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OKUYAMA Manabu

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Affiliation

Graduate School of Medicine , Doctorial Course in Medicine , Bioregulatory Medicine

Title

Associate Professor

Academic Background (Undergraduate Level) 【 display / non-display

  • Akita University   Faculty of Medicine   1995.03  Graduated

Professional Career On-Campus 【 display / non-display

  • 2018.09
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    Akita University   Graduate School of Medicine   Doctorial Course in Medicine   Bioregulatory Medicine   Associate Professor

  • 2016.09
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    2018.08

    Akita University   Graduate School of Medicine   Doctorial Course in Medicine   Bioregulatory Medicine   Lecturer

  • 2013.04
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    2016.08

    Akita University   Hospital   Intensive Care Unit   Assistant Professor

 

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  • Soluble and cell-associated forms of some yet to be identified factor in transfused blood which promotes solid tumor growth in mice.

     (English)

    Motoyama S, Saito S, Saito R, Nakamura M, Imano H, Minamiya Y, Ogawa J 

    Surger Today   34 ( 8 ) 673 - 677   2003.03   The Multiple Authorship

    General surgery Digestive surgery

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  • The impact of organ dysfunctions on mortality in patients with severe sepsis: A multicenter prospective observational study.

    Kudo D, Kushimoto S, Miyagawa N, Sato T, Hasegawa M, Ito F, Yamanouchi S, Honda H, Andoh K, Furukawa H, Yamada Y, Tsujimoto Y, Okuyama M.

    Journal of Critical Care   2018.01

  • Comparison of quality of human serum albumin preparations in two pharmaceutical products.

    Nakae H, Tomida K, Kikuya Y, Okuyama M, Igarashi T

    Acute Medicine & Surgery   2017.07

  • Fire evacuation drill as disaster management training: A focus on command, safety, communication, and assessment

    Manabu Okuyama, Satoru Motoyama, Toshiko Igarashi, Hajime Nakae

    2017.07

  • Evaluation of drug screen test MEDICAL STAT compared with Triage` DOA

    Manabu OKUYAMA Hajime NAKAE,Toshiko IGARASHI, Kimitaka TAJIMI

    Joumal of Japanese Society for Emergency Medicine   2015.02

  • Proton pump inhibitors relieve and prevent symptoms related to gastric acidity after esophagectomy

    Okuyama M, Motoyama S, Maruyama K, Sasaki K, Sato Y, Ogawa J

    World Journal of Surgery   2008.02

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