Dr. Somchai  Amornyotin

Dr. Somchai Amornyotin

Associate Professor
Mahidol University, Thailand


Highest Degree
PostDoc Fellow in Anaesthesiology from Mahidol University, Thailand

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Biography

Dr. Somchai Amornyotin is currently working as Associate Professor at Department of Anesthesiology and Siriraj GI Endoscopy Center, Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University. He has practiced Anesthesia for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy since 2002. Dr. Amornyotin is a member of the Royal College of Anesthesiologists of Thailand and many scientific societies. He is a reviewer and editor of many international journals. He has completed his M.D. in Anaesthesiology from Mahidol University, Thailand. His area of expertise includes Anesthesia, Outside Operating Room, Anesthesiology, Sedation, Acute Pain, Laparoscopy, Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, Sedatives, Ambulartory, and Analgesics. He has published 65 research articles in Thai and International Medical journals as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Biomedical Sciences
100%
Anesthesia
62%
Ambulatory Anesthesia
90%
Intravenous Sedation
75%
Biology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Ruangkitudom, N., V. Thiensukon, P. Bunnag, R. Chaiwong, V. Prachayakul, S. Amornyotin and T. Akaraviputh, 2019. Outcomes of a structured program for bowel preparation in patients scheduled to undergo colonoscopy: A randomized controlled trial. Thai J. Surg., 39: 21-29.
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  2. Sripunjan, K., 2018. Propofol deep sedation with and without midazolam for percutaneous radiofrequency ablation in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma: A retrospective cohort study. J. Med. Assoc. Thailand, Vol. 101. .

  3. Amornyotin S., 2018. Monitoring equipment for gastrointestinal endoscopy. Thai J. Anesthesiol., 44: 143-148.

  4. Yoosri, S., S. Parakkamodom and S. Amornyotin, 2017. Results of the workshop on prevention and control of infectious diseases in anesthesia practice in Siriraj Hospital. Thai J. Anesthesiol., 43: 241-249.
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  5. Muangman, S., S. Amornyotin, P. Mangmeesri, S. Chumpathong and N. Pausawasdi et al., 2017. Success rate of sedation in esophagogastroduodenoscopy using fentanyl and midazolam in combination with topical lidocaine. J. Med. Assoc. Thailand, 100: S195-S201.
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  6. Lomarattana, N., T. Silapadech, S. Muangman, W. Boayam, K. Kriprasit, P. Boonnark and S. Amornyotin, 2017. Recovery time and complications of propofol-based deep sedation for endoscopic ultrasonography: A comparison between with and without topical pharyngeal anesthesia. J. Med. Assoc. Thailand, 100: S202-S209.
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  7. Amornyotin, S., 2017. Role of an anesthesiologist in smoking patients undergoing endoscopic procedures. J. Addiction Med. Ther. Sci., 3: 30-31.
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  8. Amornyotin, S., 2017. Anesthesia innovation: Mini-review of an intravenous sedation for gastrointestinal endoscopy. Adv. Res. Gastroenterol. Hepatol., Vol. 4.No. 3. 10.19080/ARGH.2017.04. 555636.
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  9. Amornyotin, S., 2017. Anesthesia for elderly patients. Analgesia Resuscitation: Curr. Res., Vol. 6. 10.4172/2324-903X.1000149.
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  10. Amornyotin, S. and S. Kongphlay, 2017. Propofol-based deep sedation for percutaneous radiofrequency ablation in sick elderly patients with hepatocellular carcinoma in a developing country. J. Anesthesia Crit. Care, Vol. 8. 10.15406/jaccoa.2017.08.00303.
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  11. Amornyotin, S. and S. Kongphlay, 2017. Anesthesia for esophageal dilation procedure in a world gastroenterology organizing endoscopy training center. J. Med. Assoc. Thailand, 100: S188-S194.

  12. Amornyotin, S. and S. Jirachaipitak, 2017. Anesthesiologist role in achalasia patients: Review article. Thai J. Anesthesiol., 43: 177-185.

