3 edition of Epidemiological studies of serum lipids of Japanese men and women in Kumamoto prefecture, Japan found in the catalog.
Epidemiological studies of serum lipids of Japanese men and women in Kumamoto prefecture, Japan
1978 by Dept. of Geriatrics, Institute of Constitutional Medicine, Kumamoto University in Kumamoto .
Written in English
|Other titles||Bulletin ; v. 28 (Supplement)|
|Statement||by Haruo Uzawa, Nobuhisa Nakamura.|
|Contributions||Nakamura, Nobuhisa, joint author., Kumamoto Daigaku. Taishitsu Igaku Kenkyūjo.|
|LC Classifications||QP99.3.L5 U93|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. :|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||81473004|
For Japanese people to be diagnosed as metabolic syndrome you must have at least three of the following five signs. For men, waist over 90 cm, for women over 80 cm; blood pressure greater than /85 mmHg, neutral fat of mg/dL or more; HDL (good cholesterol) of under 40 mg/dL for men, 50 mg/dL for women; and blood sugar over mg/dL. No study has shown a positive relationship between hypercholesterolemia and all-cause mortality in the Japanese population. Therefore, a cohort study of years' duration was conducted on participants aged 30 years or older, selected randomly from throughout by: / Dietary Sources of Sodium in China, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States, Women and Men Aged 40 to 59 Years: The INTERMAP Study. In: Journal of the American Dietetic Association. ; Vol. , No. 5. pp. Cited by: serum PSA and patient age, however, were obtained from white men. No data are available for either black or Asian men. In this report the serum PSA findings from a community-based study involving men from a Japanese fishing village are presented, and age-specific reference ranges for serum PSA in Japanese men are given. Methods.
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This paper examined the relation of green tea consumption to serum lipids and lipoproteins in 2, male self-defense officials in Japan, aged years, who received a preretirement health examination at three hospitals of the Self-Defense Forces in The National Survey on Circulatory Disorders of Japan showed that in the 30 years from tothe mean SBP for Japanese men aged Japan book to 49 decreased by mmHg, from mmHg to mmHg, and for women aged 40 to 49 it decreased by mmHg, from mmHg to mmHg (Fig.
4) Japan book, 39].Cited by: 1. Int J Clin Oncol. Aug;16(4) doi: /sy. Epub Jan Epidemiological study of primary intracranial tumors: a regional survey in Kumamoto prefecture in southern Japanyear by: Green tea consumption and serum lipid profiles: A cross-sectional study in Northern Kyushu, BR Harris, W Winkelstein Jr, et iological studies of coronary heart disease and stroke in Japanese men living in Japan, Hawaii and California: Demographic, physical, dietary and biochemical by: A n e p a s u t i l i s e r à d e s f i n s c o m m e r c i a l Epidemiological studies of serum lipids of Japanese men and women in Kumamoto prefecture s in women) whereas meningeal tumors are almost three times more common in women (/, vs /, in men.
ONLINE ISSN: PRINT ISSN: (As of J ) Registered articles: 2, Article; Volume/Issue/Page; DOI. The subjects were Epidemiological studies of serum lipids of Japanese men and women in Kumamoto prefecture ( men and women) in a cross-sectional study in 2 municipal offices in Japan.
Serum cholesterol ester (CE) and phospholipid fatty acid composition were. The data of a year followup study of urban Japanese men and women was used to explore these associations.
Age-adjusted and multivariate-adjusted relative risk of total and cancer mortality according to serum total cholesterol level Serum cholesterol mg/dl All causes Age-adjusted Multivariate-adjusted* n relative risk relative risk (95 Cited by: Design: This study was a large-scale, population-based, prospective cohort study in Japan involv men women, aged 45–75 y.
Introduction. The causal relationship between high levels of serum total cholesterol (TC) and coronary heart disease is well established. Several studies in Western populations have shown clearly that a high cholesterol concentration contributes to an increased risk of all-cause mortality.However, to our knowledge, a positive relationship between high serum levels of Epidemiological studies of serum lipids of Japanese men and women in Kumamoto prefecture and Cited by: levels of blood Epidemiological studies of serum lipids of Japanese men and women in Kumamoto prefecture and serum lipids in a Japanese population.
