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The effects of tramadol on postoperative shivering after sevoflurane and remifentanil anesthesia

Taku Nakagawa, Miki Hashimoto, Yasunori Hashimoto, Kazuhiro Shirozu, Sumio Hoka
2017 BMC Anesthesiology  
Authors' contributions Dr Taku, Dr Miki, Dr Yasunori and Dr Kazuhiro have made substantial contribution to conception and design; Dr Taku, Dr Miki, Dr Yasunori and Dr Kazuhiro have made substantial contribution  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12871-016-0295-x pmid:28125971 pmcid:PMC5267365 fatcat:uhryb22ypfflbhxxqk7db45vdu


Katsuo TAKEDA, Kokichi KIKUCHI, Masahito HASHIMOTO, Yuichi SUZUKI, Miki AIZAWA
1967 GANN  
Synopsis Attempts were made to prevent methylcholanthrene tumorigenesis in mice by immunization with the insoluble lipoprotein of methylcholanthrene-induced sarcomas of the same strain of mice. Swiss/Mk mice were intensively immunized with the insoluble lipoprotein fraction extracted by the Thomas method or with the supernatant fraction of isogenic methylcholanthrene-induced tumor cells, or normal cells with Freund adjuvant. As control groups, mice pretreated with Freund adjuvant alone and
more » ... ated mice were prepared. Each mouse was injected with 0.5mg of 3methylcholanthrene*4 as a pellet or an olive oil suspension. Several series of repeated experiments always revealed the inhibitory effect of immunization with the insoluble lipoprotein fraction of a tumor on tumor occurrence. The tumor supernatant showed a slight inhibitory effect but was not so marked as the insoluble lipoprotein fraction. Tumor occurrence in groups immunized with normal insoluble lipoprotein or normal supernatant and that of adjuvant injection showed no significant difference from that in untreated group. Neither histological nor biological differences have been found among the developing tumors in the experimental groups.
doi:10.20772/cancersci1959.58.3_203 fatcat:5n236t7htbg3ri2punmzriq3da

Size Dependence Of 1D Superconductivity In Nbn Nanowires On Suspended Carbon Nanotubes

T. Hashimoto, N. Miki, H. Maki
2013 Zenodo  
Hashimoto is ohoku-ku, Yokoh 45-566-1587; e-m N. Miki is wi ohoku-ku, Y iki@mech.keio.a H.  ...  H CNTs has no as been well perature T c , hi s with Maki Lab hama-shi, Kanaga mail: hashimoto@ ith Miki Labora Yokohama-shi, ith Maki Labora Yokohama-shi,  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1061130 fatcat:tuinv4lg45anhnfq72jlu53aoe

Experiences with Prednisolone in Aero-sol

Seiichiro Sagami, Yoshiharu Miki, Takenori Hashimoto
1960 Skin Research  
Topical spray of prednisolone in aero-sol containing 0.35%prednisolone and 0.35% dextromycin sulphate was tried to a limited number of patients with dermatitis-eczema, including one case of pemphigus vulgaris and one case of Behcet syndrome. Satisfactory results were obtained especially in acute contact dermatitis and chronic eczematous dermatitis. The use of this spray seemed to be particularly recommendable for the eroded, wet, intertriginous, and/or feminine facial lesions.
doi:10.11340/skinresearch1959.2.139 fatcat:feqa6ljrmbfxjaywp3p5s2rp54

Serodiagnosis of Pulmonary Disease Due to Mycobacterium avium Complex Proven by Bronchial Wash Culture

Seigo Kitada, Kazuo Kobayashi, Yukiko Nishiuchi, Kenji Fushitani, Kenji Yoshimura, Yoshitaka Tateishi, Keisuke Miki, Mari Miki, Hisako Hashimoto, Masaharu Motone, Takeya Fujikawa, Toru Hiraga (+1 others)
2010 Chest  
doi:10.1378/chest.10-0248 pmid:20605832 fatcat:3b56ev6c7fcrncgpv53dctyssq

