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MBE 2021-05-28
13:30
Online Online An experiment to estimate body temperature using a thermal uroflowmeter
Ryosuke Matsui, Juhyon Kim, Kazuki Nakajima (Univ. of Toyama) MBE2021-1
In recent years, we are required to manage physical condition, especially body temperature because of the epidemic of in... [more] MBE2021-1
p.1
MBE 2021-05-28
14:20
Online Online Effect of outside air temperature on a core body temperature rise by bathing
Masaki Akahori, Souta Sunaga, Juhyon Kim, Kazuki Nakajima (Toyama Univ.)
The number of older population in Japan is increasing than any other country. Bathing has been gathered attention as a m... [more]
MBE 2021-05-28
15:50
Online Online Preliminary research on estimation of urine absorption volume of diapers using the capacitance
Keisuke Shichitani, Sota Tanaka (Univ. of Toyama), Takashi Ohinata, Hiroki Kurasaki (FRANCEBED), Juhyon Kim, Kazuki Nakajima (Univ. of Toyama) MBE2021-4
We have been evaluated quantitatively the amount of urine absorbed using capacitance sensors attached to the outer surfa... [more] MBE2021-4
p.10
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2018-11-22
09:55
Kyoto   MBE2018-37  [more] MBE2018-37
p.7
MBE 2017-09-23
14:55
Nagano National Institute of Technology, Nagano College Relationship between Television’s Operating State and Activity Using Monitoring Devices for Elderly
Rieko Funane, Juhyon Kim, Kazuki Nakajima (Univ. of Toyama) MBE2017-38
Currently in Japan, the number of elderly people and the number of nuclear families are increasing. Elderly living alone... [more] MBE2017-38
pp.21-22
MBE, BioX 2017-07-29
15:35
Tokushima Tokushima University Personal Identification by Walking Vibration Using Portable Sheet for Accessibility
Ryosuke Sugimoto, Takahiro Iikuni (Univ. of Toyama), Juhyon Kim (NEC), Yoshio Kanayama, Kazuki Nakajima (Univ. of Toyama) BioX2017-19 MBE2017-28
 [more] BioX2017-19 MBE2017-28
pp.53-56
MBE 2017-06-16
13:50
Hokkaido Hokkaido University Development of a sensor-wrapping diaper to estimate urine absorption volume for male dogs
Shintarou Yamamoto, Juhyon Kim, Kazuki Nakajima (Univ. of Toyama) MBE2017-16
Dogs may wet a floor with their urination. To prevent this problem, the owner makes the dog wear a diaper. If the urine ... [more] MBE2017-16
pp.27-30
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2017-05-26
16:10
Toyama Toyama Prefectural Univ. Effect of ghrelin injection into rat lateral ventricle on the sleep-wake behavior
Toshiki Tajima, Juhyon Kim, Kazuki Nakajima (Univ. of Toyama) MBE2017-9
Regulation of sleep-wake behavior is one of the important physiological functions in the central nervous system. Ghrelin... [more] MBE2017-9
pp.45-48
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2017-05-26
16:35
Toyama Toyama Prefectural Univ. A preliminary study on respiratory waveform analysis method for swallowing detection focused on swallowing apnea
Naoya Oritani, Masahiro Saito, Juhyon Kim, Minako Nakabayashi (Univ. of Toyama), Natsuko Tsubouti, Kazue Hayashi (Riunen), Kazuki Nakajima (Univ. of Toyama) MBE2017-10
The purpose of this study is developing a sensor to alleviate the burden on care-givers. We aimed to detect a swallowing... [more] MBE2017-10
pp.49-52
MICT 2016-11-05
09:00
Osaka Osaka International House Foundation [Invited Talk] Sensor developments for swallowing and excretion
Kazuki Nakajima (Univ. Toyama) MICT2016-55
The number of the elderly people is increasing in Japan and the number of the care receiver is also increasing with it. ... [more] MICT2016-55
pp.43-46
MBE 2016-09-24
14:55
Niigata Niigata University A modified method of calculating electrical impedance and admittance of skeletal muscles by the finite-difference-method
