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last modified:2020/03/26

Professor INABA Hideo

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Faculty, Affiliation

Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Medical, Pharmaceutical and Health Sciences Department of Circulatory Emergency and Resuscitation Science
Professor and Chair

College and School Educational Field

Division of Medical Sciences, Graduate School of Medical Science
Graduate School of Phamateutical Sciences
School of Medicine, College of Medical, Pharmaceutical and Health Sciences

Laboratory

Department of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine TEL: FAX:076-234-0973

Academic Background

【Academic background(Bachelor's Degree)】
Chiba University 197903
【Degree】
Dortor of medical science

Career

Akita University School of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine(1995/04/01-2000/08/31)
associate professor Department of Anesthesiology associate professor(1990/10/16-1995/03/31)
assistant professor assistant professor(1983/07/16-1990/03/31)
assistant professor assistant professor(1990/04/01-1990/09/30)

Year & Month of Birth

1955/01

Academic Society





Award


○Best of the best absracts Finalist 2017(2017/09/30)
○Best of the best absracts Finalist 2017(2017/09/30)
○Best of the Best abstracts finalisit(2018/09/22)

Specialities

Emergency medicine、Emergency Medicine Intensive Care Medicine Anesthesiology、Emergency and Critical Care Medicine Surgery

Speciality Keywords

Emergency Medicine Intensive Care Medicine

Research Themes

Induction of ischemic preconditioning

Analysis of factors related to survival in out-of-hospital cardiac arrests

Pathophysiology of ischemia-reperfusion injury in the liver

Books

  •  Attitudes toward the performance of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation in Japan. 75 82-87 2007
  •  The attitudes of Japanese high school students toward cardiopulmonary resuscitation. 78 340-345 2008

Papers

  •  Assessing the efficacy of the new protocol for chest compressions before definitive cardiac arrest in emergency medical service-witnessed adult out-of-hospital cardiac arrests. Kurosaki H, Ohta K, Wato Y, Yamashita A, Inaba H. Resuscitation 130 92-98 2018/07/18
  •  The impact of prehospital assessment and EMS transport of acute aortic syndrome patients Yamashita A, Maeda T, Kita Y, Sakagami S, Myojo Y, Wato Y, Yoshita Y, Inaba H. Am J Emerg Med 2017/12/05
  •  Poor outcomes of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest at dinnertime in the elderly: Diurnal and seasonal variations. Yamashita A, Maeda T, Myojo Y, Ohta K, Inaba H Am J Emerg Med 36 9 1555-1560 2018/09/01
  •  Advantage of CPR-first over call-first actions for out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in nonelderly patients and of noncardiac aetiology. Kamikura T, Iwasaki H, Myojo Y, Sakagami S, Takei Y, Inaba H. Resuscitation 96 37-45 2015
  •  Are regional variations in activity of dispatcher-assisted cardiopulmonary resuscitation associated with out-of-hospital cardiac arrests outcomes? A nation-wide population-based cohort study. Nishi T, Kamikura T, Funada A, Myojo Y, Ishida T, Inaba H. Resuscitation 98 27-34 2016

