Updated on 2022/05/02

写真a

 
UNO Chiharu
 
Organization
Institutes of Innovation for Future Society Designated assistant professor
Graduate School of Medicine Designated assistant professor
Title
Designated assistant professor

Degree 2

  1. 栄養科学博士 ( 2022.3   名古屋学芸大学 ) 

  2. 栄養科学修士 ( 2019.3   名古屋学芸大学 ) 

Research Areas 1

  1. Life Science / Nutrition science and health science  / 臨床栄養学

Education 2

  1. Nagoya University of Arts and Sciences

    - 2022.3

  2. Nagoya University of Arts and Sciences   Graduate School, Division of Health and Nutrition Sciences

    - 2019.3

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    Country: Japan

Awards 3

  1. 優秀論文賞

    2021.10   日本臨床栄養学会  

  2. 最優秀演題賞

    2020.10   第27回日本未病学会学術総会  

  3. 若手奨励賞

    2020.10   第42回日本臨床栄養学会総会/第41回日本臨床栄養協会総会 第18回大連合大会  

 

Papers 18

  1. Hospital Frailty Risk Score predicts adverse events in older patients with vertebral compression fractures: Analysis of data in a nationwide in-patient database in Japan.

    Akio Shimizu, Keisuke Maeda, Ichiro Fujishima, Jun Kayashita, Naoharu Mori, Kiwako Okada, Chiharu Uno, Miho Shimizu, Ryo Momosaki

    Geriatrics & gerontology international   Vol. 22 ( 3 ) page: 233 - 239   2022.3

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    AIMS: This study investigated the usefulness of frailty for predicting adverse events in patients with vertebral compression fractures (VCFs) during hospitalization using data obtained from the Japanese health insurance system. METHODS: This retrospective cohort study of patients with VCFs aged ≥65 years was conducted using a nationwide database in Japan. We examined the relationships between frailty risk, classified using the Hospital Frailty Risk Score (HFRS), in-hospital mortality, and complications such as pressure ulcers and pneumonia. Multivariate logistic regression analysis was used to estimate the association between the HFRS and the outcomes of patients with VCFs. RESULTS: In this study, the data of 30 980 in-patients with VCFs were analyzed. Of these patients, 76.8%, 21.3%, and 1.9% had low, intermediate, and high risks of frailty, respectively. The higher the risk of frailty, the higher the rate of in-hospital mortality and the occurrence of all complications (P < 0.001 for trend). An intermediate risk of frailty was independently associated with in-hospital mortality (odds ratio [OR], 1.421; P < 0.001), whereas a high risk of frailty did not show statistical significance (OR, 1.385; P = 0.150). Each frailty risk was independently associated with the occurrence of all complications during hospitalization. CONCLUSIONS: The HFRS, which can assess the risk of frailty based on routinely collected medical records, was predictive of adverse events in older patients with VCFs based on a nationwide database in Japan. Future studies need to assess approaches to preventing adverse events in frail VCF patients. Geriatr Gerontol Int 2022; 22: 233-239.

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  2. Hospital Frailty Risk Score predicts adverse events in older patients with hip fractures after surgery: Analysis of a nationwide inpatient database in Japan Reviewed

    Akio Shimizu, Keisuke Maeda, Ichiro Fujishima, Jun Kayashita, Naoharu Mori, Kiwako Okada, Chiharu Uno, Miho Shimizu, Ryo Momosaki

    Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics   Vol. 98   page: 104552 - 104552   2022

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  3. Short- and long-term effects of different exercise programs on the gait performance of older adults with subjective cognitive decline: A randomized controlled trial. Reviewed International journal

    Kosuke Fujita, Hiroyuki Umegaki, Taeko Makino, Kazuki Uemura, Takahiro Hayashi, Aiko Inoue, Chiharu Uno, Tomoharu Kitada, Chi Hsien Huang, Hiroyuki Shimada, Masafumi Kuzuya

