Fukui Prefectural Hospital
Fukui Prefectural Hospital
News Article | May 9, 2017
Asia Proton Therapy Market (Actual & Potential), Patients Treated, List of Proton Therapy Centers and Forecast to 2022 provides a comprehensive assessment of the fast-evolving, high-growth Proton Therapy Market. Asia proton therapy market is anticipated to almost three-fold during the period 2016 - 2022. The number of proton therapy centers is continuously increasing in Asia. Still, it is believed that players will miss out on a majority of cancer patients who can benefit with proton therapy, overlooking a huge multi-Billion-dollar potential market. The number of patients treated with Proton Therapy is very low whereas; the potential candidates for proton therapy are huge. Key Points Covered in the Report: - Asia accounts for around 60% of the world population and half the global burden of cancer. - Mitsubishi is the leading player in proton therapy market in Japan. However, other players like IBA, Hitachi, Sumitomo etc. have also started to make their presence felt in the market. - South Korea is the second largest market for proton therapy in Asia. - China has the huge market opportunity for proton therapy treatment owing to large population bae of cancer patients. - IBA has one operational proton therapy center in China while 4 more centers are in development phase. - In India, 2 proton therapy centers are under development phase and are scheduled to open in 2018 and 2019. Key Topics Covered: 1. Executive Summary 2. Asia Proton Therapy Market Analysis 2.1 Asia Proton Therapy Market - Actual and Potential Market 2.2 Asia Proton Therapy Patient Number - Actual and Potential 3. Asia Proton Therapy Market Share Analysis 3.1 Asia Proton Therapy Actual and Potential Market Share - By Country 3.2 Asia Proton Therapy Actual and Potential Candidate Share - By Country 4. Asia - List of Proton Therapy Centers, Start of Treatment, Patient Treated 5. Japan Proton Therapy Market Analysis 5.1 Japan Proton Therapy - Actual and Potential Market (2003 - 2022) 5.2 Japan Proton Therapy Patients Number - Actual and Potential (2003 - 2022) 5.3 Japan - List of Proton Therapy Centers, Cost, Start of Treatment, Patient Treated 5.4 Japan Proton Therapy - Company Analysis 6. Japan - Number of Patients Treated at Proton Therapy Centers 6.1 National Institute of Radiological Sciences - Number of Patients Treated (2008 - 2015) 6.2 Hyogo Ion Beam Medical Center - Number of Patients Treated (2007 - 2015) 6.3 Shizuoka Cancer Center - Number of Patients Treated (2007 - 2015) 6.4 Southern Tohoku Proton Therapy Center - Number of Patients Treated (2013 - 2014) 6.5 Gunma University Heavy Ion Medical Center - Number of Patients Treated (2013 - 2015) 6.6 Fukui Prefectural Hospital Proton Beam Cancer Treatment Center - Number of Patients Treated (2013 - 2015) 6.7 Medipolis Medical Research Institute - Number of Patients Treated (2013 - 2015) 6.8 Saga Heavy Ion Medical Accelerator in Tosu - Number of Patients Treated (2013 - 2015) 6.9 Japanese National Cancer Center - Number of Patients Treated (2007 - 2014) 6.10 The Proton Medical Research Center 2, University of Tsukuba, JAPAN - Number of Patients Treated (2007 - 2015) 6.11 Nagoya City Quality Life 21 Jouhoku, Japan - Number of Patients Treated (2013 - 2015) 6.12 Aizawa Hospital - Number of Patients Treated (Oct - 2014) 7. South Korea Proton Therapy Market Analysis 7.1 South Korea Proton Therapy - Actual and Potential Market (2007 - 2022) 7.2 South Korea Proton Therapy Patients Number - Actual and Potential (2007 - 2022) 7.3 South Korea - List of Proton Therapy Centers, Start of Treatment, Patient Treated 8. South Korea - Number of Patients Treated at Proton Therapy Centers 8.1 Korean National Cancer Center - Number of Patients Treated (2007 - 2015) 8.2 Samsung Proton Center - Number of Patients Treated (2015) 9. China Proton Therapy Market Analysis 9.1 China Proton Therapy - Actual and Potential Market (2014 - 2022) 9.2 China Proton Therapy Patients Number - Actual and Potential (2014 - 2022) 9.3 China - List of Proton Therapy Centers, Start of Treatment 10. China - Number of Patients Treated at Proton Therapy Centers 10.1 Wanjie Proton Therapy Center (WPTC) - Number of Patients Treated (2007 - 2013) 11. India Potential