Piyavadee Nuchkull

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BACKGROUND Patients with atopic dermatitis (AD) have increased susceptibility to irritants. Some patients have questions about types of water for bathing or skin cleansing. OBJECTIVE We studied the pH of water from various sources to give an overview for physicians to recommend patients with AD. METHODS Water from various sources was collected for(More)
BACKGROUND Daily bathing with antiseptic cleansers are proposed by some physicians as an adjunctive management of atopic dermatitis (AD). As atopic skin is sensitive, selection of cleansing products becomes a topic of concern. OBJECTIVE Our purpose is to evaluate the pH of various antiseptic body cleansers to give an overview for recommendation to(More)
BACKGROUND Different clinical features of skin diseases have been addressed between aging patients and non-aging patients. However, data focusing on the clinical features of chronic urticaria (CU) in aging patients especially in the Asian population are still limited. OBJECTIVE This study aimed to investigate the clinical characteristics of CU in aging(More)
BACKGROUND The clinical role of house dust mite (HDM) in atopic dermatitis (AD) is still controversial. OBJECTIVE The aim of the study is to assess the prevalence, clinical relevance and characteristics of adult-onset AD patients with positive skin prick tests (SPT) to mites. METHODS The case record forms of adult-onset AD patients who underwent SPT at(More)
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