Hiromasa Hirakawa, Kohei Nakamura, Tomohiro Nomura (Kanazawa Univ.), Kazuki Nakajima (Univ. Toyama), Hitoshi Asai, Toshiaki Yamazaki, Tosiaki Miyati, Hiroshi Furusho, Katsuhisa Sekine (Kanazawa Univ.) MBE2016-28
To utilize the measurements of electrical impedance and/or admittance as a non-invasive method of structural analyses of... [more] MBE2016-28
pp.25-28
BioX, ITE-ME, ITE-IST [detail] 2016-06-20
14:40
Ishikawa Ishikawa-Shiko-Kinen-Bunka-Koryukan Personal identification using the characteristics of floor vibration during walking
Ryosuke Sugimoto, Yuma Mano, Juhyon Kim, Kazuki Nakajima (Univ. of Toyama) BioX2016-1
(To be available after the conference date) [more] BioX2016-1
pp.15-18
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2016-05-21
16:35
Toyama University of Toyama Development of a sensor system for preventing falls as standing up from the toilet seat
Takahiro Iikuni, Kazuki Ikeda, Juhyon Kim, Kazuki Nakajima (Univ. Toyama) MBE2016-8
Inpatient may fall down at the time of the standing-up from the toilet. A sensor system that informs automatically nurse... [more] MBE2016-8
pp.41-44
MBE 2015-05-23
10:20
Toyama   A study on a printing method on the clothes with a fluorescent paint for the system using black light to support preventing going out as wandering of the elderly.
Takuto Akashi, Takeshi Yamamoto, Mizuki Yamamoto, Juhyon Kim, Kazuki Nakajima (Toyama Univ.) MBE2015-1
A system using black light to support preventing going out as wandering of the elderly has been developed. The previous ... [more] MBE2015-1
pp.1-5
MBE 2014-05-24
10:45
Toyama University of Toyama Study on development of a sensor to evaluate absorption volume of diaper
Shujiro Konno, Kota Yamashita, Juhyon Kim, Kazuki Nakajima (Univ of Toyama) MBE2014-1
This is a preliminary study to develop a sensor to evaluate absorption volume of diaper. As a sensor, a pair of electrod... [more] MBE2014-1
pp.1-4
MBE 2014-05-24
11:10
Toyama University of Toyama Study on temperature sensor to evaluate urine volume in toilet
Koya Fujita, Shunpei Katsui, Juhyon Kim, Kazuki Nakajima (Univ. of Toyama) MBE2014-2
Temperature of discharged urine is the core temperature of the human. To detect the urination and to estimate the volume... [more] MBE2014-2
pp.5-8
MBE 2013-05-24
09:50
Toyama   Ghrelin depolarizes hypothalamic tuberomammillary nucleus neurons
Yuji Wakabayashi, Juhyon Kim, Kazuki Nakajima (Univ. of Toyama) MBE2013-3
Ghrelin, known as stimulator of release of growth hormone (GH) and food intake, is produced by stomach, other peripheral... [more] MBE2013-3
pp.11-13
MBE 2013-05-24
10:15
Toyama   Personal identification using gait pattern obtained from a load sensor
Keima Nasu, Juhyon Kim, Kazuki Nakajima (Univ. of Toyama) MBE2013-4
Sensor systems that automatically obtain the physiological data in the toilet and bathroom have been developed. If the p... [more] MBE2013-4
pp.15-18
BioX
(2nd)
2013-05-24
17:40
Toyama Toyama Prefectural University [Poster Presentation] Preliminary study on development of a swallowing sensor for meal assistance
Kosei Nishitani, Ryosuke Orito, Juhyon Kim, Kazuki Nakajima (Univ of Toyama)
In Japan, number of nursing facility users who require high nursing care level are increasing every year. The previous s... [more]
BioX
(2nd)
2013-05-24
17:40
Toyama Toyama Prefectural University [Poster Presentation] Preliminary study on a warning system using black light to prevent going out of elderly people with dementia
Yutaka Nishigaki, Juhyon Kim, Kazuki Nakajima (Univ of Toyama)
The wandering of elderly people with dementia is a heavy burden on caregivers. Some sensor systems using a transmitter h... [more]
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