Proton Therapy Market Analysis (2009 - 2022) 11.1 India - Potential Proton Therapy Market and Forecast 11.2 India - Potential Candidate for Proton Therapy Number and Forecast 11.3 India - List of Proton Therapy Centers, Start of Treatment 12. Singapore Potential Proton Therapy Market Analysis (2012 - 2022) 12.1 Singapore - Potential Proton Therapy Market and Forecast 12.2 Singapore - Potential Candidate for Proton Therapy Number and Forecast 12.3 Singapore - List of Proton Therapy Centers, Start of Treatment 13. Taiwan Potential Proton Therapy Market Analysis (2012 - 2022) 13.1 Taiwan - Potential Proton Therapy Market and Forecast 13.2 Taiwan - Potential Candidate for Proton Therapy Number and Forecast 13.3 Taiwan - List of Proton Therapy Centers, Start of Treatment 14. Current Radiation Therapies 14.1 Third Dimensional Conformal Therapy (CRT) 14.2 Image Guided Radiotherapy (IGRT) 14.3 Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy (IMRT) 14.4 Stereotactic Radiotherapy 14.5 Neutron Therapy 14.6 Heavy Ion Radiotherapy 14.7 Proton Therapy 15. Components of a Standard Proton Therapy Center 15.1 Proton Accelerator 15.2 Beam Transport System 15.3 Beam Delivery System 15.4 Nozzle 15.5 Treatment Planning System 15.6 Image Viewers 15.7 Patient Positioning System (PPS) 15.8 Human Resource 16. Proton Therapy - Driving Factors 16.1 Technology Advancement 16.2 Growing Incidence of Cancer Patients 16.3 Proton Therapy Provides Enormous Benefits 17. Proton Therapy - Challenges 17.1 Requires Huge Investment 17.2 Operations Challenges 17.3 More Clinical Evidence Is Needed For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/8hcbbg/asia_proton Research and Markets Laura Wood, Senior Manager firstname.lastname@example.org For E.S.T Office Hours Call +1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call +1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907 Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716 To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/asia-proton-therapy-market-report-2017-patients-treated-list-of-proton-therapy-centers-and-forecast-to-2022---research-and-markets-300454204.html
No H.,Fukui Prefectural Hospital
Kyobu geka. The Japanese journal of thoracic surgery | Year: 2016
A 15-year-old boy was referred to our emergency room due to a penetrating injury of the back. Computed tomography( CT) demonstrated a descending aortic injury at the Th9/10 level, bilateral hemothorax, and spinal cord injury. Although surgical treatment was indicated, multiple organ injury complicated open surgical repair, which required cardiopulmonary bypass with full heparinization. Therefore, the patient was scheduled to undergo thoracic endovascular aortic repair (TEVAR). A 23×33-mm Excluder aortic extension cuff was chosen for the small, 15-mm diameter aorta. The aortic extension was delivered and deployed in the descending aorta. Postoperative CT demonstrated neither endoleak nor collapse of the stent-graft. TEVAR for traumatic aortic aneurysm appears to be safe and effective, and an aortic extension for an abdominal aortic aneurysm may be utilized as an alternative device if the patient is young and the aorta is small.
Tanaka N.,Fukui Prefectural Hospital
Kyobu geka. The Japanese journal of thoracic surgery | Year: 2016
A case was a 72-year-old female who was pointed out abnormal findings on her chest X-ray taken at the medical checkup. Chest computed tomography revealed a tumor with 3.1 cm in diameter at the right lower lobe and multiple small nodules in both lung lobes. We initially suspected lung cancer with intrapulmonary metastases. However, only tumor at the right lower lobe increased in size and the size of other small nodules was not changed. Therefore, we performed the right lower lobectomy with mediastinal nodal dissection and the partial resection of right middle lobe to establish the diagnosis. Pathological assessment revealed that the tumor at right lower lobe was adenocarcinoma with follicular bronchiolitis, and small nodules in the lower lobe were intrapulmonary lymph nodes, and the nodules in the middle lobe were lymph node infiltration with follicular bronchiolitis. The composite tumor of primary lung cancer and follicular bronchitis is very rare, and the cancer stage could be overdiagnosed.