  13. Wangnamthip, S., T. Chinachoti, S. Amornyotin, K. Wongtangman, N. Sukantarat and P. Noitasaeng, 2016. A randomized placebo-controlled trial of oral ramosetron for prevention of post operative nausea and vomiting after intrathecal morphine in patients undergoing gynecological surgery. J. Med. Assoc. Thailand, Vol. 99. .

  14. Tiviraj, S., B. Yokubol and S. Amornyotin, 2016. Development of an assessment test for an anesthetic machine. J. Med. Assoc. Thailand, Vol. 99. .

  15. Parakkamodom, S., P. Chainchop, T. Napachoti, P. Apidechakul, S. Puangchan, P. Noitasaeng and S. Amornyotin, 2016. Quality of anesthesia care in a University Hospital in Thailand. J. Med. Assoc. Thailand, Vol. 99. .

  16. Amornyotin, S., W. Chalayonnawin and S. Kongphlay, 2016. Topical pharyngeal anesthesia for unsedated esophagogastroduodenoscopy procedure in sick patients. J. Anesthesia Crit. Care, Vol. 4. .
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  17. Amornyotin, S., W. Chalayonnawin and S. Kongphlay, 2016. Adverse event rate of unsedated esophagogastroduodenoscopy: a comparison between healthy adults and cirrhotic patients. Gastroenterol. Hepatol. Open Access, Vol. 5.No. 3. 10.15406/ghoa.2016.05.00142.
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  18. Amornyotin, S., S. Jirachaipitak and S. Wangnamtip, 2016. Anesthetic management for esophageal stent placement in an endoscopy unit outside operating room. J. Med. Assoc. Thailand, Vol. 99. .

  19. Amornyotin, S., 2016. Intravenous sedation techniques for gastrointestinal endoscopy. J. Gastroenterol. Hepatol. Res., 5: 2050-2057.
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  20. Amornyotin, S., 2016. Dexmedetomidine in gastrointestinal endoscopic procedures. World J. Anesthesiol., 5: 1-14.
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  21. Amornyotin, S. and S. Jirachaipitak, 2016. Anesthetic Management for Achalasia. In: Achalasia. Phalanusittepa, C., T. Akkaraviputh and S. Leelakusolvongse (Ed.) Krungthepvejasarn, Bangkok, Tahiland., ISBN: 978-616-279-792-7, pp: 143-153..

  22. Amornyotin, S., S. Jirachaipitak and S. Wangnatip, 2015. Anesthetic management for radiofrequency ablation in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma in a developing country. J. Anesthesia Crit. Care, 10.15406/jaccoa.2015.03.00086.
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  23. Amornyotin, S., K. Saivaew and K. Vichitmala, 2015. Pain score within twenty-four hours post-endoscopic ultrasonography: A comparison between with or without fine needle aspiration procedure. J. Gastroenterol. Hepatol. Res., 4: 1694-1697.
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  24. Amornyotin, S., 2015. Registered nurse-administered sedation for gastrointestinal endoscopic procedure. World J. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 7: 769-776.
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  25. Amornyotin, S., 2015. Anesthesia Innovations for Endoscopy of Gastrointestinal Tract. In: Endoscopy - Innovative Uses and Emerging Technologies, Amornyotin,S. (Ed.). InTech, Europe, ISBN: ISBN: 978-953-51-2172-5.

