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  • Clinical relevance and functional significance of cell-free microRNA-1260b expression profiles in infiltrative myxofibrosarcoma

    Morita Takuya , Fujiwara Tomohiro , Yoshida Aki , Uotani Koji , Kiyono Masahiro , Yokoo Suguru , Hasei Joe , Kunisada Toshiyuki , Ozaki Toshifumi

    … Global miRNA profiling identified four upregulated miRNAs in MFS patient sera and culture media of MFS cells. … Among these, serum miR-1260b level was significantly upregulated in patient serum discriminating from healthy individuals and closely correlated with clinical status and tumor dynamics in MFS-bearing mice. …

    Scientific Reports 10(1), 9414, 2020-06-10

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  • Nurses' awareness of early mobilization and challenge : Through the activities of Project F  [in Japanese]

    武藤 博子 , 三瓶 智美 , 三瓶 真奈美 , 武田 嘉子 , 江尻 幸弘 , 三浦 貴裕 , 小林 浩之 , 佐藤 りさ , 齋藤 稔子 , 鈴木 利奈 , 菅野 康子 , 高野 純一

    … As a result, post-graduate education for mobilization skills was inadequate, and most nurses felt it was difficult to change positions or transfer. … Factors that hindered early mobilization included diligent work such as nursing records, patient factors such as pain and circulatory fluctuations, and multiple lines. …

    福島県立医科大学看護学部紀要 = Bulletin of Fukushima Medical University School of Nursing (22), 25-35, 2020-03

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  • Incident Analysis Related to Bed Transfer during Intrahospital Transport  [in Japanese]

    加藤 剛 , 藤井 達也 , 小林 雅也 , 亀森 康子 , 大庭 明子 , 渡邉 誠之 , 増山 智之 , 八塩 章弘 , 遠山 信之 , 讃井 將満

    医療の質・安全学会誌 = The Japanese journal of quality and safety in healthcare 15(3), 234-239, 2020

  • Reproduction of Nipple Areola Complex Using NAC Sticker  [in Japanese]

    Morinaga Eri , Okamoto Risa , Morita Ai , Takagi Satoshi , Ohjimi Hiroyuki

    … Therefore, in oncoplastic breast surgery, numerous non-surgical and surgical techniques are continuously investigated in consideration of the patient's age and lifestyle. … In this study, we attempted NAC reconstruction using a transfer sticker. … Although the reconstruction method differed depending on the patient's age, lifestyle, and thoughts on NAC reconstruction, patients were highly satisfied with NAC reconstruction using this method. …

    Oncoplastic Breast Surgery 5(3), 50-55, 2020

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  • Text Mining Analysis of Occupational Accidents in Healthcare Service Due to Awkward Movement  [in Japanese]

    KITAGAWA Kodai , NAGASAKI Takayuki , NAKANO Sota , HIDA Mitsumasa , OKAMATSU Shogo , WADA Chikamune

    … Results showed that "lower back," "bed," "care," "pain," "transfer," "patient," and "wheelchair" co-occurred in many accident reports. … Therefore, urgent and more effective countermeasures are necessary to prevent lower back pain because of transfer.</p> …

    Journal of Occupational Safety and Health 13(2), 139-143, 2020

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  • Item Difficulties of the FIM-Motor Subscale in Patients with Ischemic Stroke during Acute Care: An Ordinal Logistic Modeling Study

    Uchida Kensaku , Uchiyama Yuki , Domen Kazuhisa , Koyama Tetsuo

    … <p><b>Objective: </b>The aim of the current study was to assess the item difficulties of the motor subscales of the Functional Independence Measure (FIM-motor) in patients with ischemic stroke during acute care.</p><p><b>Methods: </b>FIM scores were assessed for each patient on admission to, and discharge from, acute care. … transfer to bed/chair/wheelchair, 65.5; … transfer to toilet, 65.9; … transfer to tub/shower, 80.0; …

    Progress in Rehabilitation Medicine 5(0), n/a, 2020

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  • Contralateral Lower Trapezius Transfer to Restore External Rotation of the Shoulder in BPI  [in Japanese]

    SAKAMOTO Sotetsu , DOI Kazuteru , HATTORI Yasunori , HAYASHI Kota

    … The first choice for shoulder function reconstruction is nerve transfer. … Moreover, there are patients who are not candidates for nerve transfer surgery due to chronicity or unavailability of a donor nerve. … We performed contralateral lower trapezius transfer (CLTT) to the infraspinatus in twelve patients in order to restore shoulder external rotation. … No donor site deficit was noted in any patient. …

