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MBE 2011-01-28
Kagoshima Kagoshima University Assessment of Swallowing in Dysphagia -- Investigation by Surface Electromyography and Videofluorography --
Kyosuke Shokuda, Tomohiko Igasaki, Yuki Hayashida, Nobuki Murayama (Kumamoto Univ.), Hiroharu Koga (Kumamoto Kinoh Hospital)
Recently, the relationship between pneumonia and aspiration is designated. It is deliberated that the number of the asp... [more] MBE2010-98
MBE 2010-01-28
Kumamoto Kumamoto Univ. Examination of cooperative movement of the deglutition by surface electromyography and microphone -- The difference between young/old subjects and patients with motor disorders --
Seiji Matsushige, Tomohiko Igasaki, Yuki Hayashida, Nobuki Murayama (Kumamoto Univ.), Hiroharu Koga (Kumamoto kinoh hospital) MBE2009-85
Swallowing is performed by timely coordinated movement of deglutition related muscles. However, an old person or a pati... [more] MBE2009-85
MBE 2009-01-23
Saga Saga University Is the active electrode for surface EMGs applicable in evaluation of swallowing?
Tomohiko Igasaki (Kumamoto Univ.), Hiroharu Koga (Kumamoto Kinoh Hosp.), Hiroaki Ninomiya, Nobuki Murayama (Kumamoto Univ.) MBE2008-76
To evaluate the swallowing objectively, we have investigated the surface electromyogram (EMG) as a non-invasive examinat... [more] MBE2008-76
MBE 2008-01-25
Fukuoka Kyushu Univ. Quantitative evaluation of upper-limb movement using the swirl paths motion -- comparison between PD patients,SCD patients,and controls --
Hiroaki Haraguchi, Nobuki Murayama, Yuki Hayashida, Tomohiko Igasaki (Kumamoto Univ.), Ryoji Nakanishi (Kumamoto Kino Hosp.) MBE2007-84
Using a voluntary movement analysis system which we have developed,the features of the ataxia of Parkinson's diasease(P... [more] MBE2007-84
MBE 2008-01-25
Fukuoka Kyushu Univ. [Poster Presentation] Feature extraction of deglutition movement of the elderly -- Consideration of available parameters --
Hiroaki Ninomiya, Tomohiko Igasaki, Yuki Hayashida, Nobuki Murayama (Kumamoto Univ.), Hiroharu Koga (Kumamoto Kino Hosp.) MBE2007-104
Generally, video fluoroscopy method is used for evaluation of patients
who have the dysphagia, which provides image of... [more]
MBE 2006-01-27
Kumamoto   Diachronic evaluation of swallowing -- comparison between non-invasive measurement and videofluorography --
Tomoki Nakahara (Kumamoto Univ.), Hiroharu Koga (Kinou Hospital), Nobuki Murayama, Yuki Hayashida, Tomohiko Igasaki (Kumamoto Univ.)
 [more] MBE2005-110
MBE 2006-01-27
Kumamoto   Quantitative evaluation of finger-nose test by using a 3-D motion capture system
Tadashi Toume, Kohichi Ogata, Toshitaka Kawasoe, Hitomi Nakazato (Kumamoto Univ.), Ryoji Nakanishi (Kumamoto Kinoh Hospital)
This paper describes quantitative evaluation of finger-nose test by using a 3-D motion capture system developed by the a... [more] MBE2005-111
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