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Tsukuba Medical Center

305-8558-1 Amakubo, Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture 3-1

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Cardiology

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Doctor introduction

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Title, etc.ExpertiseGraduation yearQualifications/Licenses
Yuichi NoguchiCorporate Special AdvisorCoronary artery disease
coronary intervention
1981Cardiologist certified by the Japanese Circulation Society
Board Certified Cardiovascular Interventional Therapeutic Society
Physician certified by the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine
Hidetaka NishinaVice-presidentCoronary artery disease
coronary intervention
cardiac imaging
structural heart disease intervention
1994Japanese Society of Cardiovascular Intervention and Therapeutics Specialist
Cardiologist certified by the Japanese Circulation Society
Physician certified by the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine
Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) Instructor (Sapien, CoreValve, Navitor), Council of Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement Associations
High-speed rotary atherectomy proctor
日本核核学教会核核学法専門医
Clinical Proctor for Medronic Evolut series
Yuko Bunzospecialized managerheart failure
cardiomyopathy, valvular disease
Echocardiography
1989Physician certified by the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine
Cardiologist certified by the Japanese Circulation Society
Hideaki AiharaHead of medical departmentcoronary intervention
Peripheral vascular intervention
2000Cardiologist certified by the Japanese Circulation Society
Japanese Society of Cardiovascular Intervention and Therapeutics Specialist
Japanese Society of Internal Medicine Certified Internal Medicine Physician, General Internal Medicine Specialist
Superficial femoral artery stent graft practitioner
Daiki AkiyamaChief doctorCoronary artery disease
coronary intervention
structural heart disease intervention
2004Cardiologist certified by the Japanese Circulation Society
Japanese Society of Internal Medicine Certified Internal Medicine Physician, General Internal Medicine Specialist
Japanese Society of Cardiovascular Intervention and Therapeutics Specialist
Japanese Transcatheter Heart Valve Therapy Society TAVR instructor (SAPIEN, CoreValve)
Kazuya ShinonaiChief doctorcoronary intervention
structural heart disease intervention
2009Cardiologist certified by the Japanese Circulation Society
日本内科学会科学内科専門医
Japanese Society of Ultrasonics in Medicine Certified Ultrasound Specialist
Japanese Society of Cardiovascular Intervention and Therapeutics Specialist
Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) physician (CoreValve)
Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) instructor (SAPIEN)
Yu Takaiwa2010Physician certified by the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine
日本安全器学习发动器専門医
Japan Cardiovascular Intervention
Therapeutic Society Certified General Internal Medicine Specialist
日本内科学会科学内科専門医
Akimune KuwayamaChief doctorcoronary intervention
structural heart disease intervention
2011Physician certified by the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine
日本安全器学习发动器専門医
Japanese Society of Cardiovascular Intervention and Therapeutics Specialist
Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) instructor (SAPIEN, CoreValve)
日本内科学会科学内科専門医
Akinori OchiChief doctorarrhythmia
Catheter ablation
pacemaker implantation
2011Physician certified by the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine
日本内科学会科学内科専門医
日本安全器学习发动器専門医
Japanese arrhythmia and electrocardiogram specialist
Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD)/Pacing Heart Failure Treatment (CRT) Training Certificate Obtained
Certified Implantable Cardiac Arrhythmia Device
Yoshiki Aono2020
Takumi SatoInternal medicine specialist2021
Takayuki Yamaguchi2022
Yuri HiranumaMedical examination centerEchocardiography
Medical checkup
1983Japanese Society of Ultrasonics in Medicine Certified Ultrasound Specialist/Instructor
Japanese Society of Human Dock
Comprehensive medical checkup specialist/preceptor
Mariko TakahashiMedical examination center2003Physician certified by the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine
Japanese Society of Ningen Dock
Akihiko NogamiPart-time job
(Tokyo Cardiac Arrhythmia Hospital
refractory arrhythmia
Director of Therapeutic Research Center)
arrhythmia
Catheter ablation
pacemaker implantation
1982Cardiologist certified by the Japanese Circulation Society
Japan Arrhythmia Society and
Arrhythmia specialist certified by the Japanese Electrocardiographic Society
Physician certified by the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine
Tomoko IshizuPart-time job
(University of Tsukuba
Associate professor)
heart failure
cardiomyopathy, valvular disease
Echocardiography
1993Physician certified by the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine
Cardiologist certified by the Japanese Circulation Society
Miyako IgarashiPart-time job
(University of Tsukuba
Associate professor)
arrhythmia
Arrhythmic
Non-drug therapy/drug therapy
Nonpharmacologic therapy for heart failure
1997日本安全器学习发动器専門医
Physician certified by the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine
日本内科学会科学内科専門医
Japanese Society of Internal Medicine
Japanese arrhythmia and electrocardiogram specialist
Hiroshi YamazakiPart-time job
(University of Tsukuba
Teacher)
arrhythmia
Catheter ablation
pacemaker implantation
2002Physician certified by the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine
Cardiologist certified by the Japanese Circulation Society

