Hospital's Heart Institute is at the forefront of cardiac care, offering advanced treatments and services in several key areas.

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Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis

Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) varies in global prevalence (0.35–13%), influenced by factors like race, gender, and screening methods. It predominantly affects females and has been found in school surveys across urban Bangkok, Thailand, with prevalence rates ranging from 0.91% to 4.62%, including a 4.62% occurrence among 1,818 girls aged 11-13 years.

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Scoliosis Patient Testimonial | Khun Boonsiri Chutinawee’s impressions of scoliosis surgery

Boonsiri Chutinawee, a 15-year-old patient, found out that she had scoliosis after she underwent a health check-up at school. Having noticed an uneven waistline, she lost self-confidence. She then talked with her family about getting surgery as a cure.

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Mastering Heart Health: Advanced Care for Coronary Artery Disease

Coronary artery disease (CAD) is a major contributor to chronic heart failure (CHF) and a serious health concern. The Bumrungrad Heart Institute employs a multidisciplinary approach to set new standards in advanced cardiac care, significantly enhancing treatment outcomes.

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Bumrungrad Experiences: Vietnam Patients Share Their Stories

Join us on an inspiring journey with two Vietnamese women as they share their remarkable healthcare experiences at Bumrungrad International Hospital. Discover their stories of exceptional care, professionalism, and satisfaction, which highlight our commitment to global healthcare excellence.

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Understanding Chronic Abdominal Pain in Children: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Abdominal pain in children is a common concern that can arise from various factors such as intestinal inflammation, bloating, gas, indigestion, or constipation.

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Amidst Heart Failure: A Journey of Hopeful Treatment

Mr. Steven Gerhard Anderson shares with a bright smile, "Today, I feel much better than I did 8 months ago... There's no 100% guarantee of how long I'll live, whether it's another 5 years or 10 years, but as long as my doctors continue to treat me and my condition remains stable, I believe I can live for many more years without needing a heart transplant."

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Cervical cancer: A preventable deadly cancer

According to the World Health Organization, in 2020, cervical cancer is the 4th most common cancer found in women worldwide. We now know that the human papillomavirus or HPV is the main cause of cervical cancer.

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HPV vaccine FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

There are two methods for cervical cancer screening: Pap smear or Co-test. The Co-test method enhances accuracy since it can detect abnormalities at the cellular level.

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