Yoshitake Oshima

Learn More
Using a water immersion (WI) method, the combined effect of central blood volume (CBV) loading and work intensity on the time course of heart rate (HR) at the onset of upright dynamic exercise was investigated. Seven males cranked a cycle ergometer for 12 min using their un-immersed arms at low-, moderate- and high-work intensities, followed by a 12-min(More)
Rats were trained to run in a spatial, radial maze for sucrose reward using a procedure that permitted determination of two memory functions [working memory (WM) and reference memory (RM)]. Injections of saline, 0.1, 0.4, and 0.8 mg/kg of scopolamine hydrobromide were administered using a Latin-square design; a single dose (0.4 mg/kg) of scopolamine(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the effectiveness of self-weighing twice a day with a supportive program installed on a body composition monitor in overweight adults. SUBJECTS Sixty adults with BMI > 24 kg/m(2) were randomly assigned to either a group that weighed themselves once per day (group 1, n = 30) or a group that weighed themselves twice per day (group(More)
OBJECTIVES To examine the effects of telephone-delivered lifestyle coaching on preventing the development of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) in participants with impaired fasting glucose (IFG). DESIGN Cluster randomised trial. SETTING 40 groups from 17 healthcare divisions in Japan: companies (31), communities (6) and mixed settings (3). PARTICIPANTS(More)
In this study, we investigated the effect of low-frequency ES (electric stimulation) to muscle oxygenation level by NIRS (near infrared spectroscopy) from comparing with V-Ex (voluntary exercise). Ten subjects performed ES and V-Ex test in supine position on a bed with 90 degrees flexion of the right knee joint and fixation of the right ankle to the end of(More)
BACKGROUND The purpose of this study was to disclose the relationship between objectively measured non-exercise activity (NEA) and moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) using triaxial accelerometer and the effect of each activity on glucose and fat metabolism in active type 2 diabetes. Elucidating this relationship and effect would lead to support(More)
Hippocampectomized (N = 19) and control (N = 18) rats were trained on an elevated T-maze in which place, cue and response strategies employed could be separated from one another. For nine hippocampals and nine controls, a place task was followed by a cue task (place-cue condition) while the order was reversed for the remaining subjects (cue-place(More)
  • 1