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  •  Improper bystander-performed basic life support in cardiac arrests managed with public automated external defibrillators. Nishi T, Takei Y, Kamikura T, Ohta K, Hashimoto M, Inaba H. Am J Emerg Med. 33 1 43-49 2015
  •  Do early emergency calls before patient collapse improve survival after out-of-hospital cardiac arrests?  Takei Y, Nishi T, Kamikura T, Tanaka Y, Wato Y, Kubo M, Hashimoto M, Inaba H. Resuscitation 88 20-27 2014
  •  Potential association of bystander-patient relationship with bystander response and patient survival in daytime out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Resuscitation. Tanaka Y, Maeda T, Kamikura T, Nishi T, Omi W, Hashimoto M, Sakagami S, Inaba  Resuscitation 86 74-81 2015
  •  Survey of a protocol to increase appropriate implementation of dispatcher-assisted cardiopulmonary resuscitation for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest Tanaka, Yoshio; Nishi, Taiki; Takase, Keiko; Yoshita, Yutaka; Wato, Yukihiro; Taniguchi, Junro; Hamada, Yoshitaka; Inaba, Hideo Circulation 129 17 1751-1760 2014/04/29 
  •  Factors associated with quality of bystander CPR: The presence of multiple rescuers and bystander-initiated CPR without instruction Takei, Yutaka; Nishi, Taiki; Matsubara, Hiroki; Hashimoto, Masaaki; Inaba, Hideo Resuscitation 85 4 492-498 2014/01/01 
  •  Potential association of bystander-patient relationship with bystander response and patient survival in daytime out-of-hospital cardiac arrest Tanaka, Yoshio; Maeda, Tetsuo; Kamikura, Takahisa; Nishi, Taiki; Omi, Wataru; Hashimoto, Masaaki; Sakagami, Satoru; Inaba, Hideo Resuscitation 86 74-81 2015/01/01 
  •  Improper bystander-performed basic life support in cardiac arrests managed with public automated external defibrillators Nishi, Taiki; Takei, Yutaka; Kamikura, Takahisa; Ohta, Keisuke; Hashimoto, Masaaki; Inaba, Hideo American Journal of Emergency Medicine 33 1 43-49 2015/01/01 
  •  Dose-related effects of direct hemoperfusion using a cytokine adsorbent column for the treatment of experimental endotoxemia. 33 529-533 2007
  •  Dose- and time-related effects of dexmedetomidine on mortality and inflammatory responses to endotoxin-induced shock in rats. 22 221-228 2008
  •  Differential effects of ageing and BLS training experience on attitude towards basic life support Enami M, Takei Y, Inaba H, Yachida T, Ohta K, Maeda T, Goto Y. Resuscitation 82 5 577 2011/05
  •  Unusual abnormal left ventricular contraction pattern associated with subarachnoid hemorrhage. 19 2007
  •  Analysis of reasons for emergency call delays in Japan in relation to location: high incidence of correctable causes and the impact of delays on patient outcomes Takei Y, Inaba H, Yachida T, Enami M, Goto Y, Ohta K. Resuscitation 81 11 1492 2010/11
  •  The effects of the new CPR guideline on attitude toward basic life support in Japan. Enami M, Takei Y, Goto Y, Ohta K, Inaba H. Resuscitation 81 5 562 2010/05
  •  Tracheal intubation by paramedics under limited indication criteria may improve the short-term outcome of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests with noncardiac origin. Takei Y, Enami M, Yachida T, Ohta K, Inaba H. J Anaesth 24 5 716 2010/10
  •  Intravascular gas in multiple organs detected by postmortem computed tomography: effect of prolonged cardiopulmonary resuscitation on organ damage in patients with cardiopulmonary arrest. Zenda T, Takayama T, Miyamoto M, Yamaguchi S, Endo T, Inaba H. Jpn J Radiol. 29 2 148 2011/02
  •  Prospective randomized controlled study on the effects of perioperative administration of a neutrophil elastase inhibitor to patients undergoing video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery for thoracic esophageal cancer. Kawahara Y, Ninomiya I, Fujimura T, Funaki H, Nakagawara H, Takamura H, Oyama K, Tajima H, Fushida S, Inaba H, Kayahara M. Dis Esophagus. 23 4 329 2010/04
  •  Impact of severe earthquake on the occurrence of acute coronary syndrome and stroke in a rural area of Japan. Tsuchida M, Kawashiri MA, Teramoto R, Takata M, Sakata K, Omi W, Okajima M, Takamura M, Ino H, Kita Y, Takegoshi T, Inaba H, Yamagishi M. Circ J. 73 7 1243 2009/07
  •  Factors associated with quality of bystander CPR: the presence of multiple rescuers and bystander-initiated CPR without instruction. Takei Y, Nishi T, Matsubara H, Hashimoto M, Inaba H. Resuscitation
  •  Recruitments of trained citizen volunteering for conventional cardiopulmonary resuscitation are necessary to improve the outcome after out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in remote time-distance area: A nationwide population-based study. Resuscitation. Takei Y, Kamikura T, Nishi T, Maeda T, Sakagami S, Kubo M, Inaba H. Resuscitation 105 100-108 2016
  •  Basic life support training for single rescuers efficiently augments their willingness to make early emergency calls with no available help: a cross-over questionnaire survey. Hirose K, Enami M, Matsubara H, Kamikura T, Takei Y, Inaba H J Intensive Care 2 1 28 2014
  •  Continuous or interrupted chest compressions for EMS-performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation Inaba H, Maeda T. J Thorac Dis. 8 1 118-120 2016
  •  Augmented survival of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest victims with the use of mobile phones for emergency communication under the DA-CPR protocol getting information from callers beside the victim. Maeda T, Yamashita A, Myojo Y, Wato Y, Inaba H. Resuscitation 107 80-87 2016
  •  The fast emergency vehicle pre-emption system improved the outcomes of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest Tanaka, Yoshio; Yamada, Hiroshi; Tamasaku, Shuji; Inaba, Hideo American Journal of Emergency Medicine 31 10 1466-1471 2013/10/01 
  •  Muscles used for chest compression under static and transportation conditions Yasuda, Yasuharu; Kato, Yoshinori; Sugimoto, Katsuhiko; Tanaka, Shigeharu; Tsunoda, Naoya; Kumagawa, Daisuke; Toyokuni, Yoshiki; Kubota, Katsuaki; Inaba, Hideo Prehospital Emergency Care 17 2 162-169 2013/04/01 
  •  Primary respiratory arrest recognised by emergency medical technicians and followed by cardiac arrest in Japan: Identification of a subgroup of EMT-witnessed cardiac arrests with an extremely poor outcome Ohta, Keisuke; Nishi, Taiki; Tanaka, Yoshio; Takei, Yutaka; Enami, Miki; Inaba, Hideo Resuscitation 83 9 1098-1105 2012/09/01 
  •  Effects of acute low-dose ethanol on inflammatory reactions to endotoxin-induced shock in rats Ajisaka, Hideyuki; Okajima, Masaki; Goto, Yoshikazu; Taniguchi, Takumi; Inaba, Hideo Journal of Toxicological Sciences 37 3 649-654 2012/06/01 
  •  The continuous quality improvement project for telephone-assisted instruction of cardiopulmonary resuscitation increased the incidence of bystander CPR and improved the outcomes of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests Tanaka, Yoshio; Taniguchi, Junro; Wato, Yukihiro; Yoshida, Yutaka; Inaba, Hideo Resuscitation 83 10 1235-1241 2012/10/01 
  •  Misplaced links in the chain of survival due to an incorrect manual for the emergency call at public facilities Takei, Yutaka; Nishi, Taiki; Takase, Keiko; Kamikura, Takahisa; Inaba, Hideo International Journal of Emergency Medicine 6 1 2013/12/01 
  •  Continuous or interrupted chest compressions for EMS-performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation.  Inaba H, Maeda T. J Thorac Dis. 8 118 2016
  •  The fast emergency vehicle pre-emption system improved the outcomes of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Tanaka Y, Yamada H, Tamasaku S, Inaba H. Am J Emerg Med. 31 10 1466-71

