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  • Showed that mortality of community-acquired sepsis in Northeast Thailand is considerable and transferred patients with infection are at increased risk of death, using a large Ubon-sepsis cohort (NCT02217592) (PLoS One. 2018:e0204509)
  • Contributed to the Sepsis Assessment and Identification in Low Resource Settings Collaboration, and showed that the quick Sequential (Sepsis-Related) Organ Failure Assessment (qSOFA) score score can identify infected patients at risk of death beyond that explained by baseline factors (JAMA. 2018:319(21):2202-2211)
  • Showed that sepsis in Southeast Asia is caused by a wide range of known and emerging pathogens, and is associated with substantial mortality, using a large multi-national sepsis cohort (NCT02157259) (Lancet Glob Health. 2017 Feb; 5(2): e157–e167)
  • Showed that a number of adult patients who died of dengue are misdiagnosed as severe sepsis and septic shock, and recommened that rapid diagnostic tests for dengue should be routinely used in adult patients presenting with sepsis and septic shock in tropical countries. (PLoS One. 2017 Apr 24;12(4):e0176233.)