Dr. Tsugiyasu  Kanda
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Dr. Tsugiyasu Kanda

Chief Professor
Kanazawa Medical University, Japan

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Cardiology from Kanazawa Medical University, Japan

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Area of Interest:

Biomedical Sciences
Internal Medicine
Clinical Research
Community Medicine

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Takamura, A., R. Sangen, Y. Furumura, D. Usuda, Y. Kasamaki and T. Kanda, 2017. Diagnosis of myxedema coma complicated by renal failure: a case report. Clin. Case Rep., 5: 399-402.
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  2. Mizuno, T., J. Kiyosawa, A. Fukuda, S. Watanabe, N. Kurose, T. Nojima and T. Kanda, 2017. Infective endocarditis following tumor necrosis factor-α antagonist therapy for management of psoriatic erythroderma: a case report. J. Med. Case Rep., 11: 35-35.
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  3. Usuda, D., R. Sangen, Y. Hashimoto, E. Muranaka, Y. Iinuma and T. Kanda, 2016. Validation of a B-type natriuretic peptide as a prognostic marker in pneumonia patients: a prospective cohort study. BMJ Open, 10.1136/bmjopen-2015-010440.
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  4. Usuda, D., M. Arahata, R. Temaru, Y. Iinuma, T. Kanda and S. Hayashi, 2016. Autopsy-Proven Intravascular Lymphoma Presenting as Rapidly Recurrent Strokes. Case Rep. Oncol., 9: 148-153.
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  5. Higashikawa, T., Y. Hamazaki, O. Iritani, T. Morita and T. Himeno et al., 2016. Blood pressure and disability-free survival among community-dwelling diabetic and non-diabetic elderly patients receiving antihypertensive treatment. Geriatr. Gerontol. Int., 16: 365-373.
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  6. He, W.T., M. Mori, X.F. Yu and T. Kanda, 2016. Higher BNP levels within physiological range correlate with beneficial nonfasting lipid profiles in the elderly: a cross-sectional study. Lipids Health Dis., 10.1186/s12944-015-0168-1.
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  7. Sakamoto, D., S. Sakamoto and T. Kanda, 2015. Validation of circulating BNP level >1000 pg/ml in all-cause mortality: A retrospective study. Int. J. Med Res., 43: 583-591.
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