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Feb 19 2020

Atrial Fibrillation Surgery at Bumrungrad International | Actor and Producer Gary Wood shares his story

Gary Wood was the picture of good health until the night his heartbeat went out of control. It was atrial fibrillation.

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Nov 25 2019

Heart Valve Replacement | Newness of the Heart Valve

Mr. Ahmed Naseem Ibrahim Didi, the father of the Vice President of Maldives, has been suffering from symptoms, such as tiredness, shortness of breath, and chest pain, which is caused primarily from a degenerative condition called aortic valve stenosis of the heart.

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Jul 22 2019

The Time for Summer Travel

It’s that time of year when we leave the office and head out on a little rest and relaxation. For many people, the summer months can be a time for travel home to their native countries

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Jul 19 2019

TAVI: A Minimally Invasive Solution for Aortic Valvular Stenosis

Life expectancy is increasing worldwide due to factors such as improved hygiene and advanced medical care.

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May 22 2019

How Old Are You Really?

Everyone wants to age gracefully, but many of us will develop chronic conditions such as heart disease, adult-onset diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol that may negatively impact life expectancy as well as quality of life.

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Feb 22 2019

Surgery Team’s 15-year Effort to Heal Children’s Hearts

Fulfilling its community responsibilities has been a guiding principle from Bumrungrad Hospital’s early beginnings.

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Feb 11 2019

About Arrhythmia

Arrhythmia is a heartbeat that is too slow, too fast, or irregular. Learn more in our infographic.

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Sep 21 2018

Spotting Hearing and Vision Problems in School-Age Children

School-age children have plenty of challenges to deal with as they go through the stages of development and face the pressures of school work.

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Sep 06 2018

Heart Attacks are Different for Women

What does a heart attack feel like? Movies and TV shows have helped promote the heart attack stereotype of a man in his 60s suddenly grabbing his chest as he is overcome with intense chest pain.

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