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การันต์ พงษ์พานิช

สาขาวิชาที่เชี่ยวชาญ: Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapy
หน่วยงาน: ภาควิชากายภาพบำบัด
เบอร์โทรศัพท์: 7237
อีเมล์: karan.p@allied.tu.ac.th

โครงการวิจัย (Current Project)

  • Heart rate variability application
  • Effect of respiratory muscle training on neural respiratory drive and cardiac autonomic functions in patients submitted to open-heart surgery
  • Augmented reality for chest physiotherapy

งานวิจัยที่สนใจ (Research Interests)

  • Cardiopulmonary physiotherapy
  • Deep breathing heart rate variability
  • Neural respiratory drive
  • Augmented reality apps for chest physiotherapy

ความเชี่ยวชาญเฉพาะด้าน (Specializations)

  • Cardiopulmonary physiotherapy
  • Exercise physiology
  • Heart rate variability
  • Neural respiratory drive

ผลงานอื่น

Research Grant

  • “Development of heart rate variability measurement and monitoring application” Thammasat University Research Fund under the TU Research Scholar, 2018 (principal investigator)
  • “Effect of respiratory muscle training on neural respiratory drive and cardiac autonomic functions in patients undergoing open-heart surgery” Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, Thammasat University Research Grant for New Researcher, 2017 (principal investigator)
  • “The comparison of neural respiratory drive between pre and post open-heart surgery using electromyography” Thammasat University Research Fund under the TU Research Scholar, 2016 (principal investigator)
  • “Safe working children: night shift working” Department of Labour Protection and Welfare, Thailand, 2016 (co-investigator)
  • “Haze Free Thailand” National Research Council of Thailand, 2015-2016 (co-investigator)

Academic Research

  • Yuenyongchaiwat K., Buranapuntalug S., Pongpanit K., Kulchanarat C. Walking performance in the 6-min walk test and gait speed in patients undergoing open heart surgery: a preliminary cohort study. Research in Cardiovascular Medicine. 2019; 8(1):19-22
  • Yuenyongchaiwat K., Thanawattano C., Buranapuntalug S., Pongpanit K., Saengkrut P. Development and application of a respiratory device on blood pressure in adults with high blood pressure. Interventional Medicine and Applied Science. 2018; 11(1):21-26
  • Jones U. C., Pongpanit K., Boonsawat W., Jones A. D. Positive expiratory pressure breathing speeds recovery of dyspnea in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Physiotherapy Research International. 2018; e1750
  • Yuenyongchaiwat K., Khampakaew S., Phumirak P., Choosit S., Chimlek K., Pongpanit K., Hanmanop S. A comparison of cardiovascular fitness and respiratory muscle strength among healthy older adults and older adults with cognitive impairment. Thammasat Medical Journal. 2018; 18(2):210-217 (Article in Thai)
  • Yuenyongchaiwat K., Buranapuntalug S., Pongpanit K., Kulchanarat C. Respiratory fitness and mental health in patients who had undergoing open heart surgery: A preliminary observational study. Research Journal of Applied Sciences. 2018; 13(6):363-368
  • Yuenyongchaiwat K., Pongpanit K., Harnmanop S. Physical activity and depression in older adults with and without cognitive impairment. Dementia & Neuropsychologia. 2018; 12(1):12-18
  • Buranapuntalug S., Wattanananont K., Bhakdikul C., Dangphet K., Yuenyongchaiwat K., Pongpanit K., Chaunchaiyakul R. Comparison between the effects of aquatic and land based exercise on respiratory muscle strength and cardiopulmonary fitness in Thai overweight and obese participants. Thammasat Medical Journal. 2017; 17(1):28-40 (Article in Thai)
  • Yuenyongchaiwat K., Buranapuntalug S., Pongpanit K., Thanawattano C. Validity of heartbeat, respiratory and inspiratory muscle strength parameters from a prototype of a respiratory device in healthy adults. Srinagarind Medical Journal. 2017; 32 (4):310-319 (Article in Thai)
  • Yuenyongchaiwat K., Buranapuntalug S., Pongpanit K., Thanungkul S. Accuracy of a prototype of heart rate and respiratory rate measurement in healthy adults. Thai Journal of Physical Therapy. 2017; 39(2):63-76 (Article in Thai)
  • Pongpanit K., Boonsawat W., Jones A. D., Jones U. C. Positive expiratory pressure breathing increases the recovery of dyspnea in patients with COPD. Thai Journal of Physical Therapy. 2017; 37(1):41-53 (Article in Thai)

