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Posted on : June 2, 2010

Surfing Injuries

Surfing Injuries Although surfing is thought to be a relatively risk free sport, with an incidence between 3 – 4 injuries per 1000 days of surfing, we think it’s wise that you know what to ...
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Posted on : June 2, 2010

Sore throat

Sore Throat We might just call the sore throat a common sore, since it is as common as the common cold. It could happen to anyone, anywhere and anytime. It can be an early sign of many diseases, ...
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Posted on : May 5, 2010

BIMC Ambulance Fleet

“In an emergency situation, time is of the essence”. Everyone would agree with this statement, however, more should be added, time is of the essence “to get help” for ...
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Posted on : February 10, 2010

Saved One Soul

AYANA Resort and Spa Bali is not only a lovely resort to spend your holiday in Bali, but also a safe place to stay. Among the many qualifications of their staff, is first aid certification. ...
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Posted on : December 4, 2009

BIMC Hospital has installed...

BIMC Hospital has recently installed Global Positioning System (GPS) units into their Advanced Life Support Ambulances in order to improve response times and streamline dispatch operations. BIMC ...
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Posted on : November 11, 2009

Athlete’s Foot

Don’t be fooled if you ever get this diagnosis.  It doesn’t mean you’re eligible to compete for a gold medal.  Here’s the real truth about athlete’s foot. The ...
What is swine flu?
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Posted on : August 13, 2009

What is swine flu?

Swine flu is a highly contagious acute respiratory disease of pigs caused by influenza A virus.  It causes high levels of illness and low death rates in pigs. Swine influenza viruses may ...
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Posted on : August 11, 2009

BIMC Hospital, 11 Years of ...

Another year has past, and this year in 2009, BIMC celebrated its 11th anniversary on July 27th. This is not just a celebration of 11 years of existance, it is also a celebration of the ...
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Posted on : July 16, 2009

Snoring and Sleep Apnea

More than 30% of adults snore, at least a few nights each week.  Imagine how many people’s sleep are disrupted from one person’s loud snore and what is more a concern is when snoring ...
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Posted on : July 16, 2009

Digital Imaging X-ray

The discovery of x-ray by Wilhem Roentgen in the late 1800s is one of the greatest contribution in medicine. From an X-ray we can know problems happening inside the human’s body. Further ...
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Posted on : July 15, 2009

Blocking the Sun

Ultraviolet rays in sun light can cause serious and often irreversible harm to the body. This can range from eye damage to the more extreme, skin cancer. Prevention must start from early age. For ...
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Posted on : July 15, 2009

Motion Sickness

Why are people more likely to get car sick in the back seat than in the front? Why are drivers less likely to get car sick than front seat passengers? Why do some people get sick in the car only ...
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Posted on : June 30, 2009

Traveling with babies

Traveling with babies can be a surprisingly delightful experience, as long as our fulfillment of their basic needs is kept pretty much on schedule… their schedule. Babies aren’t as fragile ...
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Posted on : June 30, 2009

Pre-Travel Vaccination for ...

Pre-Travel Vaccination for Adult Travelers to Bali When and which vaccination to get before traveling to Bali. It is strongly recommended that you consult your doctor for traveling advice and ...
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Posted on : June 30, 2009

Dehydration

Dehydration due to a combination of heat and gastrointestinal problems is common among travelers. Make sure that there is adequate fluid intake, including some “sports drinks”. Babies and ...
Accident
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Posted on : June 30, 2009

Accident

Accidental death is still the largest cause of demise in travelers worldwide. Wear your seatbelt, helmet, and protective clothing because you need to, not because the law (or lack of it) says you ...
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Posted on : June 28, 2009

Charity Surgery

BIMC Hospital and Yayasan Kemanusiaan Indonesia collaborated for the treatment of 4 year old Putu Gede Dewantara from Gianyar. The child broke his left elbow after falling down from his bike. His ...
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Posted on : May 28, 2009

Post Holiday Check up: Chol...

After a month full of parties and dinners, you should consider to have a cholesterol check up. You might need to decide a low cholesterol diet as your new year’s resolution. Cholesterol is a ...
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Posted on : May 28, 2009

FLU, COLD, and ALLERGY

Know more about FLU, COLD, and ALLERGY The symptoms are similar, but one is more serious than the other, know which one. Know what to do from our symptom check list. What are the Differences? ...