Comparison of Survey Results on Subjective Dizziness, Hearing and Tinnitus and Stabilometry Test Results in Yakumo Inhabitant Examination Study (Comparison of 2005, 2007 and 2015, 2017)

Naomi Katayama, Shoko Kondo, Yui Nakayama, Takafumi Nakada, Naoki Saji, Seiya Goto, Satofumi Sugimoto, Wakako kinoshita, Masaaki Teranisi, Michihiko Sone, Yasushi Fujimoto, Hironao Otake (+4 others)
2019 Journal of Health Science  
The Nagoya University Hospital otolaryngology department is doing the prospective cohort study in Yakumo-cho, Hokkaido, Japan from 2005, because this place is a little transfer of the population. Most of inhabitants of Yakumo-cho engage in fishery and agriculture as work mainly. We perform questionary survey using an interview vote. The item is "having feeling of dizziness or not", "quality of hearing" and "having tinnitus or not". Furthermore, we go for the examination of stabilometry, too. We
more » ... abilometry, too. We compared 2015, 2017 with 2005, 2007 among Yakumo-cho inhabitant examination data this time. As a result, participant with a feeling of conscious dizziness got a bad reputation of the hearing consciously. In addition, participant with a feeling of conscious dizziness had tinnitus consciously. Furthermore, the participant with a feeling of conscious dizziness had bad stabilometry result. As a result of having compared ten years later, we understood that stabilometry result worsened if 60s became in 70s with or without a feeling of dizziness consciously. When there is a feeling of conscious dizziness, it is necessary to perform an examination of stabilometry as routine work. In addition, it is necessary to inspect stabilometry if participants have the bad hearing or tinnitus with a feeling of dizziness in particularly.
doi:10.17265/2328-7136/2019.03.002 fatcat:6dp4hiourjdchntoxkoizjsgvy