    Experimental gerontology   Vol. 156   page: 111590 - 111590   2021.12

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    BACKGROUND: Older adults, especially those with cognitive decline, often have poor gait performance, which results in poor clinical outcomes due to falls or decreased daily physical activity. The effects of various exercises on gait performance have been studied, whereas the short-term and long-term effects of different exercise modalities remain unknown. OBJECTIVE: To compare the short- and long-term effects of aerobic training (AT), resistance training (RT), and combined training (CT) on the gait performance of community-dwelling older adults with subjective cognitive decline (SCD). DESIGN: A four-arm, randomized controlled trial. SETTING AND SUBJECTS: 388 community-dwelling older adults with SCD (mean age, 72.3 years). METHODS: Participants attended an exercise or education class twice a week for 26 weeks. 10 gait performance parameters were examined at baseline, post-intervention (Week 26), and after 26 weeks of follow-up (Week 52) using an electronic walkway system. RESULTS: The mean adherence of exercise sessions was 82.5 to 85.9%. All exercise intervention induced an improvement in gait speed, stride time, cadence, stride length, and double-support time at Week 26 (p < .05), without significant intergroup differences among exercise interventions. However, only RT showed a significant effect on some spatiotemporal gait parameters at Week 52. The analyses for the gait variability parameters showed mild effects of all exercise interventions. CONCLUSION: All of the exercise programs examined had a positive short-term effect on spatiotemporal gait parameters of older adults with SCD, despite no effect on gait variability parameters. RT are most recommended when long-lasting effects are the primary aim.

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  4. The association of social frailty with intrinsic capacity in community-dwelling older adults: a prospective cohort study. Reviewed International journal

    Chi Hsien Huang, Kiwako Okada, Eiji Matsushita, Chiharu Uno, Shosuke Satake, Beatriz Arakawa Martins, Masafumi Kuzuya

    BMC geriatrics   Vol. 21 ( 1 ) page: 515 - 515   2021.9

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    BACKGROUND: Social frailty is associated with poor health outcomes; however, its effects on healthy aging indicators have not been adequately investigated. This study assessed the longitudinal association between social frailty and the intrinsic capacity of community-dwelling older adults. METHODS: A total of 663 participants (56.7% women) aged ≥60 years from in Nagoya, Japan, were included in the study. The first measurement occurred in 2014, and annual follow-ups occurred until 2017. Social frailty was determined based on four items: financial difficulty, household status, social activity, and regular contact with others. A deficit score of 0 represented social robustness, 1 represented social prefrailty, and ≥ 2 represented social frailty. Intrinsic capacity was evaluated by the locomotion, cognition, psychological function, vitality, and sensory function domains. The longitudinal association was analyzed using generalized estimating equations. RESULTS: The prevalence of social prefrailty and social frailty at baseline was 31.2 and 6.3%, respectively. The social prefrailty group (β = - 0.132, P < 0.001) and social frailty group (β = - 0.258, P < 0.001) were associated with a greater reduction in the composite intrinsic capacity scores than the social robustness group, especially in the cognition, psychological function, and vitality domains. Men with social prefrailty/social frailty demonstrated a greater decrease in the psychological function domain score (- 0.512 vs. - 0.278) than women. Additionally, the cognition domain score only decreased in men in the social prefrailty/social frailty group (β = - 0.122, P = 0.016). CONCLUSIONS: Social frailty was associated with intrinsic capacity and its subdomains longitudinally. Men with social frailty were more vulnerable than women to a decline in their psychological function and cognition domains. Therefore, the advanced management of social frailty is necessary to facilitate healthy aging.

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  5. Dietary patterns and intrinsic capacity among community-dwelling older adults: a 3-year prospective cohort study. Reviewed International journal

    Chi Hsien Huang, Kiwako Okada, Eiji Matsushita, Chiharu Uno, Shosuke Satake, Beatriz Arakawa Martins, Masafumi Kuzuya

