tamba kaichirou

FacultyPalliativeCareMedicine
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Research Keywords

    palliative care, prognostication, poetry therapy, medical education, Palliative medicine

Research Areas

  • Boundary medicine / Medical sociology
  • Clinical internal medicine / General internal medicine (including psychosomatic medicine) / Palliative care
  • Clinical internal medicine / Kidney internal medicine

Career

  • Jichi Medical University, Professor
  • Apr.2013
    -
    Today
    Jichi Medical University Hospital division of palliative care medicine, professor
  • Apr.2010
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    Mar.2013
    department of palliative care medicne, professor
  • 2009
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    Mar.2010
    division of palliative care medicine, professor
  • 2006
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    2009
    division of palliative care medicine, associate professor

Research Activities

Papers(other)

  • HTLV-1 associated myelopathy in a patient with chronic renal failure
    Nephron 66(3) 351 1994
  • Cloning and functional studies of splice variants of the alpha-subunit of the amiloride-sensitive Na+ channel.(共著)
    Am J Physiol 274 C1081 1998
  • Transcriptional activation of RACTK1 K+ channel gene by apical activation in renal cortical collecting duct(共著)
    J Clin Inverst 98(2) 474 1996
  • Epithelial Sodium Channels Expressed in Xenopus Oocytes Are Activated by cyclic-AMP.
    Clinical and Experimental Nephrology 6 195-20 2002
  • The use of personalized poems in palliative care: one Japanese health professional's experience
    International Journal of Palliative Nursing Vol. 10, p534-536 2004
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  • HTLV-1 associated myelopathy in a patient with chronic renal failure
    Nephron 66(3) 351 1994
  • Cloning and functional studies of splice variants of the alpha-subunit of the amiloride-sensitive Na+ channel.(共著)
    Am J Physiol 274 C1081 1998
  • Transcriptional activation of RACTK1 K+ channel gene by apical activation in renal cortical collecting duct(共著)
    J Clin Inverst 98(2) 474 1996
  • Epithelial Sodium Channels Expressed in Xenopus Oocytes Are Activated by cyclic-AMP.
    Clinical and Experimental Nephrology 6 195-20 2002
  • The use of personalized poems in palliative care: one Japanese health professional's experience
    International Journal of Palliative Nursing Vol. 10, p534-536 2004

Book

  • Dying, Bereavement and the Healing Arts
    TAMBA Kaichiro(Joint Work )
    Jessica Kingsley Publishers Oct. 2007
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  • Dying, Bereavement and the Healing Arts
    TAMBA Kaichiro(Joint Work )
    Jessica Kingsley Publishers Oct. 2007

Outside Fund Adoption

  • Cystatin-C as a marker of glomerular filtration ratio
  • Palliative care support system with mailing-list.
  • Palliative medicine and poetry therapy
  • Differences in decision-making in treatment of renal insufficiency between physicians and nephrologists.
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  • Cystatin-C as a marker of glomerular filtration ratio
  • Palliative care support system with mailing-list.
  • Palliative medicine and poetry therapy
  • Differences in decision-making in treatment of renal insufficiency between physicians and nephrologists.


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