Atherectomy in Thailand

Atherectomy is a vital procedure performed to treat peripheral artery disease, where plaque buildup narrows the arteries, limiting blood flow. By removing or dissolving this plaque, atherectomy improves blood circulation, mitigating the risk of severe cardiovascular complications.

In Thailand, atherectomy is performed by highly skilled vascular specialists using state-of-the-art technology, ensuring you receive the highest quality care. Coupled with Thailand's renowned hospitality and affordable healthcare, your journey to improved vascular health is set to be a comforting and rewarding experience. Opt for atherectomy in Thailand and take the first step towards renewed health and vitality.

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Thailand

$5,000 - $7,000

United States

$20,000 - $30,000

Australia

$7,000 - $10,000

Mexico

$6,000 - $8,000

Please note that the prices provided are estimations and may vary based on various factors. Additionally, these prices do not include flights or accommodation.

All prices are in USD.

What is Atherectomy?

Atherectomy is a non-invasive procedure designed to treat peripheral artery disease (PAD), a condition characterized by plaque buildup in the arteries. This procedure involves the removal or dissolution of plaque in your blood vessels, thereby improving blood flow.

Although atherectomy and angioplasty both treat plague build up in the arteries, during an atherectomy the plague is removed by using a shaver or a laser to cut the plague away while an angioplasty inflates a balloon in the artery to expand it and place a stent to keep the artery open for better blood circulation.

With atherectomy in Thailand, you will receive top-notch care from highly trained vascular specialists using advanced medical technology.

Preparing for Atherectomy

Before the procedure, you'll undergo comprehensive diagnostic tests, such as an angiogram, to evaluate the condition of your arteries. Discuss your medical history and the potential risks and benefits of the procedure with your doctor. Pre-procedure preparation in Thailand is centered on personalized patient care, ensuring you are both physically and mentally ready for the procedure.

The Atherectomy and Recovery Process

Atherectomy is typically a one to two-hour procedure performed under local anesthesia. Post-procedure, patients usually spend a few hours in the hospital for observation before being discharged. Follow-up care includes medication, regular check-ups, and lifestyle changes. When choosing atherectomy in Thailand, you're assured of a comprehensive recovery plan within a caring and patient-centric environment.

The Costs of the Procedure

Quality of care should be the foremost consideration when choosing a medical destination. Thailand offers high-standard healthcare services at a considerably lower cost than many Western countries.

The cost for atherectomy in Thailand typically ranges from approximately USD 5,000 to USD 7,000.

The exact cost for atherectomy can vary depending on factors like the specific condition of the patient's arteries and the hospital's fees. Opt for atherectomy in Thailand to benefit from a combination of affordability and exceptional medical care.

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Locations

Best Hospitals for Atherectomy in Thailand

MedPark Hospital
MedPark Hospital

MedPark Hospital is a state-of-the-art healthcare facility that opened in 2020. With a spacious 90,000 square meter building and over 30 departments, the hospital is equipped to handle a wide range of patient needs. It has 550 beds for inpatients and 300 examination rooms, all outfitted with advanced medical equipment to provide the highest quality of care.

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Bumrungrad International Hospital
Bumrungrad International Hospital

Bumrungrad was founded in 1980 and is Southeast Asia's largest private hospital. It is one of the world's most popular medical tourism destinations, treating over 1.1 million patients annually of which many are overseas patients. Bumrungrad was the first hospital in Asia to receive JCI accreditation and has since received awards from numerous other agencies for its medical services.

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Bangkok Hospital
Bangkok Hospital

Bangkok Hospital was one of Thailand's first private hospitals when it was opened in 1972. It has since grown to one of the most well-known hospital networks in the Asia-Pacific area and is a popular destination for both Thais and foreigners for its medical services. Bangkok Hospital has 53 locations across Thailand of which 14 have JCI accreditation.

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Samitivej Hospital
Samitivej Hospital

Samitiviej Hospital is a renowned healthcare institution in Thailand that is known for its exceptional medical services and advanced facilities. It has multiple hospitals, including a children's hospital, and treats many international patients. Samitiviej has received numerous awards and accolades, including JCI accreditation, and is a popular choice for top-quality medical care.

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Common Questions

How much does atherectomy cost in Thailand?

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The cost for a atherectomy in Thailand typically ranges from approximately USD 5,000 to USD 7,000. Please note that this is an estimate and actual costs can vary based on specific factors such as the patient's individual circumstances and the clinic or surgeon's fees.

Is it safe to do Atherectomy in Thailand?

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Thailand has some of the best hospitals and medical facilities in the world, with highly skilled doctors and state-of-the-art technology. These facilities are accredited by international organizations, such as the Joint Commission International, ensuring that they meet global healthcare standards.

Konkai only works with accredited facilities to ensure that our clients receive safe, effective, and reliable medical care. We have done extensive research and vetting to ensure that the hospitals and clinics we work with provide the highest quality of care and meet the same standards as medical facilities in developed countries. We prioritize your well-being and only recommend medical facilities that we would trust to provide care to our own loved ones.

Does my insurance cover Atherectomy in Thailand?

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Whether medical insurance covers Atherectomy in Thailand or not depends on the individual policy. Some policies cover the procedure, while others may not. It's important to check with your insurance provider to find out if Atherectomy is covered and if there are any restrictions or limitations on coverage for medical procedures performed outside of your home country.

Some policies may require pre-authorization or pre-approval for medical procedures performed outside of your home country.

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