    European journal of nutrition   Vol. 60 ( 6 ) page: 3303 - 3313   2021.9

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    PURPOSE: The WHO has proposed a novel model of healthy aging called intrinsic capacity (IC). However, the association between dietary patterns and IC is unclear. We aimed to investigate the prospective associations between dietary patterns and IC trajectories over a 3-year period in community-dwelling Japanese adults aged ≥ 60 years. METHODS: A prospective cohort study which contained nutritional status, mental status, and physical function was used. A validated 34-item food frequency questionnaire was used to determine dietary intake and to derive five dietary patterns ("fruits and vegetables", "sugar and fat", "salt and pickles", "noodle and alcohol", and "protein-rich") using principal component analysis. The composite IC score was calculated as the mean of the locomotion Z-score, cognition Z-score, psychological Z-score, vitality Z-score, and sensory regression score. A generalized estimating equation was applied for longitudinal analysis. RESULTS: A total of 666 enrollees were included in the analysis. The mean baseline IC was 0.07 ± 0.47. The "fruits and vegetables" dietary pattern was positively associated with composite IC score changes after adjusting for confounders (Q4 vs. Q1: mean difference [0.069], P = 0.019). Similarly, a positive correlation was observed for the "protein-rich" dietary pattern with the composite IC score changes (Q4 vs. Q1: mean difference [0.092], Q3 vs. Q1: mean difference [0.101], Q2 vs. Q1: mean difference [0.083]; all P < 0.01). However, adherence to the "sugar and fat" dietary pattern was negatively associated with composite IC score changes (Q4 vs. Q1: mean difference [- 0.072], P = 0.026). Furthermore, the percentage of animal protein to total protein intake showed a significant incremental trend in the "protein-rich" dietary pattern (P for trend < 0.001). CONCLUSION: The "fruits and vegetables" and "protein-rich" (animal-based protein in particular) dietary patterns were positively associated with IC changes, whereas the "sugar and fat" dietary pattern was negatively associated with IC changes. Identification and promotion of healthy dietary patterns in older adults may inform future health policies and research.

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  6. Built Environment and Frailty: Neighborhood Perceptions and Associations With Frailty, Experience From the Nagoya Longitudinal Study. Reviewed International journal

    Beatriz A Martins, Renuka Visvanathan, Helen R Barrie, Chi Hsien Huang, Eiji Matsushita, Kiwako Okada, Shosuke Satake, Suzanne Edwards, Chiharu Uno, Masafumi Kuzuya

    Journal of applied gerontology : the official journal of the Southern Gerontological Society   Vol. 40 ( 6 ) page: 609 - 619   2021.6

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    Neighborhood physical characteristics have been consistently associated with the health of older adults. This article investigates links between frailty and perceptions of the neighborhood environment. Using a cross-sectional analysis of 370 community-dwelling older adults from Nagoya, Japan, neighborhood perceptions were assessed using the Neighborhood Environmental Walkability Scale (NEWS) in addition to frailty, using a frailty index. Frailty was associated with the NEWS composite index, land use mix diversity, land use mix access, street connectivity, walking infrastructure, aesthetics, and crime safety, after adjustment for covariates. Older adults with increasing frailty have poorer perceptions of their neighborhoods, which could lead to further constriction of the life-space, less social and physical engagement, and worsening of frailty status.

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  7. Friendship-related social isolation is a potential risk factor for the transition from robust to prefrailty among healthy older adults: a 1-year follow-up study. Reviewed International journal

    Chiharu Uno, Kiwako Okada, Eiji Matsushita, Shosuke Satake, Masafumi Kuzuya

    European geriatric medicine   Vol. 12 ( 2 ) page: 285 - 293   2021.4

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    PURPOSE: Social factors are often overlooked when considering physical frailty. The purpose of this study was to determine whether social isolation is associated with new onset of physical frailty among healthy Japanese older adults. METHODS: This was a 1-year prospective cohort study conducted in Japan from August 2014 to August 2015. The participants were 229 Japanese older people (106 men, 123 women, mean age = 69.3 ± 4.2 years) who did not have prefrailty or frailty at baseline and who were current students or graduates of a community college for older people in Japan. Social isolation was assessed using the Lubben Social Network Scale-6 in terms of overall social isolation, family-related social isolation, and friendship-related social isolation. Frailty was categorized using the Fried frailty criteria. The association between new onset of physical frailty and baseline characteristics, including social isolation, was investigated. RESULTS: At 1-year follow-up, 180 (78.6%) of the participants remained robust, while 49 (21.4%) were identified as prefrail; no participants were identified as frail. Prefrailty was only associated with friendship-related social isolation (odds ratio: 4.58, 95% confidence interval 2.11-9.92, P < 0.001) at baseline. No significant associations were observed for any other baseline characteristics, including overall social isolation, family-related social isolation, comorbidities, body composition, and physical function. CONCLUSION: Older adults with friendship-related social isolation are four times more likely to develop prefrailty from robust during the 1-year follow-up. The results suggest that friendship-related social isolation increases the risk of healthy older adults transitioning from robust to prefrail.