Tanizaki S.,Fukui Prefectural Hospital
Annals of Plastic Surgery | Year: 2017
OBJECTIVE: Most literature about geriatric burns has focused on inpatient management; therefore, our study investigated the effects of burn characteristics and preexisting medical comorbidities on treatment outcomes for geriatric burn patients treated as outpatients. METHODS: A retrospective review was conducted for 391 patients over 65 years of age seen in the emergency department of Fukui Prefectural Hospital over a 10-year period. Charts were reviewed for age, sex, burn characteristics, burn mechanisms, preexisting medical comorbidities, and treatment outcomes. Multivariate regression analysis was used to examine the relationship between outcomes of outpatients and comorbidities, which were calculated by the Charlson comorbidity index. RESULTS: Seventy-three patients aged 65 years and older were treated as outpatients at Fukui Prefectural Hospital. The majority (80%) of these patients had burns on less than 5% of their total body surface area. Scald burns accounted for 63% of burn mechanisms, with burns to the lower extremities being the most frequent. The mean percentage of total burn surface area was 4% in the outpatient group and 28% for the inpatient group. The mean time to healing was 24.3 days in outpatients. Of the 73 outpatients, 17 (23%) showed delayed healing. Of these 17 patients, 3 patients experienced wound infection and 2 patients had documented hypertrophic scarring. Four patients ultimately underwent excision and grafting. The common preexisting medical comorbidities in the outpatient group were congestive heart failure and diabetic mellitus. There were no significant differences for medical comorbidities between outpatients and inpatients. The Charlson comorbidity index for outpatients with delayed healing was higher than that for those without delayed healing. The Charlson comorbidity index was associated with delayed healing of outpatients, but age or total burn surface area were not. CONCLUSIONS: The characteristics of geriatric burn outpatients were distinct from those of inpatients. The weighted sum of preexisting medical comorbidities may affect wound healing among geriatric burn outpatients. Copyright © 2017 Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. All rights reserved.
Tamura M.,Fukui Prefectural Hospital
Innovations: Technology and Techniques in Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery | Year: 2016
ABSTRACT: In this report, we describe the use of new small-diameter forceps (Endo Relief forceps) for port-reduced thoracoscopic surgery. Forceps were designed with end that were the same size and shape as conventional 5-mm forceps, except that the diameter of the shaft was decreased to 2.4 mm. Endo Relief forceps were used for thoracoscopic surgery in 18 patients. We retrospectively compared the frequency of grasping error between conventional small-diameter forceps and Endo Relief group. The mean surgical time was 57.5 minutes (range, 45–75 minutes). There were no complications, no recurrences of pneumothorax and lung cancer, and no deaths after surgery. There were no intraoperative complications and no need for a second surgery to open additional ports. The frequency of grasping error was significantly lower in the Endo Relief group compared to the conventional small-diameter forceps group (0.17 ± 0.23 vs 1.33 ± 0.22; P = 0.022). Our experience thus far indicates that this technique has cosmetic benefit and is as effective as the classic 3-port technique for experienced thoracoscopic surgeons. Endo Relief forceps has a safety comparing conventional small-diameter forceps. ©2016 by the International Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic Surgery
Hattori M.,Fukui Prefectural Hospital
[Nippon kōshū eisei zasshi] Japanese journal of public health | Year: 2010
PURPOSE: This study was conducted to clarify the efficacy of centralization of cancer treatment using population-based cancer registry data in Fukui prefecture, Japan. METHOD: Associations between hospital procedure volume and cancer survival were analyzed using the population-based cancer registry survival data for Fukui prefecture between 1994 and 1998. Firstly the cancer patients who received primary treatments for each target sites such as esophagus, stomach, colon, liver, gall bladder, pancreas, lung, breast, uterus, ovary, prostate, urinary bladder, and lymphoid tissue were totaled. Then, hospitals were divided into 4 categories according to the number of patients by each site; high, medium, low and very low volume. Stage-matched 5-year relative survival rates for each site were then calculated for each categorized hospital volume, and that most desirable for medical treatment for each target site was decided with reference to age-, sex-, and cancer stage-adjusted hazard ratios. Age-adjusted morality reduction was estimated by the expected survival rate after centralization when all cancer patients had received treatments. RESULTS: The 5-year relative survival rates were higher in hospitals with large numbers of patients. With some target sites, such as the stomach, colon, and breast, the mortality was similar between high and low volume hospitals, whereas the other target sites showed higher mortality in line with decrease in number of patients treated. It was estimated that a 2.06% reduction in the mortality rate might be achieved if each case were treated at the most desirable category of hospital in Fukui prefecture. CONCLUSION: Cancer treatment at hospitals have appropriate procedure volumes is an effective way to increase cancer survival and lower the mortality rate.
Sato Y.,Fukui Prefectural Hospital
Gan to kagaku ryoho. Cancer & chemotherapy | Year: 2013
We report our experience with a case of colorectal cancer treated with chemotherapy for a liver metastasis patient on hemodialysis. The patient was a 67-year-old man with a history of chronic renal failure, who was on hemodialysis since 2005. High anterior resection was performed for sigmoid colon and rectal cancer in January, 2010. After starting chemotherapy while planning to use FOLFOX6+bevacizumab(BV)as a postoperative standard chemotherapy, in combination with hemodialysis three times a week while performing dose escalation, administration postponement was continued for myelosuppression that was considered to be the effect of oxaliplatin. Oxaliplatin was administered for only 2 courses, and was then changed to BV+sLV5FU2 therapy. We continued treating the metastases approximately on schedule. Imaging revealed, the liver metastases were CR because they had disappeared. The BV use case of the dialysis case had few reports, but was thought to be able to use it by careful administration safely.
