Yanosuke Kozaki

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A 21 year-old female college student with a history of Turner syndrome at age 9, and 6-year growth hormone replacement therapy noticed weakness of right extremities when she got up on March 26, 2001. On admission, she showed right hemiparesis (4+/5) and hypesthesia on the right of body. The hemiparesis progressed (3-/5) in spite of antithrombotic therapy.(More)
To improve the quality of life in patients with malignant diseases at the near-terminal stage, we established a system for home infusion therapy (HIT) in Osaka Prefectural Habikino Hospital in 1994. Thirty-three patients were taken care of at home using the HIT system from January, 1995 to May, 1996. Their average age was 70 years old. The duration of HIT(More)
A survey was conducted from April through September, 1997, of 24 hospitalized terminal lung cancer patients connected to IVH and CSC, for whom the possibility of release from hospital was considered, and of their families. A comparative survey was made between patients who accepted HIT and those who did not. No difference was found between the groups by(More)
To improve the quality of life in cancer patients at a near-terminal stage, we assisted patients to stay home using a system for home infusion therapy (HIT) established at Osaka Prefectural Habikino Hospital in 1994. From April in 1995 to April in 1996, 25 patients were treated at home using the HIT system for longer than 7 days. Thirteen out of 25 patients(More)
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