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  8. Nutritional Assessment in Adult Patients with Dysphagia: A Scoping Review. Reviewed International journal

    Junko Ueshima, Ryo Momosaki, Akio Shimizu, Keiko Motokawa, Mika Sonoi, Yuka Shirai, Chiharu Uno, Yoji Kokura, Midori Shimizu, Ai Nishiyama, Daisuke Moriyama, Kaori Yamamoto, Kotomi Sakai

    Nutrients   Vol. 13 ( 3 ) page: 1 - 15   2021.3

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    Malnutrition negatively affects the quality of life of patients with dysphagia. Despite the need for nutritional status assessment in patients with dysphagia, standard, effective nutritional assessments are not yet available, and the identification of optimal nutritional assessment items for patients with dysphagia is inadequate. We conducted a scoping review of the use of nutritional assessment items in adult patients with oropharyngeal and esophageal dysphagia. The MEDLINE, EMBASE, and Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials databases were searched to identify articles published in English within the last 30 years. Twenty-two studies met the inclusion criteria. Seven nutritional assessment categories were identified: body mass index (BMI), nutritional screening tool, anthropometric measurements, body composition, dietary assessment, blood biomarkers, and other. BMI and albumin were more commonly assessed in adults. The Global Leadership Initiative on Malnutrition (GLIM), defining new diagnostic criteria for malnutrition, includes the categories of BMI, nutritional screening tool, anthropometric measurements, body composition, and dietary assessment as its required components, but not the blood biomarkers and the "other" categories. We recommend assessing nutritional status, including GLIM criteria, in adult patients with dysphagia. This would standardize nutritional assessments in patients with dysphagia and allow future global comparisons of the prevalence and outcomes of malnutrition, as well as of appropriate interventions.

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  9. Mental Health Status of the Older Adults in Japan During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Reviewed International journal

    Kosuke Fujita, Aiko Inoue, Masafumi Kuzuya, Chiharu Uno, Chi Hsien Huang, Hiroyuki Umegaki, Joji Onishi

    Journal of the American Medical Directors Association   Vol. 22 ( 1 ) page: 220 - 221   2021.1

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  10. Dietary Patterns and Muscle Mass, Muscle Strength, and Physical Performance in the Elderly: A 3-Year Cohort Study

    Huang C. H., Okada K., Matsushita E., Uno C., Satake S., Martins B. Arakawa, Kuzuya M.

    JOURNAL OF NUTRITION HEALTH & AGING   Vol. 25 ( 1 ) page: 108 - 115   2021.1

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    Objectives: Nutritional support effectively prevents and treats sarcopenia; however, the influence of overall dietary patterns on sarcopenia parameters is less investigated. This study aimed to determine the association between adherence to Mediterranean-style diet (MD), Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH), Japanese Food Guide Spinning Top (JFG-ST), and modified JFG-ST (mJFG-ST) and muscle mass, muscle strength, and physical performance in community-dwelling Japanese elderly. Design and settings: This prospective cohort study recruited individuals aged over 60 years from a community college in Nagoya, Japan. Participants and Measurements: A total of 666 participants were followed up annually from 2014 to 2017. Demographic data, anthropometric measurements, and sarcopenia parameters including walking speed (WS), hand grip strength in the dominant hand (HGS), and skeletal mass index (SMI) were recorded. Self-recall dietary intake was assessed using a validated food frequency questionnaire comprising 29 food groups. Adherence to MD, DASH, JFG-ST, and mJFG-ST was determined by tertiles. Results: At baseline, the mean age of all participants (56.5% women) was 69.4±4.4 years. WS, HGS, and SMI were 1.4±0.2 (m/s), 28.9±8.1 (kg), and 6.7±1.0 (kg/m2), respectively. In longitudinal analysis, participants with higher JFG-ST adherence scores were more likely to have higher SMI (Q3 vs. Q1: mean difference, 0.048; p=0.04) after adjustment, and its benefits were more evident in men (Q2 vs. Q1: mean difference, 0.098; p=0.047; Q3 vs. Q1: mean difference, 0.091; p=0.017) than in women. WS and HGS were not associated with any type of dietary pattern. Conclusions: Adherence to JFG-ST was positively associated with SMI in Japanese community-dwelling elderly adults aged over 60 years, specifically in men. The country-specific dietary recommendations are required to be developed for sarcopenia prevention.

