Infographics Archives - Vejthani Hospital | JCI Accredited International Hospital in Bangkok, Thailand.
July 23, 2020
Blood in the Stool, a Sign of Colorectal Cancer
A lot of people might misunderstand that blood in the stool is only a sign of hemorrhoid so they ignore it, but the truth is, blood in the stool is also a sign of colorectal cancer.
July 22, 2020
5 Ways to Treat Erectile Dysfunction
Erectile Dysfunction or “Impotence” is one of the most common concerns for men and it decreases men’s confidence and causes anxiety. It is the inability to keep the penis firm during sexual intercourse. No worries! There are several ways to treat erectile dysfunction. Avoid consuming high-sugar and high-carbohydrate foods because foods that are in high […]
July 8, 2020
3 Degrees of Ankle Sprains
People who love playing sports, doing exercise, or wearing high heels might have experienced ankle sprain which people think that it’s just an ordinary symptom that can usually occur on everyone. In fact, if left untreated for a long time, it might cause chronic ankle laxity. Hence, self-observation is very important.
July 8, 2020
Liver Cancer’s Causes
Liver cancer is caused by chronic hepatitis which later on turns to liver cirrhosis. The risk factors usually found in Thailand include.
July 2, 2020
Chest Pain: A Dangerous Sign of Heart Attack
Are you aware that this is a warning sign of some types of lungs and cardiovascular diseases? It’s also one of the dangerous signs of “Heart Attack.”
June 16, 2020
Liver Cancer: A Silent Killer
Most of liver cancer patients usually have no abnormal signs or symptoms, but there are still suspected signs, such as abdominal pain,
June 16, 2020
5 Causes of Heart Palpitations
Have you ever experienced heart palpitations, or irregular heartbeat, or felt strange when you have strong emotions like anxiety, fear, or stress?
June 15, 2020
6 Causes of Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
Men aged around 20 – 30 years old have around 8% of a chance to have erectile dysfunction ( ED ) and it might increase to 37% at the age of 70 – 75 years old.
June 2, 2020
Get a Safe, and Secure Spinal Surgery
A lot of patients might have stress and are afraid of getting a spine surgery because it is a major surgery. Moreover, there are a lot of important nerves around the spine that the spine surgeon needs to be cautious of during the surgery.
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