Kazuma Morino

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We report here the case of a patient suffering from hemophagocytic syndrome (HPS) associated with toxic shock syndrome (TSS). A 50-year-old man was admitted because of fever, watery diarrhea and shortness of breath. Clinical analysis revealed systemic cyanosis, sunburn-like erythema and septic shock. Staphylococcus aureus was identified from both blood and(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)
BACKGROUND We investigated whether early initiation of hemoperfusion with a polymyxin B cartridge (PMX) after the diagnosis of septic shock could improve the clinical outcome. METHODS A prospective, open-labeled, multicenter cohort study was performed at intensive care units in Japan. 41 patients received PMX within 6 h after the diagnosis of septic shock(More)
OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to draft a new Japanese Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT) training program based on the responses to the Great East Japan Earthquake. METHODS Working group members of the Japan DMAT Investigative Commission, Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, reviewed reports and academic papers on DMAT activities after(More)
Kazuma Morino has received many awards in international competitions including SIGGRAPH and Ars Electronica. In his Build, exhibited in the SIGGRAPH 2003 Art Gallery, many of the built structures in our contemporary urban landscapes are concatenations of pre-fab parts and standardised dimensions.
V IS U A L P R O C E E D IN G S C O M P U T E R A N IM A T IO N F E S T IV A L Figures (dolls) made up of geometric shapes rush around, intertwining themselves with other objects. The work expresses the beauty of interacting objects over time. Artist: Kazuma Morino Music Composer: Yoshiyuki Usui Special thanks to: Satoshi Tsukamoto, Hideto Kana Produced by:(More)
This report outlines the need for the development of an advanced course in mass-casualty life support (MCLS) and introduces the course content. The current problems with education on disasters involving chemical agents, biological agents, radiation/nuclear attacks, or explosives (CBRNE) in Japan are presented. This newly developed "MCLS-CBRNE" program was(More)
Producer: Vision International, A Division of Autometric Gwenn Afton Bird: human modeling and animation, environment modeling Kim Wallace: visual speech, environment modeling, color and light Mike Darweesh: speech software, tool programming, rendering scripts Mike Walsh: texture maps, modeling, color and light, story Gregory Dismond: Creative/Technical(More)