สถาบันวิจัยวิทยาศาสตร์สาธารณสุข

National Institute of Health of Thailand

Authors : Sermsak Sudthikanawiwat*, Visuth Chanasit **, Wantana Paveenkittiporn*** ,Wantanapongse Wootta ***, Paitoon Wanabongse ****, Surang Dejsirilert***, Jiratiwan Kruasilp***, Somchai Bovornkitti *****

 

Affiliations:     * Provincial Public Health Office, Chanthaburi Province, Pong Namron Hospital, Pong Namron District, Chanthaburi Province
** Department of Protozoology, Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Mahodol University, Bangkok 10400
*** National Institute of Health, Department of Medical Science Tiwanond Road, Nonthaburi 1100, Thailand
**** Office of Atoms for Peace, Ministry of Science and Technology, Bangkok 10900
*****The Academy of Science, the Royal Institute, Bangkok 10200,Thailand
 
Source:         Intern Med J Thai 2004; 20: 165-167
 
Language:     English
 
Abstract:
 
Surveys for potential hazards in nature hot springs, carried out in Chon buri and Chanthaburi, as representatives of the eastern provinces of Thailand, yielded positive results for pathogenic Legionella organism growth in both sites; other parameters examined were not remarkable.