moriya takashi

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Research Keywords

    Microdialysis, Critically Ill Patients, Cardiopulmonary Arrest, Electrophysiological Study, Median Nerve Stimulation

Research Areas

  • Neuroscience / Neurochemistry/Neuropharmacology
  • Clinical surgery / Neurosurgery
  • Clinical surgery / Anesthesiology

Career

  • Nov.2014
    -
    Today
    Jichi Medical University, Professor
  • Nihon University School of Medicine, Department of Medicine, -, Assistant Professor
  • Jun.2006
    -
    Jul.2006
    Clinical Researcher, Nihon University School of Medicine
  • Aug.2006
    Associated Professor, Nihon University School of Medicine

Academic Background

  • -
    1988
    Faculty of Medicine, Nihon University

Research Activities

Papers(paper)

  • Dynamics of extracellular calcium activity following contusion of the rat spinal cord
    J Neurotrauma 11 1994
  • The subjects of electroencephalogram monitoring system in critically illness patients
    43(5) 289-293 2001
  • The mechanism and clinical application in brain hypothermia therapy
    Dental Diamond 26(3) 88-91 2001
  • Headache in Emergency Room
    The Japanese Journal of Acute Medicine 24(5) 500-501 2000
  • Clinical Application and Intensive Care in Acute Stroke
    Intensive & Critical Care Medicine 12(6) 599-606 2000
  • Circulatory Management of Brain Hypothermia for Encephalopathy following Cardiopulmonary Arrest
    The Japanese Journal of Neuro-Emergency(13) 157-159 2000
  • Neurochemical Monitoring for Critical Ill Patients
    Intensive & Critical Care Medicine(10) 1123-1132 2000
  • Organ Donor from Brain Death and The Judgement of Brain Death
    Health and Mankind in the 21. th Century 327-351 2000
  • Medical Treatment in Brain Resuscitation and Brain Death
    Health and Mankind in the 21th Century 305-318 2000
  • Cetebral Resuscitation after Return of Spontaneous Circulation
    The Japanese Journal of Acute Medicine 23(13) 1861-1865 1999
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  • Dynamics of extracellular calcium activity following contusion of the rat spinal cord
    J Neurotrauma 11 1994
  • The subjects of electroencephalogram monitoring system in critically illness patients
    43(5) 289-293 2001
  • The mechanism and clinical application in brain hypothermia therapy
    Dental Diamond 26(3) 88-91 2001
  • Headache in Emergency Room
    The Japanese Journal of Acute Medicine 24(5) 500-501 2000
  • Clinical Application and Intensive Care in Acute Stroke
    Intensive & Critical Care Medicine 12(6) 599-606 2000
  • Circulatory Management of Brain Hypothermia for Encephalopathy following Cardiopulmonary Arrest
    The Japanese Journal of Neuro-Emergency(13) 157-159 2000
  • Neurochemical Monitoring for Critical Ill Patients
    Intensive & Critical Care Medicine(10) 1123-1132 2000
  • Organ Donor from Brain Death and The Judgement of Brain Death
    Health and Mankind in the 21. th Century 327-351 2000
  • Medical Treatment in Brain Resuscitation and Brain Death
    Health and Mankind in the 21th Century 305-318 2000
  • Cetebral Resuscitation after Return of Spontaneous Circulation
    The Japanese Journal of Acute Medicine 23(13) 1861-1865 1999
  • Clinical Problems and Treatment of Elderly Head-injured Patients in Acute Stage
    Neurotraumatology 22(2) 80-84 1999
  • Systemic Managent for Serve Head Injury in ICU
    Neurotraumatology 22(1) 6-10 1999
  • Study on Interruption of Apnea Test
    (11) 44-46 1999
  • Dynamic of Blood Gas Analysis in Apnea Test
    (11) 40-42 1999
  • Bilateral tension pneumothorax related to acupuncture
    Tagami R, Moriya T, Kinoshita K, Tanjoh K
    Acupuncture in Medicine 31(2) 242-244 Feb. 2013
  • Usefulness of median nerve stimulation in patients with severe traumatic injury determined on the basis of changes in cerebrospinal fluid dopamine
    The society for treatment of coma 9 159-161 2000
  • Significance of electrophysiologic studies in brain hypothermia
    Brain Hypothermia(Ed. N. Hayashi), Springer-Verlage, Tokyo 103-108 2000
  • Median nerve stimulation for sereve brain damage, with its clinical improvement
    The society for treatment of coma(8) 111-114 1999
  • Importance of metabolic monitoring systems as an early prognostic indicator in sereve head injured patients
    Neuromonitoring in Brain Injury・Springer-Verlag Wien New York Axta Neurochirurgica Supplempents(75) 67-68 1999
  • Shorter time until return of spontaneous circulation is the only independent factor for a good neurological outcome in patients with postcardiac arrest syndrome
    Kinoshita K, Sakurai A, Moriya T, Yamaguchi J, Sugita A, Kogawa R, Tanjoh K
    Emerg Med L May 2013

Prize

  • Aug. 1984 The Award of NYU Science Conferences for Researchers,
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  • Aug. 1984 The Award of NYU Science Conferences for Researchers,


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