Health Care

Ambulatory Chemotherapy Care Center

About Us

Chemotherapy Center Wattanosoth is ready to treat every type of cancer with chemotherapy by a team of oncologists and multidisciplinary medical professionals who can provide consultation on every detail. Patients will begin the treatment process suitable for their specific staging by being physically and mentally prepared to stop the growth and spread of cancer cells effectively to prevent recurrence and with less to themselves and their family.

Our Strengths

  • Our nurses have been trained on how to administer chemotherapy to reduce chances of unwanted side effects.
  • Private room during chemotherapy.

Medical Services

Cancer treatment varies from patient to patient, depending on each individual’s cancer type, staging, and symptoms. Each patient is under the care of a medical oncologist.

Medical Devices and Treatment Techniques

The medical team will review and plan treatment regimen by choosing the regimen that is suitable for each individual patient. These treatment plans include:

  • Chemotherapeutic agents to destroy the cancers. These can be oral medications or intravenous injections to control the spread of cancer as well as alleviate the symptoms (in cases where cancer cannot be cured).
  • Hormonal therapy to prevent certain types of cancer, such as breast cancer, from growing. It may either stop the production of certain hormones or prevent the growth of cancer cells.
  • Targeted therapy aims to interrupt growth signals within the cancer cells so that they will not divide. This class of therapeutic agents has the least side effects than chemotherapy. It may be administered concurrently with chemotherapeutic agents and other techniques depending on the cancer stage and the patient’s overall status.
  • Immunotherapy induces the patient’s own immune system to effectively get rid of cancer cells and control their growth in the body.
  • Monoclonal antibodies can prevent the growth and spread of cancer cells. These antibodies will bind specifically to certain proteins expressed by the cancer cells.
  • Molecular diagnostics or genetic testing can help find the most suitable treatment technique for each individual patient.

How To Prepare for Treatment

Cancer treatment process, whether chemotherapy alone or in combination with surgery, radiation, or hormones, may be a single agent or multi-agent, depending on the type of cancer and staging. Patients should prepare themselves prior to treatment as follows:

  • Boost your health by eating healthy food.
  • Eat food that can be easily digested, refrain from spicy food, and drink at least 2 – 3 liters of water per day.
  • Get enough rest.
  • Visit your dentist before receiving chemotherapy to check for tooth decay and gum inflammation.
  • Get a blood test to assess your physical condition prior to treatment.
  • Eat some food at least 2 – 3 hours prior to start of chemotherapy and urinate beforehand.
  • Inform the doctor immediately if you have any side effects or experience abnormal episodes during the treatment.