The Study of Interface Pressure between Wheelchair Patients and Dental Platform Prototype

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  • Vichathai W, Loharjun B, Wathanadilokul U,Chayopitak N, Tungpimolrut K, Sripanaratanakul S, Leevarakarn S

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Interface pressure, Dental platform, Wheelchair patient

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01-04-2019

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วีรนันท์ วิชาไทย ท.บ.,อ.ท.,บุษกร โลหารชุน พ.บ.,ว.ว.,วท.ม.,อุบลวรรณ วัฒนาดิลกกุล พ.บ.,ว.ว.,วท.ม., ณัฐพล ชโยพิทักษ์ ปร.ด., กนกเวทย์ ตั้งพิมลรัตน์ วศ.ด., สมศักดิ์ ศรีพนารัตนกุล ท.บ., สายทิพย์ ลีวรกานต์ ท.บ.,ว.ท. The Study of Interface Pressure between Wheelchair Patients and Dental Platform Prototype. j dept med ser [Internet]. 2019 Apr. 1 [cited 2022 Aug. 15];44(2):101-7. Available from: https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JDMS/article/view/246850

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