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  • Optimal Heating Temperature and Time for Echelon 10 and Excelsior SL-10 Shaping Using a Heat Gun  [in Japanese]

    Tomio Ryosuke , Uesugi Tsuyoshi , Akaji Kazunori

    … The optimal heating temperature and time for the Echelon10 and Excelsior SL-10 microcatheters using a heat gun was investigated. … We measured the temperature at 2.5 cm from the nozzle of the heat gun. … The Echelon10 and SL-10 microcatheters were shaped under two temperature conditions (115°C and 125°C) and three heating times (30 sec, 60 sec, and 90 sec). …

    Journal of Neuroendovascular Therapy, 2020


  • Predicting the outcomes of targeted temperature management for children with seizures and/or impaired consciousness accompanied by fever without known etiology

    Tanaka Tsukasa , Nagase Hiroaki , Yamaguchi Hiroshi , Ishida Yusuke , Tomioka Kazumi , Nishiyama Masahiro , Toyoshima Daisaku , Maruyama Azusa , Fujita Kyoko , Nozu Kandai , Nishimura Noriyuki , Kurosawa Hiroshi , Tanaka Ryojiro , Iijima Kazumoto

    Brain and Development 41(7), 604-613, 2019-08


  • Study on the possibility of constructing a comfortable medical care environment by lighting method  [in Japanese]

    横江 彩

    … The subjects' brain waves, number of blinks, nasal skin temperature, and brain waves were measured for evaluation of their physiological responses to the lighting source. …

    総合工学 (31), 22-31, 2019-03


  • Practical Lessons with Experiments on Artificial Snow Crystal Production in Lower Secondary Schools  [in Japanese]

    葛城 諒太 , 岡本 大地 , 畦 浩二

    本研究は教材実験によって人工雪を生成するための適切な条件を明らかにすると同時に,中学校で授業実践を行いその学習効果を考察することを目的とした。その結果,以下の事が明らかになった。1)アクリル板の表面温度を60分間安定して低温に保つことができる,ブラインの氷と食塩の質量比は7:3であった。2)アクリル板をティッシュペーパーで100回こすると約 6 nCの静電気が発生した。3)実験を通してほとんどの生 …

    大阪教育大学紀要. 総合教育科学 = Memoirs of Osaka Kyoiku University 67, 55-67, 2019-02

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  • Enhancing endogenous adenosine A2A receptor signaling induces slow-wave sleep without affecting body temperature and cardiovascular function

    斉藤 毅 , 村越 伸行 , 杉山 文博 , 長瀬 博 , ラザルス ミハエル , Mustafa Korkutata , Tsuyoshi SAITO , Yoan Cherasse , Shuji Ioka , Feng Duo , Rujie Qin , Nobuyuki MURAKOSHI , Shinya Fujii , Xuzhao Zhou , Fumihiro SUGIYAMA , Jiang-Fan Chen , Hidetoshi Kumagai , Hiroshi Nagase , Michael LAZARUS

    … Enhancing endogenous A2AR signaling, however, may be an alternative strategy for treating insomnia, because adenosine levels in the brain accumulate during wakefulness. …

    Neuropharmacology (144), 122-132, 2019-01


  • Brain mechanism to survive starvation  [in Japanese]

    Nakamura Yoshiko

    <p>飢餓状態になるとエネルギー供給が極めて限られるため,ヒトを含めた哺乳類は代謝などのエネルギー消費を抑え,生き延びようとする.この時,脳内では神経ペプチドneuropeptide Y(NPY)が分泌され,代謝抑制などの作用に関わると考えられる.NPYが視床下部に作用すると,代謝が抑制されるとともに摂食が促進されるため,効率よく飢餓状態を生き延びることができる.しかし,その中枢神経メ …

    The Autonomic Nervous System 56(4), 257-263, 2019


  • Evaluating degree of amenity in train cabin lighting and color using NIRS  [in Japanese]

    TANAKA Michiko , SHIRAKI Naoki , HASEGAWA Shinichi , TAKAHASHI Hirofumi , HASEGAWA Kiyoshi , YOSHIDA Shinji

    … To evaluate the amenity of cabin's interior design, we focused on data of brain activity which lead to intuitive favorability obtained by NIRS in addition to a subjective evaluation by questionnaire. … We made an intuitive sight evaluation of interior design for Shinkansen by observing brain activity in reaction to a variety of image showing different combinations of cabin facilities' colors and lighting color temperature to propose appropriate conditions for a comfortable cabin environment. …

