Mitsuru Miyaki

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Results: fifty-five newborns were females and 45 were males, the average birthweight was 1,078 ± 0.277 g and gestational age was 29.2 ± 2.8 weeks. Twenty-one patients died. The mortality rate in the CRIB groups 1, 2, 3 and 4 was, respectively 6.6%; 46.2%; 87.5% and 100.0%. The score accuracy for mortality was confirmed (area under the ROC curve = 0.877) and(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine the clinical risk index for babies (CRIB) predictive value for hospital death; to identify the score variable with the best predictive value and to compare CRIB score capability to predict hospital mortality to birth weight, gestational age and base excess. METHODS CRIB score was obtained through a prospective way from 100 newborns(More)
BACKGROUND The pH at the surface of healthy human skin is around 5. Cleansing the skin with soap increases the pH of the skin, which then returns to a more acidic pH within a few hours. However, the effects of skin cleansing with soap over a long time on the pH regulatory system is still unclear. OBJECT We compared the pH of the skin between users of a(More)
OBJECTIVE Sodium laureth sulphate (SLES) is an anionic detergent, which has been used globally for personal care products because of its mildness and good foaming ability. However, SLES is somewhat invasive and stimulatory to the skin, and many consumers with sensitive skin desire milder detergents for daily use skin cleansers. We enhanced the mildness of(More)
BACKGROUND/PURPOSE Washing the face with a mild cleanser is generally recommended for acne care. Occasionally, the general public has the misconception that acne is exacerbated by cleansers and furthermore it has concerns about inducing skin irritation and xerosis by intensive washing. Recently, we developed a new cleanser based on sodium laureth(More)
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