Saki Matsukawa

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JAPANESE CONSUMERS AS TECHNOLOGY INNOVATORS With advanced technology and savvy Generation Y consumers who know how to make use of it, the Japanese market has become one of the most unique in the world. Japanese consumers increasingly use new technology to solve old problems. In addition, many Japanese companies provide technological solutions for their(More)
We compared the changes in EEG and evoked potentials among dogs anesthetized with halothane (H), isoflurane (I) or enflurane (E). The mean frequency of EEG with H was higher than that with I and E at 1 and 2 MAC. The amplitude of the 5th wave of auditory brain stem response with H was larger than that with I and E at 2 MAC. In terms of the Pa wave of(More)
The neuromuscular blocking actions of sisomicin sulfate (SISO), micronomicin sulfate (MCR) and d-tubocurarine (dTc) were studied in 20 rabbits anesthetized with halothane. The i.v. administration of SISO 20-40 mg/kg, MCR 40-80 mg/kg or dTc 0.1-0.3 mg/kg resulted in dose-dependent decreases in twitch tension. The ED50s for SISO, MCR and dTc were 23.5, 58.2(More)
Neuromuscular blocking properties of tobramycin (Tobracin 60mg), dibekacin (Panmycin 100 mg) and ribostamycin (Vistamycin 1g) were studied in man during anesthesia and surgery by observing the effects of these antibiotics on muscle twitch tension. These antibiotics alone did not show any neuromuscular blocking action in the therapeutic doses. The(More)
The effect of amikacin on the neuromuscular junction was studied in man during anesthesia and surgery. Amikacin alone did not show any neuromuscular blocking action in normal man in therapeutic doses (100-200 mg). However, during recovery from either d-tubocurarine block or phase II block with succinylcholine, the intravenous administration of 200 mg of(More)
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