Review Article

  • Jinakote M., Pongpanit K. Respiratory changes in elderly and chest physiotherapy management. Royal Thai Army Medical Journal. 2018; 71(4): 279-284 (Article in Thai)

Conference Presentation

  • “Alteration of inspiratory muscle strength is related to change indeep breathing heart rate variability in patients submitted to open-heart surgery” Pongpanit K.Buranapuntalug S., Yuenyongchaiwat K. Poster presentation – Chest Congress. 2019, Thailand
  • “Correlation between change in neural respiratory drive and inspiratory muscle strength in patients submitted to open-heart surgery” Pongpanit K.Buranapuntalug S., Yuenyongchaiwat K. Poster presentation – Chest Congress. 2019, Thailand
  • “Positive expiratory pressure breathing reduces post-exercise dynamic hyperinflation and dyspnea in patients with COPD: a pilot study” Pongpanit K., Boonsawat W., Jones A. D., Jones U. C. Oral presentation – 4th international primary care and respiratory group scientific meeting. 2015, Singapore
  • “The effects of breathing with a positive expiratory pressure device on post-exercise dyspnea in patients with COPD” Pongpanit K., Boonsawat W., Jones A. D., Jones U. C. Oral presentation – The international conference on research for social devotion in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Khon Kaen University. 2014, Thailand
  • “The relationship between pulse duration and force of quadriceps contraction stimulating with biphasic pulsed current” Pongpanit K., Ratanapinunchai J. Oral presentation – 4th national physical therapy conference. 2013, Thailand

Award

  • Karan Pongpanit, Anan Udomthanakij, Siyapan Poottayong, Pawat Sricharoenwong, Pakjira Rodpitak. “Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapy Learning Media Using Augmented Reality Technology” Silver Medal, The 30th International Invention, Innovation & Technology Exhibition 2019, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Karan Pongpanit, Anan Udomthanakij, Siyapan Poottayong, Pawat Sricharoenwong, Pakjira Rodpitak. “Inpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation Programs Using Augmented Reality Technology” Bronze Medal, The 30th International Invention, Innovation & Technology Exhibition 2019, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Karan Pongpanit, Nattawuth Mekritthikrai, Nusreena Hohsoh, Natchanok Meekla. “Thoracic Surgical Cold Belt” Bronze Medal, The 30th International Invention, Innovation & Technology Exhibition 2019, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Kornanong Yuenyongchaiwat, Khajonsak Pongpanit. “Deep breathing and inspiratory muscle training device” Gold Medal, Seoul International Invention Fair 2017, Seoul, Korea
  • Kornanong Yuenyongchaiwat, Khajonsak Pongpanit. “Respiratory measurement: slow and deep breathing device” Gold Medal, Seoul International Invention Fair 2017, Seoul, Korea

Book

  • Kornanong Yuenyongchaiwat, Khajonsak Pongpanit, Jitanan Laosiripisan, Noppawan Charususin, Preeyaphorn Songsorn, Sasipa Buranapuntalug. Respiratory physiotherapy in special conditions. 1st ed. Bangkok: Thammasat University Press, 2018.

Petty Patent

  • “Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapy Learning Media” application no. 1903001028, registration date: April 29, 2019.
  • “Cardiac rehabilitation wristband” application no. 1903001025, registration date: April 29, 2019.
  • “Thoracic cold brace” application no. 1903001024, registration date: April 29, 2019.