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Frequently Asked Questions for Spine Surgery

  Information for After Surgery The patient will awake from surgery with various tubes attached to the body that may include a urinary catheter, IVs, a tube to drain blood from the wound, and one to record the vitals of various organs. After the patient awakes, the doctor will conduct a full…

Dental Implants. Replacing a missing tooth, bringing back your confident smile.

  A missing tooth should always be replaced. Dental implants is one of the best treatment option for a patient who have lost teeth. Patients will be able to eat normally and have a confident smile.   What is a dental implant? An implant is a titanium or ceramic root that is surgically positioned…

Metabolic Syndrome - Carrying Too Much Fat Around Your Waist Can Lead to Serious Health Problems

  Metabolic syndrome is a collection of disorders that increase your risk of developing cardiovascular disease, stroke, hypertension, and type 2 diabetes.  The causes of metabolic syndrome are complex. Physical inactivity and excess weight are the main underlying contributors to the development of…

How To Care For A Wound. What To Do Before Going To See A Doctor

  We have all had cuts and scrapes that we can take care of at home. But what about more serious wounds – What should we do before going to see a doctor? Whether you have a minor or a more serious open wound, it is important to take quick action. Some open wounds can be treated at home, but this is…

What Is A Wound Clinic?

While there are many departments and clinics in a big hospital, you might not be aware that there is a wound clinic. Dr. Att Nitibhon, director of surgery at Bangkok Hospital, explained the definition of a wound clinic as below. The Wound Clinic focuses on the evaluation and treatment of chronic…

GERD in Children

The hardest and most difficult component of diagnosis in children is identifying clearly if a child has heartburn, normal acid reflux or acid reflux that is an indication of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD). Normally, a child in his/her first year will experience symptoms of GERD. Despite…

What is GERD?

    Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a chronic digestive disease. GERD occurs when stomach acid or, occasionally, stomach content, flows back into your esophagus. The reflux irritates the lining of your esophagus and causes GERD. Both acid reflux and heartburn are common digestive…

Symptoms of GERD

A major indicator of GERD in adults is constant heartburn, characterized by pain in the chest area, in the middle of the stomach, tightness around the throat, and a burning sensation in the heart which can be often mistaken as a symptom of heart disease. In children below the age of 12 and some…

Treatment of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)

Treatment will depend on the symptoms and age of the patient. Your physician may recommend medication to reduce acid in the stomach in the early stages of GERD.Medications include: 1. Antacids and H2-blockers -These are normally administered first and helps to reduce acid and prevent acid reflux.…

It Has Been a Bad Flu Season. Here Is How You Can Prevent It

  Influenza (flu) is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. While cold and flu viruses spread rapidly in indoor environments like offices, they can also spread at outdoor work environments. This occurs when they become airborne or contaminates a surface that many people…