- Electrolytes imbalance in saltwater near-drowning victims in the Gulf of ThailandSomchai Yongsiri
Faculty of Medicine, Burapha University, Chonburi, Thailand
J Med Assoc Thai 96:1268-72. 2013..Near-drowning victims in saltwater are expected to have multiple electrolytes imbalance that affected treatment outcome. There are limited data about these parameters in Thailand to guide the treatment plan...
- SLE with diffuse alveolar hemorrhage, microangiopathic hemolytic anemia and acute renal failureSomchai Yongsiri
Faculty of Medicine, Burapha University, Thailand
J Clin Apher 27:263-4. 2012..We report a case of a young SLE patient with DAH and ARF who was successfully treated with a course of therapeutic plasma exchange (TPE) plus pulse IV cyclophosphamide. Kidney biopsy revealed an alternative diagnosis...
- Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of spironolactone for hypokalemia in continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis patientsSomchai Yongsiri
Facutly of Medicine, Burapha University, Mueng Chonburi, Thailand
Ther Apher Dial 19:81-6. 2015..6 mEq/L) during the spironolactone treatment period. Spironolactone 25 mg/day does not have a significant effect on serum potassium or urine and peritoneal excretion rate in CAPD patients who have a history of hypokalemia. ..