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  • JANUARY-MARCH
    Vol. 45 No. 1 (2021)

    I hope this message finds you well. This is the first issue of TCA this year, the beginning of our 45th year. In this issue, there are two very interesting obstetrics and gynecology discipline; one regarding abnormal uterine bleeding and another is about preterm labor. Moreover, you will have a chance to learn more about medical education about using the study guide in medical students and procedural skills for interns in the ministry of public health. Hope you all will benefit from reading our articles as usual.

    Enjoy!

  • OCTOBER-DECEMBER
    Vol. 44 No. 4 (2020)

    Dear readers,
    This is the final issue of volume 44. In this issue, you will learn about agents that we use for pain and
    agitation control and their risks for death in patients with tuberculosis that required long-term
    mechanical ventilation. Another article is a systematic review regarding the use of balastine for
    seasonal allergic rhinitis. Hope you enjoy reading and gain more knowledge from these two articles.

    Happy New Year to you all!

  • JULY-SEPTEMBER
    Vol. 44 No. 3 (2020)

    Dear readers,

    Welcome to The Clinical Academia. This is our third issue of this year. In this issue, you can learn about encephalitis which is still one of the deadly diseases in many parts of the world, and learn about the association between cerebrospinal fluid pressure and mortality among these patients. Also, we also have an article regarding tuberculosis and HIV in this issue. The article is about the times of initiation of antiretroviral therapy in patients with tuberculosis and human immunodeficiency virus co-infection in patients with low CD4 cell count. We hope that the articles will help you gain more knowledge about these infectious diseases.

    Enjoy!

    Thammasorn Jeeraaumponwat, M.D., Ph.D. Editor-in-Chief of The Clinical Academia

  • APRIL-JUNE
    Vol. 44 No. 2 (2020)

    Dear readers,

    This issue of TCA is the second in this volume. As usual, interesting studies have been waiting for you to read. The first one is about the Macrolide resistance Mycoplasma pneumoniae and its clinical presentation. You will also have a chance to learn about helical tomotherapy planning for total marrow irradiation. In terms of emergency medicine, the new triage tool is mentioned in this issue. For medical education, there is an article regarding high and low fidelity simulation in the issue. Hope you like this issue of TCA as we do.

    Enjoy!

    Thammasorn Jeeraaumponwat, M.D., Ph.D. Editor-in-Chief of The Clinical Academia

  • JANUARY-MARCH
    Vol. 44 No. 1 (2020)

    Dear readers,
    Welcome to our new volume, the 44th year of The Clinical Academia. This year, however, I would like to inform all of you that we have to extend our issues every three months responding to the COVID-19 situation. In this first issue of this volume, you all will have a chance to get updates about tuberculosis, three informative studies from one of the biggest databases of tuberculosis in the world. You will know the effectiveness of corticosteroid on mortality, the effect of bacterial pneumonia on mortality, the effect of insulin on mortality, all are in hospitalized patients with tuberculosis. Hope you enjoy reading our journal as usual.

    Best!

    Thammasorn Jeeraaumponwat, M.D., Ph.D. Editor-in-Chief of The Clinical Academia

  • NOVEMBER-DECEMBER
    Vol. 43 No. 6 (2019)

    Dear readers,
    I hope this message finds you well and welcome you all to the last issue of volume 43. In this issue, you will have a chance to read the academic article about cloud computing assisting learning. The system that is now growing dramatically in medical education and other disciplines. Moreover, there are also two interesting articles about the advancement of laboratory techniques and palliative care. We wish you enjoy reading our journal as usual.

    Enjoy!

    Thammasorn Jeeraaumponwat, M.D., Ph.D. Editor-in-Chief of The Clinical Academia

  • SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER
    Vol. 43 No. 5 (2019)

    Dear readers, 

    We hope you enjoy reading articles from our journal as usual. In this issue, we have very informative four articles. You will learn about the benefit of using systemic corticosteroids on mortality in patients with acute infectious encephalitis. You will also get information about factors associated with postoperative pain after cesarean in pregnant mothers as well as risk factors for acute perforation of the appendix. We also have a very interesting systematic review regarding the use of peritubal bupivacaine infiltration for postoperative pain reduction after percutaneous nephrolithotomy. I hope you get something news as usual.

     

    Enjoy!

     

    Thammasorn Jeeraaumponwat, M.D., Ph.D.

    Editor-in-Chief of The Clinical Academia

  • JULY-AUGUST
    Vol. 43 No. 4 (2019)

    Dear readers, 

    It is my pleasure to welcome you to our TCA volume 43, issue 4 for July-August 2019. In this issue, we would like to present you with three interesting and practical systematic reviews; the first review is about comparing systemic corticosteroids versus nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for acute gout. The second is about using oral acyclovir for treating of pityriasis rosea and the last one is about the treatment of aphthous stomatitis using silver nitrate cauterization for. Hope you all gain somethings reading our articles. 

     

    Enjoy!

     

    Thammasorn Jeeraaumponwat, M.D., Ph.D.

    Editor-in-Chief of The Clinical Academia

  • MAY-JUNE
    Vol. 43 No. 3 (2019)
  • MARCH-APRIL
    Vol. 43 No. 2 (2019)
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