Conference Presentations

  • ERC Congress 2018(conference:ERC Congress 2028)(2018/09/20)
  • ERC congress 2017(2017/09/28)
  • Japanese family members less likely than others to give CPR for cardiac arrest(conference:the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2012.)(2012/11/04)

Arts and Fieldwork

Patent

Theme to the desired joint research

○Establishement of effective emergency medical service system
○Development of effective educational system in emergency and critical care medicine

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

○「高いPEEP負荷によるischemicpreconditioningの誘導」(2000-) 
○「揮発性麻酔剤前処置の肝・肺における虚血耐性誘導機構と誘導条件の解明-実質細胞、内皮細胞、免疫担当細胞の細胞特異性と相互作用を含めて」(2000-) 
○「高いPEEP負荷によるischemicpreconditioningの誘導」(2001-) 
○「揮発性麻酔剤前処置の肝・肺における虚血耐性誘導機構と誘導条件の解明-実質細胞,内皮細胞,免疫担当細胞の細胞特異性と相互作用を含めて」(2001-2003) 

Classes (Bachelors)

○Emergency & Disaster Medicine(2017)
○Emergency Medicine(BSL)(2017)
○Emergency Medicine(2017)
○Emergency Medicine(BSL)(2017)
○Cardiovascular Disease(2017)
○Emergency & Disaster Medicine(2016)
○Emergency & Disaster Medicine(2016)
○Emergency Medicine(2016)
○Emergency Medicine(BSL)(2016)
○Cardiovascular Disease(2016)

Classes (Graduate Schools)

○Transmission of Mediator Signals in Blood(2017)
○Transmission of Mediator Signals in Blood(2017)
○Transmission of Mediator Signals in Blood(2017)
○Bio-Ethics(2017)
○Bio-Ethics・Research-Ethics(2016)
○Transmission of Mediator Signals in Blood(2016)
○Transmission of Mediator Signals in Blood(2016)
○Emergency & Disaster Medicine(2016)
○Transmission of Mediator Signals in Blood(2016)

International Project

International Students

Lecture themes

Others (Social Activities)

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