    Transactions of the JSME (in Japanese) 85(880), 19-00119-19-00119, 2019


  • The Relationship between the Use of Cold and Isothermic Blood Cardioplegia Solution for Myocardial Protection during Cardiopulmonary Bypass and the Ischemia–Reperfusion Injury

    Saclı Hakan , Kara Ibrahim , Diler Mevriye Serpil , Percin Bilal , Turan Ahmet Ilksoy , Kırali Kaan

    … groups (HBC: Group 1, IBC: Group 2) were compared in terms of interleukin 6 (IL-6), IL-8, IL-10, and complement factor 3a (C3a) levels, metabolic parameters, creatine kinase-muscle/brain (CK-MB) and high-sensitivity Troponin I (hsTn-I), and clinical outcomes.</p><p>Results: Comparison of the markers of ischemia–reperfusion injury showed significantly higher levels of the proinflammatory cytokine IL-6 in the early postoperative period as well as IL-8, in Group 2 (p <0.001), whereas the anti-inflammatory cytokine IL-10 was significantly …

    Annals of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery 25(6), 296-303, 2019


  • Isolation and Characterization of Heat Shock Protein 90 in Kumgang Fat Minnow <i>Rhynchocypris kumgangensis</i>

    Kwon Gibeom , Ghil Sungho

    … Both isoforms of rkHsp90 were highly expressed in the liver compared to other tissues, including brain, gastrointestinal tract, gills, and muscle. … Water temperature elevation induced increased hepatic and muscular expression of rkHsp90α, but not rkHsp90β. …

    CYTOLOGIA 84(4), 299-308, 2019


  • Studies of a Material Recognition System with an Artificial Finger Using a Pneumatic Tendon-Driven Mechanism

    YOSHIMITSU Toshihiro , OHSHITA Kousuke , HAGIWARA Chihiro , OYAMA Osamu

    … sensation is a sense that it is possible to detect the hardness, surface roughness, temperature of an object for the first time by touching and moving an object unlike vision and hearing, and it is a sensation that it is important to actively move a finger.</p><p>In this study, artificial fingers with joints for detecting the surface condition, hardness and temperature are fabricated using a strain gauge and a thermocouple, and by introducing active tactile perception using a pneumatic actuator, Develop …

    JFPS International Journal of Fluid Power System 12(1), 1-9, 2019


  • Brain-body predictive coding and its disturbance: Comments on articles by Moriya, Kunisato, and Sugiura

    Ohira Hideki

    … <p>Studies on psychiatric disorders in abnormal psychology have shown several cognitive and affective features of psychiatric patients such as attentional bias, deficits in working memory, deviations in the parameters of reinforcement learning such as learning rate, inverse temperature, and discounting rate. …

    JAPANESE PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW 62(1), 132-141, 2019


  • Electroencephalogram Characteristics during Local and Whole-body Skin Cooling in Women with a Cold Constitution  [in Japanese]

    Yamazaki Fumio , Iiyama Hitomi , Iwata Kana , Kato Madoka

    <p>冷え症の人の冷覚に関わる脳活動の特徴を明らかにするために, 冷え症とそうではない若年成人女性を対象として, 局所性および全身性皮膚冷却時の脳波 (EEG) 応答を検討した. EEGは閉眼時に頭頂部から導出し, 4周波数帯 (θ, α1, α2, β) のスペクトルパワーを解析した. 局所性皮膚冷却実験では, ペルティエ素子を備えた局所温度調節装置を用いて, 両側足背部の局所皮膚温 …


    J-STAGE  Ichushi Web 

  • MR Imaging Properties of <i>ex vivo</i> Common Marmoset Brain after Formaldehyde Fixation

    Haga Yawara , Okano Hideyuki , Furukawa Akira , Hata Junichi , Uematsu Akiko , Seki Fumiko , Komaki Yuji , Mizumura Mai , Nishio Marin , Kaneko Takaaki , Kishi Noriyuki

    … Additionally, we observed the relationship between the tissue fixation duration and MRI properties by imaging a brain that underwent long-term fixation in a preliminary examination (<i>n</i> … Altogether, the dehydration caused by tissue fixation and the reduction in brain temperature were involved in changing the relaxation and diffusion coefficient values. …

