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All titles are in Japanese .Book, postage are free. You can also download for free (at Japanese page)
Reproduction medicine of central nerve-5W1H~ report of the symposium for The tenth anniversary of establishment of JSCF

JSCF held the symposium for The tenth anniversary of establishment of JSCF, “Reproduction medicine of central nerve-5W1H” in September 19, 2009. This is a report of the symposium and also include JSCF date collection CD-ROM.

published in 2009

Talking about iPS Cells to the patients~ report of the symposium “Walk Again 2008”

This is the report of the symposium “Talking about iPS Cells to the patients” which was held in Oct,2008. Kazutoshi Takahashi (researcher of iPS cell) ’s talk about details to establishment and the development of iPS cell. It is also a summary of the content of a valuable report by the specialist of the regenerative medicine of the field of internal organs, the retina, the cardiac muscle, and the spinal cord in Japan. Current state in '08 of regenerative medicine research with iPS cell.

published in 2008

I will be a mom! ~SCI woman’s story of having and caring baby

The content of this book is 10 SCI mothers’ interview and advices from specialists. It is a birth guide book for SCI women that doesn't exist up to now.

published in 2008

Social participation manual for SCI

This book aimed to be the tool to find self-fulfillment with SCI. A guide book for rehabilitation into society.

published in 2008

Experimental treatments for spinal Cord injury: what you should know written by ICCP

This book was planned & published by published by ICORD (www. icord.org), and ICCP members contrib- uted . It was published to Spinal Cord (Nature) magazine, and it is possible to download for free at their homepage. Continuously, published for patients and their families, which is this text in 2007. Before joining an experimental treatments, patients have to ask these questions, and it is very dangerous if patients just jump in to the country that introduces into clinical treatment without passing effective clinical trial.

written by ICCP /translated & pub- lishen in 2007

Step by Step

This DVD made for SCI patients which explains a rehabilitation concrete method introduced from the case with six per sons concerned with different injured level and age. A Doctor the specialist of the science and the occupational therapy become the member of editorial boards.

DVD 95 min.– 2006

Health Care of SCI ~ Q & A

Sequel of Health Care of SCI~Basics. A lot of points that patient gives question by item of basic chapter and the answers, explanation of social system to handicapped person, lifestyle disease, site of rehabilitation, walk- ing training, regenerative medicine research that uses treadmill, Rehabilitation that can be done at home and columns of six SCI persons.

published in 2006

Health Care of SCI ~ Basics

This is a guide to self–Care for persons with Spinal Cord Injury. Spinal Cord Anatomy, physiology, treatment of skin to avoid bedsore, breath, autonomic, bladder, rectum, sexual impairment, and the second symptom and rehabilitation, medical specialists explains these topics intelligibly.

published in 2005

Research Report on the Care Situation for the Persons with High - Cervical injuries a tHome

For the persons with high-cervical injuries in Japan, there are few options available other than life-long insti- tutionalisation or home-based care by heir families. However, yet the administration has no grasp of the real- ity of home-based care. Also, there are no official statistics regarding spinal cord injury.

To address this situation, patients and their attendants visited 50 homes from Hokkaido to Kyushu in pairs for a fact-finding research project. This detailed study on nursing care revealed the time required for home care per day; 27 hours (which means at least three attendants needed) for a breathing machine user, 24 hours for injuries of C4 and above, and 14 hours for injuries classified as C5 and below.

published in 2003

Yes, You Can!

This is translation of the text which Paralyzed Veterans of America (www.pva.org) had edited.

published in 2002

Research Report on the Admission Status of Spinal Cord Injured Persons at Hospitals Across Japan

Medical centers for spinal cord injury are a norm in Europe and America, yet only one such facility is found in Japan. Therefore, it is a reality that injured people are urged to leave hospitals in the acute stage, without receiving appropriate medical care and rehabilitation. In order to shed a light on this medical situation, questionnaires were sent to 250 medical institutions across Japan by post. Based on the responses from 106 institutions, problems concerning the medical care of spinal cord injury were brought to light.

In short, there was an extreme imbalance among the therapy institutions, where two thirds of all patients had been admitted to only 11 institutions across the country at the time of the research. All the other institutions were“not accepting such pa- tients” or “responding to patients at the acute stage only”. The same problem was seen at rehabilitation facilities. To resolve this situation, it was pointed out that the medical insurance system should be stepped up to cover treatment of spinal cord injuries, and that it was necessary to establish “Spinal Cord Injury Centers” all over the country to provide medical care from treatment to rehabilitation.

published in 2001
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A Collection of Research on Spinal Cord Injury in the USA

Japanese version of the research papers on spinal cord regeneration, such as the Miami Project

published in 2000
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Sexuality of Spinal Cord Injured Persons

Contains “Sexual Function of Spinal Cord Injured Persons” and“Treatment of erectile disorder (ED)”

published in 2000
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Survival Mail of a Breathing Machine User

An email communication log of a home-based breathing machine user, on topics such as the know-how of using breathing machines and QOL

published in 2000
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Liberation from Wheelchairs Stand Up 21 Reports

Collection of reports from the inaugural lecture meeting of the JSCF. Contains “Nerve Restoration of Damaged Spinal Cords” (by Professor Saburo Kawaguchi, Kyoto University) and Talk Session “Medical Service and Welfare Expected in the 21st Century - Reports from Breathing Machine Users and Severely Handicapped People”

published in 1999
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Japan Spinal Cord Foundation News — quarterly bulletin, circulation 12,000