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Dr. N. Ramesh Narenthiranathan


Background
Claim business
SPECIALITY
Neurosurgery
CLINIC
Ara Damansara Medical Centre (ADMC),
ParkCity Medical Centre (PMC),
Subang Jaya Medical Centre (SJMC)
LOCATION
Ara Damansara, Malaysia
LANGUAGE(S)
Bahasa Malaysia, English, Tamil
CONDITION TREATED
Brain tumors, Cerebrovascular diseases, Hydrocephalus , Skull base tumors, Spinal cord diseases, Spinal diseases, Stroke, Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
PROCEDURES DONE
Brain aneurysm surgery, Cancer treatment, Cerebrovascular surgery, Endoscopic cranial surgery, Endoscopic skull base surgery, Image-guided spine surgery, Image-guided surgery (IGS), Skull base surgery, Stroke treatment

 


Service /Price Details
Clinic Hours in Tropicana Medical Centre

Wednesday & Friday : 2:00pm - 5:00pm*

*by appointment only

Clinic hours

  Mon Tue Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun
AM 09:00-13:00 Ara Damansara Medical Centre  ParkCity Medical Centre Ara Damansara Medical Centre   ParkCity Medical Centre Subang Jaya Medical Centre Ara Damansara Medical Centre  
PM 14:00-17:00 Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur Subang Jaya Medical Centre Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur      
               
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Dr Ramesh claimed that typical Malaysians don't know how to handle or assist victim of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). A victim of TBI will face problem during their normal daily routine, as TBI affects how the brain cells work, and once a brain cell stops working, information couldn't be transferred from one to another. This affect the emotion, physical, cognitive ability hence victim's daily life.
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Subang Jaya Medical Centre consultant neurosurgeon Dr Ramesh Narenthiranathan says depending on the severity of the brain injury (and unless the person is brain dead), he can recover. "The human body is not made to be supine. If you leave the patient lying down, he remains like that forever. The biggest mistake is to give up because we think it is the end of the road for the patient. He is unlikely to be the person he was before the injury but the aim is not to be bedridden and be able to perform normal tasks such as bathing or brushing teeth. Sadly here, even among doctors, they think patients with brain injury are waiting to die. That is not true. When doctors give up, patients won't recover. Rehabilitation is an important part of brain injury recovery. For me as long as patients are not brain dead there is hope."
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