Hiroshi Henmi

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INTRODUCTION Past history of mass casualties related to international football games brought the importance of practical planning, preparedness, simulation training, and analysis of potential patient presentations to the forefront of emergency research. METHODS The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor, and Welfare established the Health Research Team(More)
INTRODUCTION The large number casualties caused by the 1995 Great Hanshin and Awaji Earthquake created a massive demand for medical care. However, as area hospitals also were damaged by the earthquake, they were unable to perform their usual functions. Therefore, the care capacity was reduced greatly. Thus, the needs to: (1) transport a large number of(More)
INTRODUCTION When a large-scale disaster occurs, it is necessary to use the available resources in a variety of sites and scenes as efficiently as possible. To conduct such operations efficiently, it is necessary to deploy limited resources to the places where they will be the most effective. In this study, emergency and medical response activities that(More)
In this paper, two cases of the gluteal soft tissue necrosis after pelvic fractures will be discussed. In the case of a 29-year-old man, a localized area of skin necrosis on the buttock appeared after transcatheter arterial embolization (TAE) of the right internal iliac artery (IIA). In the second case, a 52-year-old man, who was treated using TAE of the(More)
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