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Sleep Quality and Associated Factors Among Firefighters in Bangkok, Thailand: A Cross-sectional Study

Piyachaiseth N, Sithisarankul P, Ratanachina J

Objectives: Professional firefighters face various health hazards and are required to maintain both physical and mental fitness to effectively mitigate crises and respond to emergencies. Moreover, the long working hours...
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Attention-deficit/hyperactive-impulsive disorder symptoms among grade 1 students with reading disorder in Thailand

Sarisuta P, Chunsuwan I, Hansakunachai T, Sritipsukho P

Background: Reading disorder is the most common comorbid condition with attention-deficit/hyperactive-impulsive disorder (ADHD) in school-aged children. Purpose: This study compared symptoms of ADHD among children in grade 1 at risk of...
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The Growing Problem of Radiologist Shortage: Thailand’s Perspective

Euathrongchit J

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Accessory infraorbital foramen location using cone-beam computed tomography

An D, C KK, Vorakulpipat C, Ngamsom S, Kumchai T, Ruangsitt S, Chaiyasamut T, Wongsirichat N

Background: Accessory infraorbital foramen (AIOF) can change the normal course of emerging branches of the infraorbital nerve and blood vessels exiting the infraorbital foramen (IOF). This study aimed to examine...
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Sentiment and Topic Modeling Analysis on Twitter Reveals Concerns over Cannabis-Containing Food after Cannabis Legalization in Thailand

Lerksuthirat T, Srisuma S, Ongphiphadhanakul B, Kueanjinda P

Objectives: Twitter has been used to express a diverse range of public opinions about cannabis legalization in Thailand. The purpose of this study was to observe changes in sentiments after...
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Current issues in evaluation and management of osteoporosis in Thailand

Charoenngam N, Pongchaiyakul C

Osteoporosis is a major public health issue in Thailand, which increased morbidity, mortality, and health-care utilization. The objective of this review is to provide current perspectives on epidemiology, evaluation and...
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Trematode metacercariae and adults in cyprinoid fish from Khun Thale Swamp in Surat Thani province, Thailand

Kamchoo K, Chai JY

The present study aimed to determine the infection status of trematode metacercariae and adults in cyprinoid fish from the Khun Thale Swamp in Surat Thani, Southern Thailand, with epidemiologic and...
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An Open Label Randomized Controlled Trial of Ivermectin Plus Favipiravir-Based Standard of Care versus Favipiravir-Based Standard of Care for Treatment of Moderate COVID-19 in Thailand

Sarojvisut P, Apisarnthanarak A, Jantarathaneewat K, Sathitakorn O, Pienthong T, Mingmalairak C, Warren DK, Weber DJ

Background: The role of ivermectin in the treatment of moderate coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is controversial. We performed an open label randomized controlled trial to evaluate the role of ivermectin plus...
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Perspectives on veterinary education in Thailand

Nantavisai S, Pagdepanichkit S, Jattuchai J, Sawangmake C, Choisunirachon N, Tiawsirisup S, Suradhat S

Veterinary education is the foundation of veterinary services in the country. Starting from the service sector in the army, veterinary education and practice in Thailand have been standardized and progressed...
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Molecular identification and characterization of Lumpy skin disease virus emergence from cattle in the northeastern part of Thailand

Seerintra T, Saraphol B, Wankaew S, Piratae S

Background: Lumpy skin disease (LSD), a disease transmitted by direct and indirect contact with infected cattle, is caused by the Lumpy skin disease virus (LSDV). The disease affects cattle herds...
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Genome characterization and mutation analysis of human influenza A virus in Thailand

Rattanaburi S, Sawaswong V, Nimsamer P, Mayuramart O, Sivapornnukul P, Khamwut A, Chanchaem P, Kongnomnan K, Suntronwong N, Poovorawan Y, Payungporn S

The influenza A viruses have high mutation rates and cause a serious health problem worldwide. Therefore, this study focused on genome characterization of the viruses isolated from Thai patients based...
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Disparities in Access to Systemic Treatment for Breast Cancer in Thailand and Major Asian Territories

Ithimakin S, Parinyanitikul N, Kim SB, Yap YS, Tsang J, Soong IS, Ozaki Y, Ohno S, Ono M, Chan JJ, Cheng HCS, Dejthevaporn T, on behalf of BIG-Asia Collaboration

Purpose: Breast cancer (BC) treatment has shifted from chemotherapy to targeted therapy. Several targeted agents have demonstrated an improvement in survival. Given that national healthcare resources were correlated with the cancer...
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The Effects of Personality and Attitude on Risky Driving Behavior Among Public van Drivers: Hierarchical Modeling

Tanglai W, Chen CF, Rattanapan C, Laosee O

Background Traffic injuries have become a significant public health problem in low- and middle-income countries. Several studies have examined the role of personality and attitude toward traffic safety in predicting driving...
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Prevalence of Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase (G6PD) Deficiency among Malaria Patients in Southern Thailand: 8 Years Retrospective Study

Khammanee T, Sawangjaroen N, Buncherd H, Tun AW, Thanapongpichat S

Erythrocytes deficient in glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) is more susceptible to oxidative damage from free radical derived compounds. The hemolysis triggered by oxidative agents such as primaquine (PQ) is used for...
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QTc prolongation in patients with COVID-19: a retrospective chart review

Pornwattanakavee SP, Priksri W, Leelakanok N

Drug-induced corrected QT (QTc) prolongation can cause Torsade de Pointes (TdP) which leads to severe arrhythmia or sudden cardiac death. However, information on the prevalence of QTc prolongation in coronavirus...
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Protection Motivation Theory and Rabies Protective Behaviors Among School Students in Chonburi Province, Thailand

Laorujisawat M, Wattanaburanon A, Abdullakasim P, Maharachpong N

Objectives: The aim of this study was to predict rabies protective behaviors (RPB) based on protection motivation theory (PMT) among fourth-grade students at schools in Chonburi Province, Thailand. Methods: This cross-sectional...
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Sex estimation using radius in a Thai population

Jongmuenwai W, Boonpim M, Monum T, Sintubua A, Prasitwattanaseree S, Mahakkanukrauh P

The estimation of sex is an essential component of forensic osteological analyses, and the potential of an incomplete radius for sex determination of human remains is investigated. The present study...
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Colistin resistance and plasmidmediated mcr genes in Escherichia coli and Salmonella isolated from pigs, pig carcass and pork in Thailand, Lao PDR and Cambodia border provinces

Pungpian C, Lee S, Trongjit S, Sinwat N, Angkititrakul S, Prathan R, Srisanga S, Chuanchuen R

Background Colistin and carbapenem-resistant bacteria have emerged and become a serious public health concern, but their epidemiological data is still limited. Objectives This study examined colistin and carbapenem resistance in Escherichia coli and...
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Identification of Unmet Healthcare Needs: A National Survey in Thailand

Chongthawonsatid S

Objectives: This study examined demographic factors hampering access to healthcare at hospitals and suggests policy approaches to improve healthcare management in Thailand. Methods: The data for the study were drawn from...
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The effectiveness of Police General Hospital’s fracture liaison service (PGH’s FLS) implementation after 5 years: A prospective cohort study

Amphansap T, Stitkitti N, Arirachakaran A

Objectives The purpose of the study is to assess the effectiveness of fracture liaison service (FLS) after 5-year implementation to close the secondary fracture care gap, ensuring that patients receive osteoporosis...
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