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Shimizu Y.,Fukui Prefectural Hospital |
Hashizume Y.,Fukui Prefectural Hospital
Journal of Cardiothoracic Surgery | Year: 2013
Background: The current trend in thoracoscopic surgery is to use fewer ports to decrease postoperative pain, chest wall paresthesia, and duration of hospital stay. In this study we compared the results of our current experience with single-incision thoracoscopic surgery (SITS) and conventional three-port video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (3P-VATS).Methods: From October 2011 to August 2012, 37 consecutive patients underwent thoracoscopic surgery. This is a non-randomized retrospective study. Among these patients, 19 (SITS group) were treated using single port method (SITS), whereas 18 (3P-VATS group) were treated using the conventional three-port methods (3P-VATS). The surgical duration, number of resected lesions, duration of chest drainage, duration of hospital stay, inpatient pain scores, and patient satisfaction scores were compared between both groups.Results: The mean age at surgery, indication, gender, body mass index, and the side involved were similar in both groups. The procedures performed in the SITS group were similar to those performed in the 3P-VATS group. The mean operative time was longer in the SITS group compared with the 3P-VATS group. Duration of postoperative drainage days and hospital stay was shorter in the SITS group compared with the 3P-VATS group, although these differences were not statistically significant. Pain scores on postoperative days 0,1, and 3 were significantly higher in patients who underwent 3P-VATS compared with those who underwent SITS (p = 0.012, 0.039, and 0.037, respectively). The SITS group reported higher patient satisfaction scores than the 3P-VATS group, patients in the 3P-VATS group tended to receive higher total doses of analgesics (NSAIDs) after surgery compared with those in the SITS group, although these differences were not statistically significant.Conclusions: Our experience demonstrated that SITS decreased postoperative pain and resulted in higher patient satisfaction compared with the conventional three-port VATS. However, a prospective, randomized study is needed to confirm our preliminary findings. To overcome the technological limitations of SITS, the development of new instruments is needed. © 2013 Tamura et al.; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.
Ueda Y.,Fukui Prefectural Hospital
Orthopedics | Year: 2012
Eosinophilic granuloma of the spine is a common benign disease in children and adolescents that rarely affects adults.This article describes the case of a 32-year-old woman with a solitary eosinophilic granuloma presenting as a local lytic lesion at the L4 vertebral body. She presented with a 2-month history of low back pain without neurological deficits. Plain radiographs showed a lytic lesion of the L4 vertebral body. Computed tomography scans showed an osteolytic lesion surrounded by partial sclerotic change of the L4 vertebral body. Magnetic resonance imaging revealed a low-intensity lesion on T1-weighted images and a high-intensity lesion on T2-weighted images. A computed tomography-guided transpedicular needle biopsy of the L4 vertebral body was performed. The histological specimen stained with hematoxylin-eosin revealed features of eosinophilic granuloma with aggregates of Langerhans cells. On immunological studies, the diagnosis of eosinophilic granuloma was facilitated by diffuse immunoreactivity of S-100 protein and CD1a. For the 3-month period after biopsy, the patient was fitted with a corset and allowed to walk. Four months after biopsy, computed tomography scans showed that remodeling of the destructive lesion of the L4 vertebral body was occurring. Two years after initial onset, the patient had complete relief of low back pain and no neurologic deficit. Computed tomography scans showed full reconstitution of the lesion. This was a rare case of successful conservative treatment of eosinophilic granuloma of the lumbar spine in an adult. Conservative treatment may be considered in a patient with an eosinophilic granuloma with no neurological deficit or spinal instability. Copyright 2012, SLACK Incorporated.
Hattori Y.,Fukui Prefectural Hospital
Japanese Journal of Clinical Radiology | Year: 2016
Acute abdominal pain due to adrenal ischemia as an initial symptom of myelodysplastic syndrome. Report of 3 cases. Radiologic findings of 3 cases who showed the acute adrenal lesion was the first to recognized abnormal finding of myelodysplastic syndrome were reported. CE-CT showed total or spotty absence of enhancement and swelling of uni- or bilateral adrenal gland. On follow up CT, these abnormalities were normalized. It is important that acute abdominal pain due to adrenal ischemia or infarction can be recognized as an initial symptom of myelodysplastic syndrome.