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What do you need to know about heart transplant in Singapore?

Heart transplant is an option for patients who suffer from end stage heart failure. The Human Organ Transplant Act (HOTA) in Singapore has expanded the pool of potential heart donors.

Treating diabetic foot ulcers

Diabetic foot ulcers are a leading cause of foot amputations. Treating foot ulcers involves checking for infections, debriding the ulcers and other steps.

What are the causes of and treatments for deformed fingers?

Crooked fingers may be mentally and physically troubling, but early treatment may prevent or slow deformities. Find out the causes and the options available.i

Treatments for prostatitis – what and why

{:en}All men are at risk of developing acute or chronic prostatitis, which is an inflammation or swelling of the prostate gland. Acute prostatitis can be life-threatening symptoms include sudden onset of high fever, difficulty in urinating pain, which can be intense,...

Treatments for piles and haemorrhoids

Medication and minimally invasive outpatient procedures, such as rubber band ligation and sclerotherapy, can usually take care of persistent haemorrhoids.

Kidney stones – symptoms and causes

About one in 10 Singaporeans will develop kidney stones. Small stones be harmless, but larger ones could lead to stabbing or throbbing pain and other problems.

How should mitral valve abnormalities be treated?

In severe cases of mitral valve abnormalities, mitral valve surgery might be necessary to repair, or even replace the valve.

Should I seek medical treatment if I stub or jam my finger?

If you’ve stubbed or jammed your finger and are wondering if you should see a doctor, here’s what to look out for to prevent more serious problems in future.

Innovations in prostate treatment without surgery

Enlarged prostate in men will cause slower urine flow, frequent urination or urination problems. There are new innovations to treat it without surgery.

Innovations in virtual surgery

Since 2019, there have been several 5G virtual and remote surgeries performed on humans around the world, upping the ante in surgical treatment profoundly.

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Treatments for piles and haemorrhoids

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Treating diabetic foot ulcers

Diabetic foot ulcers are a leading cause of foot amputations. Treating foot ulcers involves checking for infections, debriding the ulcers and other steps.

Treatments for prostatitis – what and why

{:en}All men are at risk of developing acute or chronic prostatitis, which is an inflammation or swelling of the prostate gland. Acute prostatitis can be life-threatening symptoms include sudden onset of high fever, difficulty in urinating pain, which can be intense,...

Treatments for piles and haemorrhoids

Medication and minimally invasive outpatient procedures, such as rubber band ligation and sclerotherapy, can usually take care of persistent haemorrhoids.

Kidney stones – symptoms and causes

About one in 10 Singaporeans will develop kidney stones. Small stones be harmless, but larger ones could lead to stabbing or throbbing pain and other problems.