Researchers Database

moriya takashi

    ComprehensiveMedicine1 Professor
Contact: tmoriyajichi.ac.jp
Last Updated :2021/10/19

Researcher Information

Research funding number

  • 50267069

J-Global ID

Research Interests

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

Research Areas

  • Life sciences / Anesthesiology
  • Life sciences / Neurosurgery
  • Life sciences / Neuroscience - general

Academic & Professional Experience

  • 2016/04 - Today  Jichi Medical University救急救命センターセンター長
  • 2014/11 - Today  Jichi Medical University医学部総合医学第1講座Professor
  • 2013/02  日本大学医学部救急医学系救急集中治療医学分野
  • 2006/08  Associated Professor, Nihon University School of Medicine
  • 2006/06 - 2006/07  Clinical Researcher, Nihon University School of Medicine
  • Nihon University School of Medicine, Department of Medicine, -Assistant Professor

Education

  •        - 1988  Nihon University  Faculty of Medicine

Association Memberships

  • 日本脳神経外科学会   日本救急医学会   米国集中治療学会(Society of Critical Care Medicine)   日本臨床神経生理学会   日本集中治療医学会   日本脳循環代謝学会   

Published Papers

  • Tomohide Komatsu, Kosaku Kinoshita, Atsushi Sakurai, Takashi Moriya, Junko Yamaguchi, Atsunori Sugita, Rikimaru Kogawa, Katsuhisa Tanjoh
    EMERGENCY MEDICINE JOURNAL 31 (7) 549 - U1020 1472-0205 2014/07 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    Objective Few studies have reported factors that result in a better neurological outcome in patients with postcardiac arrest syndrome (PCAS) following return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC). We investigated the factors affecting neurological outcome in terms of both prehospital care and treatments after arrival at hospital in patients with PCAS. Methods The study enrolled patients with cardiogenic cardiac arrest who were admitted to an intensive care unit after ROSC with PCAS. We investigated the association of the following factors with outcome: age, gender, witness to event present, bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) performed, ECG waveform at the scene, time interval from receipt of call to arrival of emergency personnel, time interval from receipt of call to arrival at hospital, prehospital defibrillation performed, special procedures performed by emergency medical technician, and time interval from receipt of call to ROSC, coronary angiography/percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) and therapeutic hypothermia performed. Results The study enrolled 227 patients with PCAS. Compared with the poor neurological outcome group, the good neurological outcome group had a statistically significant higher proportion of the following factors: younger age, male, witness present, bystander CPR performed, first ECG showed ventricular fibrillation/pulseless ventricular tachycardia, defibrillation performed during transportation, short time interval from receipt of call to ROSC, coronary angiography/PCI and therapeutic hypothermia performed. Of these factors, the only independent factor associated with good neurological outcome was the short time interval from receipt of the call to ROSC. Conclusions In the present study, shortening time interval from receipt of call to ROSC was the only important independent factor to achieve good neurological outcome in patients with PCAS.
  • Rumi Tagami, Takashi Moriya, Kosaku Kinoshita, Katsuhisa Tanjoh
    Acupuncture in Medicine 31 (2) 242 - 244 0964-5284 2013/06 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    We report on a patient with a rare case of bilateral tension pneumothorax that occurred after acupuncture. A 69-year-old large-bodied man, who otherwise had no risk factors for spontaneous pneumothorax, presented with chest pressure, cold sweats and shortness of breath. Immediately after bilateral pneumothorax had been identified on a chest radiograph in the emergency room, his blood pressure and percutaneous oxygen saturation suddenly decreased to 78 mm Hg and 86%, respectively. We confirmed deterioration in his cardiopulmonary status and diagnosed bilateral tension pneumothorax. We punctured his chest bilaterally and inserted chest tubes for drainage. His vital signs promptly recovered. After the bilateral puncture and drainage, we learnt that he had been treated with acupuncture on his upper back. We finally diagnosed a bilateral tension pneumothorax based on the symptoms that appeared 8 h after the acupuncture. Because the patient had no risk factors for spontaneous pneumothorax, no alternative diagnosis was proposed. We recommend that patients receiving acupuncture around the chest wall must be adequately informed of the possibility of complications and expected symptoms, as a definitive diagnosis can be difficult without complete information.
  • The mechanism and clinical application in brain hypothermia therapy
    Dental Diamond 26 (3) 88-91  2001 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • The subjects of electroencephalogram monitoring system in critically illness patients
    臨床脳波 43 (5) 289-293  2001 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Medical Treatment in Brain Resuscitation and Brain Death
    Health and Mankind in the 21th Century 305-318  2000 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Organ Donor from Brain Death and The Judgement of Brain Death
    Health and Mankind in the 21. th Century 327-351  2000 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Neurochemical Monitoring for Critical Ill Patients
    Intensive & Critical Care Medicine (10) 1123-1132  2000 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Circulatory Management of Brain Hypothermia for Encephalopathy following Cardiopulmonary Arrest
    The Japanese Journal of Neuro-Emergency (13) 157-159  2000 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Clinical Application and Intensive Care in Acute Stroke
    Intensive & Critical Care Medicine 12 (6) 599-606  2000 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Headache in Emergency Room
    The Japanese Journal of Acute Medicine 24 (5) 500-501  2000 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Significance of electrophysiologic studies in brain hypothermia
    Brain Hypothermia(Ed. N. Hayashi), Springer-Verlage, Tokyo 103-108  2000 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • 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 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Dynamic of Blood Gas Analysis in Apnea Test
    脳死・脳蘇生研究会誌 (11) 40-42  1999 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Study on Interruption of Apnea Test
    脳死・脳蘇生研究会誌 (11) 44-46  1999 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Systemic Managent for Serve Head Injury in ICU
    Neurotraumatology 22 (1) 6-10  1999 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Clinical Problems and Treatment of Elderly Head-injured Patients in Acute Stage
    Neurotraumatology 22 (2) 80-84  1999 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Cetebral Resuscitation after Return of Spontaneous Circulation
    The Japanese Journal of Acute Medicine 23 (13) 1861-1865  1999 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • 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 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Median nerve stimulation for sereve brain damage, with its clinical improvement
    The society for treatment of coma (8) 111-114  1999 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Dynamics of extracellular calcium activity following contusion of the rat spinal cord
    Moriya T, A.Z. Hassan, Chesler M, Young W
    J Neurotrauma 11 1994 [Refereed][Not invited]

Awards & Honors

  • 2008/11 平成20年度新道路技術会議優秀技術研究開発賞
  • 2002/08 IATSS設立30周年記念ワークショップ大賞(実現性)
  • 1984/08 The Award of NYU Science Conferences for Researchers


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