Methods: We conducted a cross-sectional analysis among (in the analysis on blood pressure) and (in the analysis on serum lipids) Japanese subjects aged years. Dietary patterns were identified from a food frequency questionnaire by factor analysis.
demiologic studies of coronary heart disease and stroke in Japanese men living in Japan, Hawaii and California: Prevalence of coronary and hyper-tensive heart disease and associated risk factors. Am J Epidemiol A study of coronary heart disease (CHD) among Japanese migrantsCited by: Subjects.
Participants were population-based samples of randomly-selected men aged 40– Japanese men from Kusatsu City, Shiga, Japan, and white men from Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Exclusion criteria were 1) clinical cardiovascular disease, 2) type 1 diabetes, 3) cancer except skin cancer in the past two years, 4) renal failure, and 5) Cited by: Objective To examine the association between adherence to the Japanese Food Guide Spinning Top and total and cause specific mortality.
Design Large scale population based prospective cohort study in Japan with follow-up for a median of 15 years. Setting 11 public health centre areas across Japan. Participants 36 men and 42 women aged Cited by: The proportion of hypertensive patients in the baseline survey was % for men and % for women.
The LE of year-old men and women was years and years, respectively, in. Men and women aged years were examined by common standardized methods-four samples in Japan ( men, women) and a Japanese-American sample in Hawaii ( men, women).
The serum cholesterol levels in and were higher than that inbut in values similar to those in were observed in both men and women. The present results will become the standard serum lipid level data for the Japanese people, and succeeding year surveys will clarify the trends of lipid levels in this country.
The Kumamoto Study was a randomized clinical trial designed to compare intensive insulin therapy using multiple insulin injections with conventional insulin injection therapy to evaluate the effects on the development and progression of microvascular complications in Japanese patients with type 2 diabetes.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the association between dietary patterns derived from factor analysis and the levels of blood pressure and serum lipids in a Japanese population. Methods: We conducted a cross-sectional analysis among (in the analysis on blood pressure) and (in the analysis on serum lipids) Japanese subjects Cited by: Apolipoprotein (apo) E phenotype was examined in healthy subjects and in patients seen between and The frequency of the apo E2, 3, Cited by: hypertension in Japanese men.
The INTERMAP is an international cross-sectional epide-miologic study of 4, men and women ages 40–59 from 17 population samples in China (three samples), Japan (four samples), UK (two samples), and USA (eight samples).
Nutrient intake data were based on four in-depth multi-passCited by: Japan is one of the countries with the longest longevity in the world, and it was accomplished by a drastic decline in stroke mortality from ’s.
The decline in stroke mortality would be largely explained by a population-wide decreasing trend in blood pressure (BP) level, because higher BP has been the strongest risk factor of stroke; about 20% of total deaths can Cited by: The increased use of neuro-imaging techniques, as well as various environmental factors, has been changing the incidence and the proportions of types of intracranial tumors.
However, no accurate population-based epidemiological study of intracranial tumors in Japan has been reported. We evaluated recent trends in the occurrence of primary intracranial tumors among residents of Kumamoto Cited by: In view of the importance of the metabolic syndrome as a risk factor of CAD, changes in HDL-C and other lipid parameters in the Japanese population associated with life style, especially in males, were analyzed in this study based on data obtained in an epidemiological Cited by: Beginning with the study by Dyerberg et al on Greenland Eskimos in the late s, 1 epidemiological studies from many countries including Finland, Italy, Japan, and The Netherlands have suggested that an increased intake of dietary fish or fish oil rich in the long-chain polyunsaturated n-3 fatty acids (PUFAs), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and Cited by: Design: This study was a large-scale, population-based, prospective cohort study in Japan involv men women, aged 45–75 y, who had no history of cancer, stroke, ischemic heart disease (IHD), or chronic liver disease at baseline.
Dietary intake was assessed by using a validated item food-frequency by: Keys A, Kimura N: Lessons from serum cholesterol studies in Japan, Hawaii and Los Angeles. Ann Intern Med.
Adachi H, Hino A: Trends in nutritional intake and serum cholesterol levels over 40 years in Tanushimaru, Japanese men. J Epidemiol. Keys, A.
and collaborators. Seven Countries. The estimation of risk for incidence of hypertension was carried out by follow-up study in a small village in Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan (N=, ±months).