  26. Amornyotin, S. and S. Kongphlay, 2015. Unsedated esophagogastroduodenoscopy in cirrhotic patients: an impact of topical pharyngeal anesthesia. J. Anesthesia Crit. Care, 10.15406/jaccoa.2015.03.00106.
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  27. Amornyotin, S. and S. Kongphlay, 2015. Complication rate of propofol-based deep sedation for colonoscopy in marked obesity patients. J. Gastroenterol. Hepatol. Res., 4: 1734-1738.
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  28. Amornyotin, S. and S. Kongphlay, 2015. Clinical efficacy of combination of propofol and ketamine (ketofol) for deep sedation in colonoscopic procedure. J. Gastroenterol. Hepatol. Res., 4: 1689-1693.
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  29. Amornyotin, S. and S. Kongphlay, 2015. Anesthesia-related adverse event rate and alteration of blood pressure and heart rate during and immediately after unsedated esophagogastroduodenoscopy in elderly patients. J. Gastroenterol. Hepatol. Res., 4: 1474-1477.
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  30. Amornyotin, S., 2014. Sedative and analgesic drugs for gastrointestinal endoscopic procedure. J. Gastroenterol. Hepatol. Res., 3: 1133-1144.
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  31. Amornyotin, S., 2014. Sedation-Related Complications in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. In: World Clinical Gastroenterology, Ma, L., M.S. Chua and S. So (Eds.). Baishideng Publishing Group Inc., CA, United States, ISBN: 978-0-9914430-0-0 pp: 1772-1778.

  32. Amornyotin, S., 2014. Sedation and Monitoring for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. In: World Clinical Gastroenterology, Ma, L., M.S. Chua and S. So (Eds.). Baishideng Publishing Group Inc., CA, United States, ISBN: 978-0-9914430-0-0 pp: 1751-1759.

  33. Amornyotin, S., 2014. Ketofol: A combination of ketamine and propofol. J. Anesth. Crit. Care: Open Access, Vol. 1. 10.15406/jaccoa.2014.01.00031.
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  34. Amornyotin, S., 2014. Ketamine: Pharmacology revisited. Int. J. Anesthesiol. Res., 2: 42-44.
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  35. Amornyotin, S. and S. Kongphlay, 2014. Anesthetic trainee-administered propofol deep sedation for small bowel enteroscopy procedure in elderly patients. J. Gastroenterol. Hepatol. Res., 3: 1117-1129.
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  36. Amornyotin, S., P. Songarj and S. Kongphlay, 2013. Deep sedation with propofol and pethidine versus moderate sedation with midazolam and fentanyl in colonoscopic procedure. J. Gastroenterol. Hepatol. Res., 2: 885-890.
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  37. Amornyotin, S., 2013. Use of dexmedetomidine in clinical practice. Med. Time, 15: 19-21.

  38. Amornyotin, S., 2013. Sedation-related complications in gastrointestinal endoscopy. World J. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 5: 527-533.
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  39. Amornyotin, S., 2013. Sedation for colonoscopy in children. J. Gastroenterol. Hepatol. Res., 2: 555-560.
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  40. Amornyotin, S., 2013. Sedation and monitoring for gastrointestinal endoscopy. World J. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 5: 47-55.
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  41. Amornyotin, S., 2013. Role of anesthesiologists in promoting smoking cessation. Med. Time, 14: 17-18.

  42. Amornyotin, S., 2013. Local anesthetics for gastrointestinal endoscopy. Med. Time, 14: 25-27.

  43. Amornyotin, S., 2013. Innovations and Anesthesia for Laparoscopy and Endoscopy. In: Surgical Endoscopy: The Innovation in Laparoscopic Surgery and GI Endoscopy, Akaraviputh, T. and T. Ratanachu-Ek (Ed.). Krungthepvejasarn, Bangkok, ISBN: 978-616-279-287-8, pp: 1-20.

  44. Amornyotin, S., 2013. Colonoscopy: Anesthesia consideration. Med. Time, 15: 17-20.

  45. Amornyotin, S., 2013. Cardiorespiratory Complications during Moderate and Deep Sedation for Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Procedures. In: Endoscopy of GI Tract, Amornyotin,S. (Ed.). InTech, Europe, ISBN: 978-953-51-1034-7, pp: 13-22.

  46. Amornyotin, S., 2013. Anesthetic consideration for laparoscopic surgery. Int. J. Anesth. Res., 1: 3-7.
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  47. Amornyotin, S., 2013. Anesthetic Management for Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy. In: Endoscopy, Amornyotin,S. (Ed.). InTech, Europe, ISBN: 978-953-51-1071-2, pp: 39-48.