Oxygen Extraction Based on Inspiratory and Expiratory Gas Analysis Identifies Ventilatory Inefficiency in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Keisuke Miki, Kazuyuki Tsujino, Ryoji Maekuara, Takanori Matsuki, Mari Miki, Hisako Hashimoto, Hiroyuki Kagawa, Takahiro Kawasaki, Tomoki Kuge, Hiroshi Kida
2021 Frontiers in Physiology  
, Tsujino, Maekura, Matsuki, Miki, Hashimoto, Kagawa, Kawasaki, Kuge and Kida.  ...  Diagnostics 11:364. doi: 10.3390/diagnostics11020364 PubMed Abstract | CrossRef Full Text | Google Scholar Miki, K., Maekura, R., Hiraga, T., Hashimoto, H., Kitada, S., Miki, M., et al. (2009).  ... 
doi:10.3389/fphys.2021.703977 pmid:34393822 pmcid:PMC8355815 fatcat:oinoj2svm5bebidd3zgtljkoou

Interface Reactions in LiNbO3 Based Optoelectronics Devices

Hirotoshi Nagata, Yasuyuki Miyama, Kaoru Higuma, Yoshihiro Hashimoto, Futoshi Yamamoto, Yuuji Yamane, Miki Yatsuki
2000 Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings  
We present secondaly ion mass spectrometry (SIMS) study results on interfaces of LiNbO3 based optoeleclronic devices, which have been performed in order to examine the cause of device failures. The devices are widely used in current high-speed optica1 fiber communication systems. and such investigation from a materials-viewpoint is' important to improve the device quality. Especially. the device long-term stability is strongly affected by alkali-contaminants diffused into the SiO2 buffer layer
more » ... f device, and here we confirmed that an adoption of common Si3N4 passivation is effective in preventing the process-induced contamination without any influence to device performance.
doi:10.1557/proc-654-aa3.2.1 fatcat:6crfiij6wrdszgbkfoh4l3y474

A Case of Primary Cutaneous Basal Cell Carcinosarcoma

Hiromi Suzuki, Akira Hashimoto, Ryoko Saito, Miki Izumi, Setsuya Aiba
2018 Case Reports in Dermatology  
A 94-year-old man consulted our hospital due to a rapidly growing tumor on the left cheek. The histological diagnosis of the tumor was basal cell carcinosarcoma, which was composed of intermingled epithelial and mesenchymal components. The former was basal cell carcinoma, while the latter was spindle cell sarcoma. The tumor was completely resected with a 3-mm margin and the patient remained free of local recurrence or distinct metastasis for 2 years. We report here a case of cutaneous basal
more » ... carcinosarcoma and a review of the literature. Discussion CS is a biphasic neoplasm, with malignant epithelial and mesenchymal differentiation mixed widely in one lesion. The sarcomatous components has been recognized as a meta-
doi:10.1159/000492525 pmid:30283313 pmcid:PMC6167722 fatcat:t6ukgdvkpjanrganoekasbp7qu

Increased Oxygen Extraction by Pulmonary Rehabilitation Improves Exercise Tolerance and Ventilatory Efficiency in Advanced Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Akito Miyazaki, Keisuke Miki, Ryoji Maekura, Kazuyuki Tsujino, Hisako Hashimoto, Mari Miki, Hiromi Yanagi, Taro Koba, Takuro Nii, Takanori Matsuki, Hiroshi Kida
2022 Journal of Clinical Medicine  
In cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET), oxygen uptake (V'O2) is calculated using the product of minute ventilation (V'E) and the difference between inspiratory and expiratory O2 concentrations (ΔFO2). However, little is known about the response of ΔFO2 to pulmonary rehabilitation (PR). The aim of the present study was (1) to investigate whether PR increases peak V'O2, based on whether ΔFO2 or V'E at peak exercise increase after PR, and (2) to investigate whether an improvement in ΔFO2
more » ... ates with an improvement in ventilatory efficiency. Methods: A total of 38 patients with severe and very severe COPD, whose PR responses were evaluated by CPET, were retrospectively analyzed. Results: After PR, peak V'O2 was increased in 14 patients. The difference in ΔFO2 at peak exercise following PR correlated with the difference in peak V'O2 (r = 0.4884, p = 0.0019), the difference in V'E/V'CO2-nadir (r = −0.7057, p < 0.0001), and the difference in V'E–V'CO2 slope (r = −0.4578, p = 0.0039), but it did not correlate with the difference in peak V'E. Conclusions: The increased O2 extraction following PR correlated with improved exercise tolerance and ventilatory efficiency. In advanced COPD patients, a new strategy for improving O2 extraction ability might be effective in those in whom ventilatory ability can be only minimally increased.
doi:10.3390/jcm11040963 pmid:35207235 pmcid:PMC8878603 fatcat:6wv6ffrjnrbbfcrxu7jqtx3n7a