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  11. A 3-year prospective cohort study of dietary patterns and frailty risk among community-dwelling older adults. Reviewed International journal

    Chi Hsien Huang, Beatriz Arakawa Martins, Kiwako Okada, Eiji Matsushita, Chiharu Uno, Shosuke Satake, Masafumi Kuzuya

    Clinical nutrition (Edinburgh, Scotland)   Vol. 40 ( 1 ) page: 229 - 236   2021.1

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    BACKGROUND & AIMS: The association between dietary patterns and frailty is less investigated in Asia. We aimed to investigate the prospective associations between dietary patterns and frailty index (FI) in community-dwelling Japanese older adults aged 60 years or older. METHODS: A 3-year cohort collected the data on sociodemographic information, lifestyle behaviors, comorbidities, medication history, depression status, nutrition, and physical function from 2014 to 2017. Five dietary patterns including "Mediterranean-style," "sugar and fat," "salt and pickles," "noodle and alcohol," and "protein-rich" dietary patterns were identified using principal component analysis from 20 food groups obtained using a validated food frequency questionnaire. A 54-item FI was constructed on the basis of a deficit accumulation model. This project aimed to investigate the longitudinal association between dietary pattern and frailty trajectories with annual measurements over a 3-year period using a generalized estimating equation. RESULT: After excluding 108 participants with incomplete data at baseline, 666 participants (56.5% female, 69.4 ± 4.4 years) were included for longitudinal analysis. Our results demonstrated that adherence score to "sugar and fat" dietary pattern" (Q4 vs. Q1: mean difference [0.017], 95% CI [0.006 to 0.029]) and "salt and pickles" dietary pattern (Q3 vs. Q1: mean difference [0.010], 95% CI [0.001 to 0.020]; Q4 vs. Q1: mean difference [0.014], 95% CI [0.003 to 0.025]) were positively associated with change in FI. Adherence score to a "protein-rich" dietary pattern was negatively associated with change in FI (Q4 vs. Q1: mean difference [-0.013], 95% CI [-0.025 to -0.002]). CONCLUSIONS: "Salt and pickles" dietary pattern and "sugar and fat" dietary pattern were positively associated with frailty. In contrast, "protein-rich" dietary pattern was negatively associated with frailty.

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  12. Sex-Specific Association between Social Frailty and Diet Quality, Diet Quantity, and Nutrition in Community-Dwelling Elderly. Reviewed International journal

    Chi Hsien Huang, Kiwako Okada, Eiji Matsushita, Chiharu Uno, Shosuke Satake, Beatriz Arakawa Martins, Masafumi Kuzuya

    Nutrients   Vol. 12 ( 9 ) page: 1 - 13   2020.9

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    The effects of social frailty on diet and nutrition are under-investigated. Our study aimed to assess the association between social frailty and diet quality, diet quantity, and nutrition over a 3-year period in community-dwelling older Japanese adults. This prospective cohort study recruited individuals aged ≥60 years from a community college and followed up 666 participants annually. Social frailty was determined using a 4-item questionnaire. Diet quantity (energy and macronutrient intake) and diet quality (dietary diversity score and Diet Quality Index-International) were assessed using a food frequency questionnaire. Nutrition was evaluated using the Mini-Nutritional Assessment (MNA). Out of the 666 participants (56.5% women), 250 (37.5%) were categorized as having social prefrailty or frailty. Regarding diet quantity, energy intake (β = -1.59kcal/kg/day, p < 0.01) and nutrient intake (protein intake, β = -0.08g/kg/day; fat intake, β = -0.06g/kg/day; carbohydrate intake, β = -0.18g/kg/day; fiber intake, β = -0.01g/kg/day; all p < 0.05) were lower in men with social prefrailty or frailty than in men with social robustness. Dietary diversity score (β = -0.25, p = 0.01) and MNA score (β = -0.32, p = 0.04) decreased in men with social prefrailty or frailty. However, these associations were not observed in women. Social frailty is associated with lower dietary intake, poor diet quality, and poor nutrition among community-dwelling older men. Future studies are required to determine the benefits of sex-specific interventions targeting social frailty on nutritional outcomes.