  48. Amornyotin, S., 2013. Anesthesia outside the operating room. Med. Time, 14: 12-14.

  49. Amornyotin, S., 2013. Anesthesia for GI Endoscopy. In: Anesthesiology, Prakanrattana, U., V. Sanansilp, S. Suksompong and P. Toomtong (Eds.). Krungthepvejasarn, Bangkok, pp: 727-734.

  50. Amornyotin, S., W. Chalayonnawin and S. Kongphlay, 2012. A randomized controlled trial of preprocedure administration of parecoxib for therapeutic endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography. J. Pain Res., 5: 251-256.
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  51. Amornyotin, S., U. Prakanrattana, W. Chalayonnawin and S. Kongphlay, 2012. Brief advice offered by anesthetic personnel to encourage smoking cessation in ambulatory gastrointestinal endoscopic patients in a developing country. Int. J. Life Sci. Med. Res., 2: 37-42.
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  52. Amornyotin, S., U. Kachintorn and S. Kongphlay, 2012. Anesthetic management for small bowel enteroscopy in a World Gastroenterology Organization Endoscopy Training Center. World J. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 4: 189-193.
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  53. Amornyotin, S., S. Leelakusolvong, W. Chalayonnawin and S. Kongphlay, 2012. Age-dependent safety analysis of propofol-based deep sedation for ERCP and EUS procedures at an Endoscopy Training Center in a developing country. Clin. Exp. Gastroenterol., 5: 123-128.
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  54. Amornyotin, S., 2012. Total Intravenous Anesthesia. In: Update in Anesthesiology, Rodanant, O., V. Lekpresert and T. Duangrat (Eds.). Tanapress, Bangkok, pp: 94-108.

  55. Amornyotin, S., 2012. Propofol administration for gastrointestinal endoscopy. Med. Time, 14: 31-33.

  56. Amornyotin, S., 2012. General patient preparation for GI endoscopy. Med. Time, 13: 35-37.

  57. Amornyotin, S., 2012. Endoscopists need to know for upper gastrointestinal endoscopy. Med. Time, 13: 28-29.

  58. Amornyotin, S., 2012. Anesthesia for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. In: Management in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Unit, Bangkok, Temeeyasen, P. (Ed.). Cyberprint, Bangkok, pp: 24-55.

  59. Amornyotin, S. and S. Kongphlay, 2012. Esophagogastroduodenoscopy procedure in sick pediatric patients: A comparison between deep sedation and general anesthesia technique. J. Anesthesia Clin. Res., Vol. 3. 10.4172/2155- 6148.1000185.
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  60. Amornyotin, S., W. Srikureja, N. Pausawasdi, U. Prakanrattana and U. Kachintorn, 2011. Intravenous sedation for gastrointestinal endoscopy in very elderly patients of Thailand. Asian Biomed., 5: 485-491.

  61. Amornyotin, S., W. Srikureja, N. Pausawasdi, U. Prakanrattana and U. Kachintorn, 2011. Experience of intravenous sedation for gastrointestinal endoscopy in extremely elderly patients in a teaching hospital in Thailand. Hepatol. Internat., 5: 514-515.

  62. Amornyotin, S., W. Chalayonnawin and S. Kongphlay, 2011. Dose requirement and complication of diluted and undiluted propofol for deep sedation for endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography. Hepatobiliary Pancreatic Dis. Int., 10: 313-318.
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  63. Amornyotin, S., W. Chalayonnawin and S. Kongphlay, 2011. Deep sedation for endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography: A comparison between clinical assessment and NarcotrendTM monitoring. Med. Devices: Evidence Res., 4: 43-49.

  64. Amornyotin, S., W. Chalayonnavin and S. Kongphlay, 2011. Propofol-based sedation does not increase rate of complication during percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy procedure. Gastroenterol. Res. Pract., Vol. 2011. 10.1155/2011/134819.
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  65. Amornyotin, S., W. Chalayonnavin and S. Kongphlay, 2011. Clinical efficacy of deep sedation for endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography: A comparison between clinical assessment and NarcotrendTM monitoring. Hepatol. Int., 5: 513-514.