    Journal of Japanese Society of Reconstructive Microsurgery 33(3), 140-144, 2020

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  • Advances in Cancer Treatment and Head and Neck Reconstruction: Outcomes of Second Head and Neck Reconstructive Surgery after Radiotherapy  [in Japanese]

    HIGASHINO Takuya , FUKUNAGA Yutaka , OSHIMA Azusa

    … Reasons for the second head and neck reconstruction included recurrence (14 patients between 1999 and 2008, and 7 between 2009 and 2018) , development of new lesions (1 patient between 1999 and 2008, and 4 between 2009 and 2018) , and to cure osteoradionecrosis of the jaw (2 patients between 1999 and 2008, and 3 between 2009 and 2018) . …

    Journal of Japanese Society of Reconstructive Microsurgery 33(3), 112-117, 2020

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  • A Case of Erosive Pustular Dermatosis Caused by Burn Scar  [in Japanese]

    Yamamoto Yuko , Kuroyanagi Misato , Umeda Ryu , Harunari Nobuyuki , Takeuchi Ichiro

    … Six months after the transfer, he returned to our hospital because multiple ulcers and black crusts on the burn were observed.<br> Treatment of infection was unsuccessful. … The patient was started on topical corticosteroid treatment, which significantly improved the lesions.<br> Based on the clinical course and nonspecific biopsy, a diagnosis of erosive pustular dermatosis (EPDS) was established. …

    Japanese Journal of Burn Injuries 46(3), 98-101, 2020

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  • Uterine cervical varix with pregnancy complicated by suture at 17 weeks of gestation and continuation of pregnancy until 36 weeks of gestation  [in Japanese]

    Tanaka Kota , Okuda Yasuhiko , Sasatsu Satoko , Ogasahara Eriko , Hirata Shuji

    … The patient was a 31-year-old woman, gravida 1 para 0. … However, the bleeding recurred at 28 weeks of gestation, and the patient was transferred to our hospital. … There was no massive bleeding after transfer. …

    Journal of Japan Society of Perinatal and Neonatal Medicine 56(2), 347-354, 2020

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  • Relationship between first mobilization following the onset of stroke and clinical outcomes in patients with ischemic stroke in the general ward of a hospital: A cohort study

    KITAJI Yu , HARASHIMA Hiroaki , MIYANO Satoshi

    … First mobilization was defined as the transfer of a patient from the bed to a wheelchair by a rehabilitation therapist. …

    Physical Therapy Research, 2020

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  • A case of HANDS therapy with simplified Transfer Package and robot therapy in the subacute phase  [in Japanese]

    Takahashi Yuya , Takebayashi Takashi , Ishigaki Masakazu

    … Simplified Transfer Package (TP) is a therapy effective for improving function of paralyzed hands using task-oriented training aimed at enhancing the skills of specific tasks. … TP, Robot Therapy, and HANDS therapy were combined to improve the affected arm function and behavior of the stroke patient. … Additionally, the patient was able to use the chopsticks that was the patient's goal illustrating the efficacy of the combined upper limb approach. …

    Japanese Occupational Therapy Research 39(4), 486-494, 2020

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  • Treatment of Habitual Patella Dislocation of Adolescent with Open Growth Plate : A Case Report  [in Japanese]

    KAWASHIMA Fimiyoshi , 髙木 博 , 大池 潤 , 奥茂 敬恭 , 古屋 貴之 , 加藤 慎 , 佐藤 敦 , 前川 勝彦 , 浅井 聡司

    … We treated a patient with this condition with vastus medialis advancement, lateral retinaculum release, and Roux-Goldthwait procedure.</p><p><b>Case Presentation:</b> … The patient was an 11-year-old girl who had initial patella dislocation during a hurdle race at 7 years old. … Based on these findings, the patient was diagnosed with habitual patella dislocation and surgical treatment was selected. …

    Japanese Journal of Joint Diseases 39(2), 83-87, 2020

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  • A case of flexor pollicis longus tendon rupture in patient with rheumatoid arthritis  [in Japanese]

    ARISHIMA Yoshiya , TOGO Yasuhisa , SHIMADA Hirofumi , KAIEDA Mitsuyoshi , OGURA Takuma , NAKAMURA Yuko , OGURA Tadashi

