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YUKO INAI Last modified date:2021.06.28

Research Associate / Division of general dentistry
Comprehensive Dentistry
Kyushu University Hospital




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https://kyushu-u.pure.elsevier.com/en/persons/yuuko-inai
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Academic Degree
no
Country of degree conferring institution (Overseas)
Yes Bachelor
Field of Specialization
preventive dentistry
Total Priod of education and research career in the foreign country
00years00months
Outline Activities
clinical research on the timing and the content of the intervention for the perioperative oral care of surgical patients.
I study the causes of complications of patients with esophageal cancer in particular
Research
Research Interests
  • Evaluation of usefulness of oral function management by comprehensive analysis of oral bacteria using next-generation sequencer

    keyword : tongue coating   complications
    2020.08~2023.03.
  • consideration about perioperative oral care.
    keyword : perioperative oral care
    2012.04~2022.03.
  • The relationship with the oral care before operation and the aspiration pneumonitis .
    keyword : aspiration pneumonitis oral care
    2013.04~2015.03.
  • Oral care for the Patient in Hospital type of the Acute stage.
    keyword : acute stage  oral health
    2014.04~2016.03.
  • Effect of oral care for oral mucositis of head and neck malignant tumor patients.
    keyword : oral mucositis   radiation therapy
    2013.04~2016.03.
Academic Activities
Papers
1. Yuko Inai, Yoshiaki Nomura, Tohru Takarada, Nobuhiro Hanada, Naohisa Wada, Risk factors for postoperative pneumonia according to examination findings before surgery under general anesthesia, clinical oral investigations, 10.1007/s00784-020-03230-7, 2020.02, Objective: This study was performed to determine the risk factors associated with postoperative complications after surgery under general anesthesia according to respiratory function test results and oral conditions.
Materials and methods: Preoperative examination data were collected for 471 patients who underwent surgery under general anesthesia at the Medical Hospital of Kyusyu University. Respiratory function tests, oral examinations, and perioperative oral management were performed in all patients. The incidence of and risk factors for postoperative complications were investigated. Classification and regression tree analyses were performed to investigate the risk factors for postoperative complications.
Results: Among the 471 patients, 11 developed postoperative pneumonia, 10 developed postoperative respiratory symptoms, and 10 developed postoperative fever. The most important risk factor for pneumonia was edentulism. Age, the Brinkman index, and head and neck surgery were also revealed as important risk factors for pneumonia. The O’Leary plaque control record (initial visit) was an important risk factor for postoperative respiratory symptoms. With respect to postoperative fever, a Hugh–Jones classification of grade >1 was the most important risk factor; edentulism and a Brinkman index of >642.5 were also found to be risk factors.
Conclusion: In addition to respiratory function tests, oral examinations may be important for the prediction of postoperative complications. Additionally, improved oral hygiene may be effective in preventing postoperative respiratory complications.
Clinical relevance: Risk factors for postoperative complications should be comprehensively evaluated using both respiratory function tests and oral findings.
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Presentations
1. Consideration of oral care training in the novice nurse education..
Membership in Academic Society
  • Japanese society for disability and oral health
  • 学外
Educational
Other Educational Activities
  • 2019.09, Participation in Program manager workshop
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