News

Efforts of Cardiology

Our hospital has an emergency medical care center, and we mainly provide medical care for acute heart diseases such as acute myocardial infarction, unstable angina, and acute heart failure.Revascularization treatment such as coronary intervention can be performed in an emergency at any time.In addition, we provide medical care in close cooperation with cardiovascular surgery, and have a system in place to promptly perform cardiovascular surgery if necessary.

As for arrhythmia treatment, we are actively working on pacemaker implantation, catheter ablation, implantable cardioverter-defibrillator implantation, and cardiac resynchronization therapy.

We would like to work with local registered doctors to protect the lives of patients and provide them with a comfortable daily life.Once the patient has overcome the acute phase and entered the stable phase, we will continue to cooperate with the registered doctors and proceed with subsequent medical treatment while having regular examinations at our hospital.

A word to patients

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The prognosis of acute myocardial infarction and unstable angina depends on how early treatment is received at the hospital after the onset.About half of patients with acute myocardial infarction die in the acute phase, and about 6% of those who die are said to die within an hour of onset before being admitted to a hospital.On the other hand, more than 1% of patients admitted to hospital can be saved.Therefore, it is very important to receive treatment at the hospital as soon as possible.If you suddenly feel tightness in your chest and it persists (you may feel pain in your back, shoulders, or arms, or the subjective symptoms may not be that strong), you may have acute myocardial infarction, so be sure to Don't wait and see what happens, call an ambulance and go to the hospital as soon as possible.About half of those who develop acute myocardial infarction have a sudden onset and are relatively healthy without any subjective symptoms before the onset.The remaining half of the patients had the experience of feeling a little chest pain a few days ago and recovering after a while.This condition is unstable angina.If you go to the hospital at this stage, you can almost save your life.Self-judgment is prohibited. If you have any subjective symptoms that you are concerned about, please see a doctor who specializes in cardiology as soon as possible.

Click here for the Heart Team Brochure.

heart team brochurePDF


Peripheral vascular outpatient information

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Target person

  • People with intermittent claudication (no problem at rest, but pain in the lower extremities appears after several to several hundred meters of walking, and cannot walk unless resting), cold sensation in the lower extremities, pain at rest Those with (possible lower extremity vascular disease)
  • Those who have a difference in blood pressure between the left and right (possible vascular disease in the upper extremities)
  • Those whose hypertension does not improve easily or whose hypertension has suddenly worsened (possibility of renal artery stenosis)

We do not accept varicose veins.
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Peripheral vascular outpatient informationPDF

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Approach No. 53 (published October 2014, 10) introduces "peripheral arterial disease (PAD)" in "Doctor's Relay Lecture".
Please read it.
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Approach No. 53 (published October 2014, 10)PDF


Transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI)

TAVI treatment has reached 500 cases!

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TAVI is a treatment method for valvular disease called aortic stenosis, in which a new valve (artificial valve) is placed in the patient's heart using a catheter instead of open heart surgery.
Since this treatment puts less strain on the body, even elderly patients who have been unable to undergo surgery in the past, and those with complications such as cerebral blood vessels and respiratory organs, can receive treatment. Now possible.

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Approach No. 63 (issued in April 2017)PDF

Medical Statistics (2022)

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special treatment

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2022 2021
Ventilation management 81 50
intra-aortic balloon pump 12 34
percutaneous cardiopulmonary support 10 25
continuous hemofiltration 6 9
Hemodialysis 91 79
pericardiocentesis 7 6
Inferior vena cava filter 1 3
Percutaneous circulatory support 9 14

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