  66. Amornyotin, S., U. Kachintorn, W. Chalayonnawin and S. Kongphlay, 2011. Propofol‐based deep sedation for endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography procedure in sick elderly patients in a developing country. Therapeutics Clin. Risk Manage., 7: 251-255.
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  67. Amornyotin, S., 2011. Sedation outside operating room. Med. Time, 12: S1-S8.

  68. Amornyotin, S., 2011. Pediatric sedation and analgesia in a developing country. J. Anesthesia Clin. Res., Vol. S12. .
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  69. Amornyotin, S., 2011. Intravenous Sedation for Pediatric Gastrointestinal Endoscopy in a Developing Country. In: Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, Pascu, O. (Ed.). InTech, Europe, pp: 53-60.

  70. Amornyotin, S., 2011. Anesthesia for Colonoscopy. In: Colonoscopy, Phongprasobchai, S., T. Akaraviputh and U. Kachintorn (Eds.). Krungthepvejasarn, Bangkok, Thailand, pp: 22-37.

  71. Amornyotin, S. and S. Kongphlay, 2011. Pain score within twenty-four hours post-endoscopic ultrasonography: A comparison of imaging study with or without fine needle aspiration procedure. Hepatol. Int., 5: 513-513.

  72. Amornyotin, S. and P. Aanpreung, 2011. Efficacy and safety of deep sedation for therapeutic upper gastrointestinal endoscopy in pediatric patients in a developing country. Eur. J. Pain Supplements, 5: 60-60.

  73. Amornyotin, S., W. Srikureja, W. Chalayonnavin and S. Kongphlay, 2010. Intravenous sedation with midazolam and fentanyl versus propofol and pethidine in colonoscopy: A prospective, randomized study. Eur. J. Anaesthesiol., 27: 37-37.
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  74. Amornyotin, S., W. Srikureja, W. Chalayonnavin and S. Kongphlay, 2010. Dose requirement and complication of diluted and undiluted propofol for deep sedation for endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography. Gastroenterology, 138: S162-S162.

  75. Amornyotin, S., W. Chalayonnavin and S. Kongphlay, 2010. Pre-procedure administration of parecoxib for endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography. Regional Anesthesia and Pain Med., 35: E63-E63.

  76. Amornyotin, S., W. Chalayonnavin and S. Kongphlay, 2010. Clinical efficacy of low dose parecoxib for endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography. Regional Anesthesia Pain Med., 35: E63-E63.

  77. Amornyotin, S., W. Chalayonnavin and S. Kongphlay, 2010. Assisted sedation for percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy in sick patients in a developing country. Gastroenterol. Insights, 2: 17-20.
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  78. Amornyotin, S., W. Chalayonnavin and S. Kongphlay, 2010. Assisted sedation for endoscopic gastrostomy procedure in sick patients in a developing country. ASEAN J. Anaesthesiol., 11: AP36-AP45.

  79. Amornyotin, S., U. Prakanrattana, W. Chalayonnavin, S. Kongphlay and U. Kachintorn, 2010. Propofol based sedation does not increase perforation rate during colonoscopic procedure. Gastroenterol. Insights, 2: 13-16.
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  80. Amornyotin, S., U. Prakanrattana, U. Kachintorn, W. Chalayonnavin and S. Kongphlay, 2010. Propofol based sedation does not increase rate of perforation during colonoscopic procedure. ASEAN J. Anaesthesiol., 11: AP19-AP24.

  81. Amornyotin, S., U. Prakanrattana, P. Vichitvejpaisal, T. Vallisut, N. Kunanont and L. Permpholprasert, 2010. Comparison of the clinical use of Macintosh and miller laryngoscopes for orotracheal intubation by second-month nurse students in anesthesiology. Anesthesiol. Res. Pract., Vol. 2010. 10.1155/2010/432846.
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  82. Amornyotin, S., T. Phasurin and P. Wongnuch, 2010. Pain score after early post-ERCP: A comparison between general anesthesia and intravenous sedation technique. ASEAN J. Anaesthesiol., 11: AP35-AP43.