    … The patient presented with a one-month history of not having been able to bend the thumb for no particular reason and was referred to our hospital. … Plain x-ray, computerized tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and ultrasound were performed to establish the diagnosis, and tendon transfer surgery of the fourth superficial digital flexor tendon was carried out. …

    The Journal of the Japanese Clinical Orthopaedic Association 45(1), 67-68, 2020

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  • Improved Quality of Life Through Rehabilitation in a Case of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Aspiration Pneumonia  [in Japanese]

    HIRAI Kenmitsu , SAITO Fumiko , MATSUO Katsumaro , MATSUI Junichiro

    … Rehabilitative intervention led to some improvement in bodily function in a patient with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and aspiration pneumonia. … By alleviating dyspnea and providing successful supportive care, he improved his sitting position in a wheelchair and reacquired transfer skills. … During rehabilitation, our multidisciplinary team considered the necessary support and care required for the patient to live at home in a sparsely populated area. …

    JOURNAL OF THE JAPANESE ASSOCIATION OF RURAL MEDICINE 69(1), 66-73, 2020

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  • RELATIONSHIP AMONG NURSING PRACTICE ABILITY, AND RESILIENCE, AND TEAM APPROACH, OF MID-LEVEL NURSES:—IDEAL POSTGRADUATE NURSE EDUCATION FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF NURSING PRACTICE ABILITY—  [in Japanese]

    TANAKA Shin , GESHI Eiichi , ABE Satoko , ENOKIDA Megumi , FUKUCHIMOTO Harumi , THUBAKI Michihiro , TOGO Shuusuke , NAGASHIMA Kouhei , SHIRATO Nobuyuki

    … A total of 1485 mid-career nurses of acute university hospital, were surveyed regarding background (sex, age, years of nurse experience, presence or absence of department transfer experience, presence or absence of support experience at work), practice ability, resilience, and team approach, by using each scale, via web questionnaire method. …

    Journal of The Showa University Society 80(2), 131-143, 2020

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  • A Case Report of Epithelioid Angiosarcoma That Rapidly Enlarged Three Months After Detection at a Health Checkup  [in Japanese]

    Nakamoto Kanako , Hamai Kosuke , Tanahashi Hiroki , Tanimoto Takuya , Shoda Hiroyasu , Ishikawa Nobuhisa

    … The patient died 12 days after hospital transfer. …

    Haigan 60(3), 207-211, 2020

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  • Effects of combining psychological considerations with ADL training on returning home of a patient with vascular Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome::A case study  [in Japanese]

    Sano Kuninori , Sakamoto Yasunori , Nishioka Yasuko , Nakamura Takeshi

    … Interventions were performed during hospitalization for a patient with vascular-type Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, taking into consideration psychological aspects and the risks due to joint symptoms and vascular fragility. … The patient was highly adverse to pain and blood vessel rupture and continued his own procedures and methods to maintain ADL. …

    Japanese Occupational Therapy Research 39(3), 380-386, 2020

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  • Pharmacy Customers' Awareness of the Illegality of Transferring Drugs to a Third Party  [in Japanese]

    Ohtani Hisakazu , Fujii Honomi , Imaoka Ayuko , Mochizuki Mayumi , Yamaura Katsunori , Akiyoshi Takeshi

    Patient education about the illegality of personally transferring drugs, especially patches, might be required to avoid illegal drug transfers, including via the internet.</p> …

    Iyakuhin Johogaku 22(1), 30-34, 2020

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  • A Patient Required Peritoneal Catheter Removal Caused by Peritoneal Dialysis-related Peritonitis due to Gram-negative Rod-like <i>Pseudomonas aeruginosa</i> During Antibiotic Therapy for <i>Enterococcus faecalis</i>

    Terada Kohsuke , Sumi Yuichiro , Aratani Sae , Hirama Akio , Sakai Yukinao

    … <p>In patients undergoing peritoneal dialysis (PD), peritonitis is one of the most common complications, and causes PD catheter removal, permanent transfer to hemodialysis, and potentially death. … Peritonitis with the identification of multiple enteric organisms from a culture of dialysis effluent may be caused by intra-abdominal pathology, and if a patient with peritonitis has such pathology, the mortality rate is high, and the catheter removal is considered in that case. …

    Journal of Nippon Medical School, 2020

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