The most significant risk in both sexes was blood pressure at entry. As for other risks, age, total cholesterol, and BMI in females were significant risks for systolic and diastolic blood pressure Cited by: 4. TR PATHOLOGICAL, CLINICAL AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL RESEARCH ABOUT MINAMATA DISEASE, 10 YEARS AFTER.
(2ND YEAR) Kumamoto University, Faculty of Medicine Research Committee on Minamata Disease, after 10 years Chairman Prof. Takeuchi Parts I to V translated by SCITRAN (Scientific Translation Service) of Santa Barbara.
High serum total cholesterol is associated with suicide mortality in Japanese women. / The JPHC Study group. In: Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, Vol. No. 3,p. Research output: Contribution to journal › ArticleCited by: 7. We thus aimed to evaluate the association between the serum 25(OH)D concentration and lipid profiles in Japanese men taking into consideration confounding factors, including the visceral fat area (VFA.
and cardiorespiratory fitness. Methods: A total of men (age range: years. participated in our by: Lessons for Science from the Seven Countries Study: A Year Collaborative Experience in Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology [Toshima, Hironori] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Lessons for Science from the Seven Countries Study: A Year Collaborative Experience in Cardiovascular Disease EpidemiologyFormat: Paperback. Less subclinical atherosclerosis in Japanese men in Japan than in white men in the United States in the post-world war II birth cohort. Cohort studies, Coronary disease, Japan, Men, Risk factors", levels of total cholesterol and blood pressure have been similar in Japan and the United States throughout their lifetimes.
The authors Cited by: The study also included age-matched volunteers as control subjects ( men, women; mean age 56 years, range 24 to 78) living in Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan.
They underwent a check-up examination at the Japa-nese Red Cross Kumamoto Health Care Center from April to June that included determination of plasma lipid levels. Introduction.
Overweight and obesity are major public health concerns. Globally, the mean BMI has been increasing since (Finucane et al., ).The worldwide age-standardized prevalence of obesity was % in men and % in women inwhich were nearly twice the rates in (% for men and % for women) (Finucane et al., ).In Japan, the mean BMI has increased in men Cited by: 4.
Despite the importance of vitamin D, deficiency (serum 25(OH)D; Japan: one study reported the proportion of pregnant Japanese women with low (serum 25(OH)D was % in April (Spring) and Patients.
The study included patients with an AMI ( men, 66 women; mean age 57 years, range 15 to 70 at onset of MI) admitted to Kumamoto University Hospital and the university-affiliated hospitals in Kumamoto Prefecture Cited by: Serum levels of marine-derived n-3 fatty acids in Icelanders, Japanese, Koreans, and Americans-A descriptive epidemiologic study.
Akira Sekikawa, Laufey Steingrimsdottir, Hirotsugu Ueshima, Chol Shin, J. David Curb, Rhobert W. Evans, Alda M. Hauksdottir, Aya Kadota, Cited by: Yamagishi K, Iso H, Date C, Fukui M, Wakai K, Kikuchi S, et al. Fish, omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, and mortality from cardiovascular diseases in a nationwide community-based cohort of Japanese men and women the JACC (Japan Collaborative Cohort Study for Evaluation of Cancer Risk) Study.
J Am Coll Cardiol. ; – pmidCited by: Exploring the pathologies of Japan’s youth This is an exceptionally well-written book that is destined to become a classic in Japanese studies and is.
The objective of this study was to examine the association between body pdf index (BMI) and blood pdf. Two sets of cross-sectional data were obtained from annual health examinations for adults aged 40 years and over (n=1, in ; n=1, in ) in Tsunagi area of Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan.
BMI was associated with mean blood Cited by: 2.The two patients older than 90 were both women who lived independently, and who were able to walk to clinic unassisted for their appointments. The proportion of the Japanese population older than 65 is projected to increase from 12% to 40% between Author: Gregory Shumer, MD.Hironori Toshima Second generation principal investigator of the Japanese cohorts.
Toshima () is a leader ebook the second generation of cardiovascular epidemiologists active in Japan, serving as a project officer and then a principal investigator for the Seven Countries Study cohorts at Ushibuka and Tanushimaru in Kyushu.