  83. Amornyotin, S., 2010. Anesthesia for Gastrointestinal Bleeding Patients. In: Gastrointestinal Bleeding, Phongprasobchai, S., T. Akaraviputh and U. Kachintorn (Eds.). Krungthepvejasarn, Bangkok, Thailand, pp: 4-15.

  84. Amornyotin, S. and T. Akaraviputh, 2010. Pain score after therapeutic-endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography: A comparison between pre-cutting papillotomy and conventional sphincterotomy. Regional Anesthesia Pain Med., 35: E62-E62.

  85. Amornyotin, S. and P. Aanpreung, 2010. Clinical effectiveness of an anesthesiologist-administered intravenous sedation outside of the main operating room for pediatric upper gastrointestinal endoscopy in Thailand. Int. J. Pediatrics, Vol. 2010. 10.1155/2010/748564.
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  86. Amornyotin, S., W. Srikureja, W. Chalayonnavin, S. Kongphlay and S. Chatchawankitkul, 2009. Topical viscous lidocaine solution versus lidocaine spray for pharyngeal anesthesia in unsedated esophagogastroduodenoscopy. Endoscopy, 41: 581-586.
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  87. Amornyotin, S., W. Srikureja, W. Chalayonnavin, S. Kongphlay and S. Chatchawankitkul, 2009. A clinical trial of topical viscous lidocaine solution versus lidocaine spray for pharyngeal anesthesia in unsedated esophagogastroduodenoscopy. Endoscopy, 41: A46-A46.

  88. Amornyotin, S., W. Srikureja, W. Chalayonnavin and S. Kongphlay, 2009. Clinical efficacy of diluted and undiluted propofol for endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography: A comparison between clinical assessment and NarcotrendTM monitoring. ASEAN J. Anaesthesiol., 10: P100-P100.

  89. Amornyotin, S., U. Prakarnrattana, W. Chalayonnavin, S. Kongphlay and B. Kongmueng, 2009. Anesthesia for percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy in Siriraj hospital. Thai J. Anesthesiol., 35: 39-47.

  90. Amornyotin, S., U. Prakanrattana, W. Chalayonnavin and S. Kongphlay, 2009. Intravenous sedation for endoscopic ultrasonography in Siriraj hospital. Thai J. Anesthesiol., 35: 181-190.

  91. Amornyotin, S., U. Prakanrattana, W. Chalayonnavin and S. Kongphlay, 2009. Anesthesia for gastrointestinal endoscopy in extremely elderly patients. Thai J. Anesthesiol., 35: 91-99.

  92. Amornyotin, S., T. Phasurin, P. Wongnuch and T. Akaraviputh, 2009. Pain intensity after early post-ERCP procedure. ASEAN J. Anaesthesiol., 10: P80-P80.

  93. Amornyotin, S., T. Phasurin anf P. Wongnuch, 2009. Pain score within twenty‐four hours post‐endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography: a comparison between diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Gastroenterol. Insights, 1: 20-23.
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  94. Amornyotin, S., P. Aanpreung, U. Prakanrattana, W. Chalayonnavin, S. Chatchawankitkul and W. Srikureja, 2009. Experience of intravenous sedation for pediatric gastrointestinal endoscopy in a large tertiary referral center in a developing country. Pediatric Anesthesia, 19: 784-791.
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  95. Amornyotin, S., 2009. Dexmedetomidine. Thai J. Anesthesiol., 35: 296-302.

  96. Amornyotin, S., 2009. Anesthesia for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. In: The Master of Gastroenterology, Phongprasobchai, S., T. Akkaraviputh and T. Sriprayoon (Eds.). Krungthepvejasarn, Bangkok, Thailand, pp: 1-19.

