Coronavirus Treatment in Thailand

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Bangkok Hospital Phuket
3.5

From 206 verified reviews

Ian McNeil, 28 July 2020

I woke up with food poising the morning we were to head home on a 30 hour travel time to canada. Went there around 12:00 pm and told them i had to catch a flight out of thailand at 11:00pm i was treated in and out in around 2 hours. The facilities were immaculate one of the best hospitals i have ever visited and service was immediatiate i had an IV in my arm in 10 minutes of arriving they gave me meds for my journey home and i made it home with no problems. Hope i never have to go back but if i did that'ss the only hospital id visit in Phuket! I was told it cost alot to go there from my hotel but i had insurance but when i left the bill was only 6700 Baht around $290CAD which was cheap for the blood work the iv drugs and medication for the trip home!

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Sikarin Hospital
4.4

From 299 verified reviews

jaeyun choi, 21 September 2020

My husband had surgery here, the doctor took good care of it, used social security, the nurses were good, but there were some who couldn't answer. May cause some ear irritation

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Kamol Hospital
3.9

From 45 verified reviews

Sarah. Lynn Westonn, 06 January 2020

Has. Been. And. Still. Is. A. Great. Hospital. For. Me. To. Have. My. SRS. Surgery. In 21 Jan. 2020. The. Staff. Have. Been. Great. Even after. Had. A. Major. PTSD. Attack. And. Had. To. Change. Dates. And. Pitchet. From there. Hospital. Has. Be. Ever. So. Nice.

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Phuket Plastic Surgery Institute (PPSI)
4.0

From 4 verified reviews

Andrea83, 07 March 2020

I had breast implants done here 2 years ago with dr witoon ... best experience and best surgeon not a single problem or complaint.. I'll go back there for sure

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Bumrungrad International Hospital
3.5

From 380 verified reviews

James Snowden, 21 June 2020

One of the best hospitals I have ever been to. The customer service, quality of care and cleanliness is by far much better than all USA hospitals I have been to.

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Bangkok Smile Aesthetic Clinic
4.5

From 79 verified reviews

สําเนา เหล็กพิมาย, 03 August 2020

Great, come to the regular scaling service 👍

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Yanhee International Hospital
3.4

From 159 verified reviews

周天宇, 29 March 2020

Not bad, service is good, I just saw my teeth in this hospital today

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Thonburi Hospital
4.2

From 35 verified reviews

John Stokes, 14 April 2020

Best hospital in Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand, and the best hospital I have ever been a patient.My heartfelt thanks to Doctor Surachai and all the wonderful nurses who took care of me after my motorcycle accident in neighbouring Laos.

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Bangkok Hospital Hua Hin
3.2

From 94 verified reviews

Vivienne GOODEY, 16 April 2020

I broke my ankle on my 3rd day in Hua Hin back in [6th] November 2019. I was taken to hospital and straight into Trauma unit where I saw Mr Waipop, Orthopaedeic Surgeon who wiggled my foot back to it's normal position and arranged for cardiologist [I have atrial fibrillation] to see me before my op on the 12th November. I opted for a spinal block op and the anaesthetist was such a lovely man, unfortunately I didn't get his name but he looked after me all the way to my private room on ITU. The nursing staff were second to none and Mr Waipop came in every day of the 5 days there to clean and dress my ankle - it was broken in 2 places. It mended very well and cleanly with no infection. The after care was also extremely good and I have nothing but praise for the whole team who looked after me during my stay and post op treatment. I have now been discharged! Many thanks to you all, Vivienne Goodey

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Chiangmai Ram Hospital
4.8

From 5 verified reviews

Elizabeth Taljaard, 25 May 2020

Very swift and professional service. Dr spoke excellent English and the staff were very friendly and helpful.

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What you need to know about Coronavirus Treatment in Thailand

Coronavirus Treatment

Late 2019, authorities identified a new coronavirus outbreak in China that has now reached other countries. The virus is known as severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), while the disease is called coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and also known as Wu Han Virus, after the city, it is believed to have originated from. If you have the symptoms of COVID-2019 or you have possibly been exposed to the virus, contact your doctor immediately to get proper help and advice and seek Coronavirus Testing. 

What does the Procedure Involve?

There are currently no antiviral medications recommended to treat COVID-19. Treatment is mostly aimed at relieving symptoms, which may include cough syrup or medication, pain relievers, rest, and fluid intake. If your doctor thinks that you can be treated at home, you will be given special instructions, such as isolating yourself as much as possible from anyone (including family) and staying at home for a period of time. In severe cases, you may need to be treated in the hospital and stay in isolation away from other people until you have recovered. 

How Long Should I Stay in Thailand?

The length of stay in the hospital and in Thailand can vary. If you are in Hospital, at Home, on Holiday you will be quarantined and you will continue to undergo throat swabs for the virus for 5 to 14 days. This is to determine if you are still contagious and will mean you will need to stay in the country and avoid being in close contact with anyone for at least two weeks while you recover. 

MyMediTravel currently lists 13 facilities in Thailand offering Coronavirus Treatment procedures - see above for the complete list, along with estimated prices. The price of a Coronavirus Treatment can vary according to each individual’s case and will be determined based on your medical profile and an in-person assessment with the specialist. For a personalized quoteClick Here to submit your details

What's the Recovery Time?

Recovery time of COVID-19 varies, depends on the severity of the disease, your overall health, and your age. According to Harvard Health, people who have mild symptoms may recover within a few days, while those with pneumonia will need more time (ranging from days to weeks). In severe, life-threatening cases, it may take months for the person to recover.

What About Aftercare?

Since it is common for viruses to exist in low levels within the body even after recovery, you will still need to be careful, particularly in your household setting. Do not share drinks or food and ensure that you wash your hands frequently. Always take the necessary precautions to avoid spreading the disease while at home or anywhere else. Bear in mind that recovery does not necessarily make you immune to the disease.

What's the Success Rate?

Little is known about the virus. Investigations and research about the virus are still ongoing, so the exact number of success rates and mortality rates are likely to change further as more cases are confirmed. Several groups of people have a high risk of developing complications due to the disease, including very young children, people aged 65 or older, and women who are pregnant. Those with any pre-existing health conditions are also at high risk. 

Are there Alternatives to Coronavirus Treatment?

There are currently no alternatives to coronavirus treatment. There is also no vaccine available to prevent infection. However, prevention is best. Always follow the standard precautions, such as washing your hands with soap and water frequently.

What Should You Expect Before and After the Procedure

Before treatment, you may experience symptoms of the coronavirus and you may have spread it to other people. Theirs is also a small chance that the disease may become life-threatening. After Isolation and rest, any symptoms should be relieved and your chance of spreading the virus to other people will be reduced.

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