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Dr Poonsak Artamnuayvipas

Dr. Poonsak Artamnuayvipas

 Staff of Orthopedic Department, Bangkok3     
 Hospital Consultant for Hand and Microsurgery,    
 Bangkok3, Bangkok2, Bangkok8 Hospital

Graduate Education : Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol      University, Bangkok, Thailand. (1987-1993)

Graduate Degree  : M.D. First Class Hornor

Post graduate training and Education


1995-1999  : Orthopaedic Resident of Phramongkutklao      Hospital, Bangkok Thailand.

1996   : AO Basic course, Pramongkutklao Hospital      (August 21-23)

1997  : Spine Update, Neurosurgical Association of      Thailand (July 16-18)

1999   : Pelvic Fracture Course, Chulalongkorn University     Hospital

2000   : Cadaveric Work Shop in Microsurgery of Lower     Extremity, Chulalongkorn University Hospital

2001   : Clinical Fellow in Hand Surgery, St Luke’s and      Sydney Hospital Hand Unit, Sydney, Australia

(Jan 2001-Dec 2001)

2002   : Hand review course

2003  : International Hip and Knee course (Puket)

2006   : Advance Hip and Knee Course

2006   : Asian Pacific Federation for Hand Surgery

Post graduate diploma : Diploma of the Thai Board of Orthopaedic      Surgery (Thai Medical Council 1999)

: Certificate of Hand Surgery, Sydney,       Australia 2001

Professional Membership:

- Life Member of the Thai Medical Council


- Life Member of the royal College of Orthopoedic       Surgeon of Thailand

Subspecialty, Main interest

- General Hand Surgery

- Wrist Surgery

- Peripheral nerves Surgery

- Microsurgery

- Wrist arthoscopy

- Hip and knee arthroplasty

Presentation


- Osteocalcin Production By Asteoblast Cultured       From Elderly and Young Patients at Annuals        Meeting of the Royal College of Orthopedic        Surgeon of Thailand, 1998

- Isolated Ruptured of FDS tendon associated with       Duypuytren’s Disease, Case report, at annual       Meeting of New South Wales Hand Surgery        Society, Hunter Valley, NSW, Australia, 2001.

- Hand Fellowship in Australia (Instructor), at 

  Orthopaedic Residents Meeting in 2002
 

Publication


- Osteocalcin Production By Osteoblast Cultured       From Elderly and Young

Patients, The Journal of the ASEAN Orthopaedic       Association, Vol.12 No 1

January 1998, 24-28.

- Isolated Rutured of FDS Tendon associated with       Duypuytren’s Disease 2001

Journal of Hand Surgery, British Volume.        (Waiting for publication)

- Stiffness correction of PIP joint by using        Antebrachial Fascia.
 

 
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