  97. Amornyotin, S., U. Prakanrattana, W. Chalayonnavin, S. Kongphlay and S. Chantakard, 2008. Anesthesia for pediatric gastrointestinal endoscopy in a tertiary care teaching hospital. Thai J. Anesthesiol., 34: 265-272.

  98. Amornyotin, S., U. Prakanrattana, T. Tritrakarn, U. Kachintorn and S. Muangman et al., 2008. Patient characteristics and behaviors of smokers and nonsmokers who undergoing gastrointestinal endoscopy in Siriraj Hospital. Siriraj Med. Bull., 1: 71-80.

  99. Amornyotin, S., T. Vallisut, N. Kunanont, W. Chalayonnavin and L. Permpholprasert, 2008. A comparison of clinical use of the macintosh and miller laryngoscopes for orotracheal intubation by second-month nurse students in anesthesiology. Siriraj Med. J., 60: A35-A35.

  100. Amornyotin, S., 2008. Regional Anesthesia. In: Text Book of Anesthesiology, Prakanrattana, U. and V. Suwanjinda (Eds.). 3rd Edn. Krungthepvejasarn, Bangkok, Thailand, pp: 182-194.

  101. Amornyotin, S., V. Chalayonnavin and S. Kongphlay, 2007. Recovery pattern and home-readiness after gastrointestinal endoscopy. ASEAN J. Anaesthesiol., 8: A4-A4.

  102. Amornyotin, S., V. Chalayonnavin and S. Kongphlay, 2007. Recovery pattern and home-readiness after ambulatory gastrointestinal endoscopy. J. Med. Assoc. Thailand, 90: 2352-2358.
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  103. Amornyotin, S., T. Pranootnarabhal, W. Chalayonnavin and S. Kongphlay, 2007. Anesthesia for gastrointestinal endoscopy from 2005-2006 in Siriraj hospital: A prospective study. Thai J. Anesthesiol., 33: 93-101.

  104. Amornyotin, S., P. Parichatikanond and W. Reunreung, 2007. Anesthesia for embolization from 2003-2004 in Siriraj Hospital: A retrospective study. Siriraj Med. J., 59: 161-163.

  105. Amornyotin, S., N. Lertakayamanee, M. Wongyingsinn, P. Pimukmanuskit and V. Chalayonnavin 2007. The effectiveness of intravenous sedation in diagnostic upper gastrointestinal endoscopy. J. Med. Assoc. Thailand, 90: 301-306.
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  106. Amornyotin, S., P. Promthong and W. Reunreung, 2006. Anesthesia for nuclear medicine procedures in children from 2002-2004 in Siriraj hospital: A retrospective study. Thai J. Anesthesiol., 32: 182-190.

  107. Amornyotin, S. and B. Yokubon, 2006. Current Controversies in Adult Outpatient Anesthesia. In: 60 Years'king Throne Celebration, Sumboonnanon, A., J. Wilasrassamee, M. Rattanachaiyanon, C. Manomai and N. Chierkul et al. (Eds.). Beyorn Enterprise Co. Ltd., Sirikit Convention Center, Bangkok, pp: 609-610.

  108. Amornyotin, S., 2005. Local Anesthetics. In: Text Book of Anesthesiology, Prakanrattana, U. and V. Suwanjinda (Eds.). 3rd Edn. Krungthepvejasarn, Bangkok, Thailand, pp: 66-77.

  109. Amornyotin, S., S. Na-Pomphet, T. Wongwathanyoo and V. Chalayonnavin, 2004. Anesthesia for Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio-Pancreatography (ERCP) from 1999-2003 in Siriraj Hospital: A retrospective study. J. Med. Assoc. Thailand, 87: 1491-1495.
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  110. Amornyotin, S., U. Santawat, P. Rachatamukaynant, P. Nilsuwankosit, H. Pipatnaraphong, S. Parakkamodom and L. Permpholprasert, 2003. Can lidocaine reduce rocuronium induced postoperative myalgia? Thai J. Anesthesiol., 29: 1-5.

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