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Cohort study of depressive moods in Thai women during late pregnancy and 6–8 weeks of postpartum using the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS)
SummaryObjective: To identify depressive moods as measured by the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale in late pregnancy and postpartum, explore associated factors and assess changes in depressive… Expand
Indigenous and tribal peoples' health (The Lancet–Lowitja Institute Global Collaboration): a population study
BACKGROUND International studies of the health of Indigenous and tribal peoples provide important public health insights. Reliable data are required for the development of policy and health services.… Expand
Validation of the Thai Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale for screening postpartum depression
- J. Pitanupong, T. Liabsuetrakul, Arnont Vittayanont
- Psychology, Medicine
- Psychiatry Research
- 15 January 2007
This study aimed to validate and determine an appropriate cut-off score on the Thai Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) as a screen for postpartum depression. A prospective cohort of… Expand
Clinical applications of anxiety, social support, stressors, and self‐esteem measured during pregnancy and postpartum for screening postpartum depression in Thai women
- T. Liabsuetrakul, Arnont Vittayanont, J. Pitanupong
- The journal of obstetrics and gynaecology…
- 1 June 2007
Aim: To assess the clinical applications of anxiety, social support, stressors and self‐esteem as well as the Postpartum Depression Risk Scale (PDRS), measured during pregnancy and postpartum, for… Expand
Positive predictive value of clinical diagnosis of endometriosis.
- S. Cheewadhanaraks, K. Peeyananjarassri, Kriengsak Dhanaworavibul, T. Liabsuetrakul
- Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand…
- 1 July 2004
OBJECTIVE To determine the positive predictive value of the combined symptoms of severe dysmenorrhea with the sign of tenderness and/or nodularity of the cul-de-sac and/or uterosacral ligament(s) in… Expand
Maternal, neonatal, and child health in southeast Asia: towards greater regional collaboration
Summary Although maternal and child mortality are on the decline in southeast Asia, there are still major disparities, and greater equity is key to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. We… Expand
Inadequacy of nutrients intake among pregnant women in the Deep South of Thailand
- Phnom Sukchan, T. Liabsuetrakul, V. Chongsuvivatwong, P. Songwathana, V. Sornsrivichai, M. Kuning
- BMC public health
- 24 September 2010
BackgroundThe deep south of Thailand is an area which has been affected by violence since 2004, yet the concurrent coverage of antenatal care has remained at over 90%. Our study aimed to describe the… Expand
Prophylactic use of ergot alkaloids in the third stage of labour.
- T. Liabsuetrakul, T. Choobun, K. Peeyananjarassri, Q. M. Islam
- The Cochrane database of systematic reviews
- 18 April 2007
BACKGROUND Previous research has shown that the prophylactic use of uterotonic agents in the third stage of labour reduces postpartum blood loss and moderate to severe postpartum haemorrhage. This is… Expand
Trends of abortion complications in a transition of abortion law revisions in Ethiopia.
BACKGROUND Evidence from developed countries has shown that abortion-related mortality and morbidity has decreased with the liberalization of the abortion law. This study aimed to assess the trend of… Expand
Obstetricians' attitudes, subjective norms, perceived controls, and intentions on antibiotic prophylaxis in caesarean section.
- T. Liabsuetrakul, V. Chongsuvivatwong, P. Lumbiganon, G. Lindmark
- Social science & medicine
- 1 November 2003
Over 10% of current births in all countries of the world are delivered by caesarean section. Single-dose ampicillin or cefazolin administered after cord clamping has been proven to be effective for… Expand