Serological test and chest computed tomography findings in patients with Mycobacterium avium complex lung disease

S. Kitada, Y. Nishiuchi, T. Hiraga, N. Naka, H. Hashimoto, K. Yoshimura, K. Miki, M. Miki, M. Motone, T. Fujikawa, K. Kobayashi, I. Yano (+1 others)
2007 European Respiratory Journal  
doi:10.1183/09031936.00061806 pmid:17251234 fatcat:vskkoveknjc4fofc3e46mmw4k4

Case report of 2 sudden deaths after surgery for bone fracture

Atsushi Kurata, Jun Nishida, Takashi Koyama, Tamotsu Miki, Hirotsugu Hashimoto, Kengo Yamamoto, Masahiko Kuroda
2017 Medicine  
Rationale: Death following orthopedic surgery has become rare, but does occur. Acute myocardial infarction (AMI) can be a cause of such death, but diagnosis of AMI is often challenging, even by autopsy. Patient concerns: We have recently experienced 2 cases of sudden death after bone fracture surgery, in which AMI and pulmonary thromboembolism were clinically suspected as causes of death. Case 1 was a 60-year-old male with a history of diabetes mellitus who died 7 days after surgery for
more » ... dislocation fracture. Case 2 was a 75-year-old female who died several hours after surgery for proximal femur fracture. Diagnoses: At autopsy, slight myocardial change suggestive of AMI, severe coronary stenosis, and pulmonary congestion were noted in case 1. No signs for AMI were observed, but diffuse fat emboli were identified in the pulmonary vasculature in Case 2. Thus, postmortem pathological diagnosis was AMI in case 1 and it was suggestive of fat emboli in case 2. Interventions: Immunohistochemical analysis of smooth muscle markers in the coronary artery was performed in both cases. Outcomes: The positivity ratio of h-caldesmon to a-smooth muscle actin indicative of maturity of neointimal smooth muscle cells was preserved in case 2 but diminished in case 1, where coronary occlusion may have been caused via plaque rupture. Lessons: Immunostaining of smooth muscle markers in the coronary artery may serve as a supporting tool in establishing or disregarding AMI at autopsy. Abbreviations: AMI = acute myocardial infarction, CPA = cardiopulmonary arrest, LAD = left anterior descending branch, LCX = left circumflex branch, PTE = pulmonary thromboembolism, SMA = smooth muscle actin.
doi:10.1097/md.0000000000007006 pmid:28538416 pmcid:PMC5457896 fatcat:svo5nlylljbmxhf5vj7cdvplxq

Program search with simulated annealing

Mitsunori Miki, Masafumi Hashimoto, Yoshihisa Fujita, Tomoyuki Hiroyasu, Masaru Shibata
2007 Proceedings of the 9th annual conference on Genetic and evolutionary computation - GECCO '07  
doi:10.1145/1276958.1277304 dblp:conf/gecco/MikiHFHS07 fatcat:3ydakdasj5htrh2z2k7jhz46dq

Biochemical Studies on Intermediary Metabolism of Vitamins

Yoshikazu SAHASHI, Takao SUZUKI, Taihei MIKI, Akio MAEKAWA, Yasunori HASHIMOTO
1955 Nippon Nogeikagaku-kaishi  
doi:10.1271/nogeikagaku1924.29.424 fatcat:y272zt6aw5ap3ebcuhkapgd7a4

81. Follow-up Studies of Posttraumatic Syndrome

1966 Neurologia medico-chirurgica  
doi:10.2176/nmc.8.164 fatcat:vedsuoa3tvffxhtgrhe7rub5ey
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