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  13. Nutritional status change and activities of daily living in elderly pneumonia patients admitted to acute care hospital: A retrospective cohort study from the Japan Rehabilitation Nutrition Database. Reviewed International journal

    Chiharu Uno, Keisuke Maeda, Hidetaka Wakabayashi, Shinta Nishioka, Nami Ogawa, Takayuki Okamoto, Kengo Hoyano, Ryo Momosaki

    Nutrition (Burbank, Los Angeles County, Calif.)   Vol. 71   page: 110613 - 110613   2020.3

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    OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to examine the effect of improved nutritional status on activities of daily living (ADLs) and dysphagia in elderly patients with pneumonia who were admitted to acute care hospitals. METHODS: A retrospective cohort study was conducted using registry data from the Japan Rehabilitation Nutrition Database of patients with pneumonia who were admitted to acute care hospitals. Patients were divided into two groups based on the Mini Nutritional Assessment Short-Form (MNA-SF) status at discharge: Patients with no status change or with decreased status were allocated to the unimproved nutritional status (UN) group and those with increased status were assigned to the improved nutritional status (IN) group. The primary outcome was ADLs as assessed by Barthel Index (BI) score at hospital discharge. Secondary outcomes included dysphagia as assessed by the Food Intake Level Scale (FILS) at discharge. RESULTS: The study included 143 patients with a mean age of 84.7 ± 7.8 y. Based on the MNA-SF categories at discharge, 127 (88.8%) patients were assigned to the UN group and 16 (11.2%) to the IN group. Patients in the IN group had significantly higher BI and FILS scores than those in the UN group. Multiple regression analysis indicated that improvement in nutritional status was independently associated with BI gain (B = 9.916; β = 0.153; 95% confidence interval [CI], 1.929-11.761; P = 0.017) and FILS gain (B = 1.259; β = 0.167; 95% CI, 1.224-2.814; P = 0.044). CONCLUSIONS: Nutritional improvement is associated with improvements in ADL and dysphagia in patients with pneumonia and malnutrition.

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  14. Letter to the editor: Comment on Positive Effects of "Textured Lunches" Gatherings and Oral Exercises Combined with Physical Exercises on Oral and Physical Function in Older Individuals: A Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial. Reviewed International journal

    C Hashimoto, C Uno, H Wakabayashi

    The journal of nutrition, health & aging   Vol. 24 ( 1 ) page: 127 - 127   2020.1

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  15. 血液透析患者における舌圧とサルコペニアおよび栄養指標との関連 Invited Reviewed

    日本臨床栄養学会雑誌   Vol. 42   page: 82 - 93   2020

  16. Frailty prevalence using Frailty Index, associated factors and level of agreement among frailty tools in a cohort of Japanese older adults.

    Arakawa Martins B, Visvanathan R, Barrie H, Huang CH, Matsushita E, Okada K, Satake S, Uno C, Kuzuya M

    Archives of gerontology and geriatrics   Vol. 84   page: 103908   2019.7

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  17. Built environment and frailty: neighborhood perceptions and associations with frailty, experience from the Nagoya Longitudinal study

    Martins B. A., Visvanathan R., Barrie H., Huang C. H., Matsushita E., Okada K., Satake S., Edwards S., Uno C., Kuzuya M.

    AUSTRALASIAN JOURNAL ON AGEING   Vol. 38   page: 20-21   2019.5

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  18. Rehabilitation nutrition support for a hemodialysis patient with protein-energy wasting and sarcopenic dysphagia: a case report Reviewed

    Chiharu Uno, Hidetaka Wakabayashi, Keisuke Maeda, Shinta Nishioka

    Renal Replacement Therapy   Vol. 4 ( 18 ) page: 4 - 18   2018.4

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  1. 「攻めの栄養療法」実践マニュアル

    若林秀隆, 前田圭介, 西岡心大( Role: Contributor ,  運動,リハビリテーションとの併用(タイミング含め))

    株式会社中外医学社  2019.11 

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  2. リハビリテーション栄養ポケットマニュアル

    若林秀隆( Role: Contributor ,  第14章 主な疾患・障害のリハビリテーション栄養 19 慢性腎臓病)

    医歯薬出版  2018.10 

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  3. 「臨床栄養」別冊めざせ!リハビリテーション栄養のNST48 CASE No.1~24 CAREガイドラインに基づく症例報告

    若林秀隆,西岡心大( Role: Joint author ,  CASE No.14 降下性壊死性縦隔炎を発症した維持血液透析患者に対するリハビリテーション栄養アプローチ:症例報告)

    医歯薬出版  2017.11 

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  4. めざせ!リハビリテーション栄養のNST48 CASENo.1~24

    若林秀隆( Role: Contributor ,  CASE No.14 降下性壊死性縦隔炎を発症した維持血液透析患者に対するリハビリテーション栄養アプローチ:症例報告)

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  1. 「臨床栄養」現場発! 管理栄養士のための臨床研究Tips(10) Invited

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    臨床栄養   Vol. 136 ( 4 ) page: 502 - 508   2020.4

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