    Magnetic Resonance in Medical Sciences 18(4), 253-259, 2019


  • An investigation on the therapy effect of warm therapy robot using brain activity information  [in Japanese]

    MIYAO Reika , WANG Shuoyu , SHEN Bo

    The Proceedings of Conference of Chugoku-Shikoku Branch 2019.57(0), 201, 2019


  • Multiple organ dysfunction syndrome with generalized convulsion status: a case report  [in Japanese]

    Hoshiyama Eisei , Takano Masatsugu , Takekawa Hidehiro , Shishido Hiroyuki , Nagayama Masao , Ono Kazuyuki , Hirata Koichi

    … From the time of admission, we managed about the patient's breathing, circulation, body temperature. … Brain MR images showed hyper-intense lesions at bilateral pallidum and thalami, which led to a diagnosis of hypoxic encephalopathy associated with long-term GCSE. …

    Journal of Japan Society of Neurological Emergencies & Critical Care 31(2), 69-73, 2019


  • Effect of trehalose on the preservation of freeze-dried mice spermatozoa at room temperature

    ITO Daiyu , WAKAYAMA Sayaka , KAMADA Yuko , SHIBASAKI Ikue , KAMIMURA Satoshi , OOGA Masatoshi , WAKAYAMA Teruhiko

    … In this study, we determined the optimal concentration and a point of action of trehalose as a protectant for the preservation of FD sperm from different mouse strains at room temperature (RT). …

    Journal of Reproduction and Development 65(4), 353-359, 2019


  • Cryptococcal meningoencephalitis in an immunocompetent patient caused by late onset exacerbation  [in Japanese]

    Numahata Kyoko , Akaiwa Yasuhisa , Yoshizawa Kenta , Norimine Sonoko , Onoue Hiroyuki , Miyamoto Tomoyuki

    <p>症例は29歳男性,生来健康.頭痛と発熱が増悪し当院搬送.体温38.3°C,項部硬直著明,脳脊髄液検査で初圧500 mmH<sub>2</sub>O,細胞数増加,髄液糖/血糖比0.027,クリプトコッカス抗原陽性からクリプトコッカス髄膜脳炎と診断し抗真菌薬治療で症状改善を認めていた.第18病日に全身痙攣,右視野暗点を認め,頭部MRIで両側大脳皮質に散在性の病 …

    Rinsho Shinkeigaku 59(4), 190-194, 2019

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  • Limitations of Local Brain Cooling on Generalized Motor Seizures from Unknown Foci in Awake Rats

    HE Yeting , INOUE Takao , NOMURA Sadahiro , MARUTA Yuichi , KIDA Hiroyuki , YAMAKAWA Toshitaka , HIRAYAMA Yuya , IMOTO Hirochika , SUZUKI Michiyasu

    … <p>Local brain cooling of an epileptic focus at 15°C reduces the number of spikes on an electrocorticogram (ECoG), terminates seizures, and maintains neurological functions. … Although temperature-dependent seizure alleviation was observed, the effect of local cortical cooling on GMSs was limited compared with the effect of local cooling of the epileptic focus on GSMs.</p> …

    Neurologia medico-chirurgica 59(4), 147-153, 2019


  • Neurotrauma in Japan, Past, Present, and Future  [in Japanese]

    Suzuki Michiyasu , Suehiro Eiichi

    <p> 脳神経外傷の過去から現在までを検証し, 将来へつながる道程を検討した.</p><p> ①高齢化による受傷様態の変化や抗血栓薬服用の影響から受傷後のtalk & deteriorateのリスクが明らかとなり, その対策を提案した. ②本邦のneurocritical careの問題点, 温度管理の新たな展開, 高次脳機能障害症例のこれからの管理を述 …

    Japanese Journal of Neurosurgery 28(2), 72-81, 2019

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  • Heat Stress Biomarker Amino Acids and Neuropeptide Afford Thermotolerance in Chicks

    Chowdhury Vishwajit S.

    … In chickens, heat stress reduces food intake and growth, and increases body temperature and stress responses. … Although it is believed that young chicks do not experience heat stress as they need a higher ambient temperature to survive, our series of studies in young chicks showed that they are sensitive to heat stress. …

    The Journal of Poultry Science 56(1), 1-11, 2019


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