掲載論文閲覧:JETは専門家による査読のある、オープンアクセスの人間工学に関する科学雑誌です:Journal of Ergonomic Technology (JET)

Journal of Ergonomic Technology (JET)
ISSN 2432-1575

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Working posture in nursing skill – parallele move –
論文掲載日:2001/03/01  第1巻
論文著者:
Kikuyo KOITABASHI, Saitama College of Health, Japan
論文概要:
Review article
Appeared on Ergonomics of Human System Interaction Vol. 1, No. 1, 105/110, 1994

It is known that some of nursing skill is hard for nurse. For example, to move patients parallel to head direction is biologically taught. For this purpose, two ways are common, first with hands, and second with bath-towel. We analyzed working posture and we found bath- towel method is more excellent to another. Subject was healthy nursing students (18-21 years old in age, 1 male and 3 females). Working posture analyzed by print out film from VTR portrait. Point of view is as follows, (1) height of bed (54~83 cm), and angle of the upper body, (2) wideness of standing feet, (3) size of bath towel (62×122, 84×133 cm), (4) grip (natural handgrip, reverse handgrip).
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Discussion on ergonomic approach over inpatients activity
論文掲載日:2001/03/01  第1巻
論文著者:
Etsuko SHINDO, Mitsui Memorial Hospital Nursing School
論文概要:
Review article
Appeared on Ergonomics of Human System Interaction Vol. 1, No. 1, 102/104, 1994

It is a field of nursing ergonomics to make patients comfortable and give nurse good working conditions. In hospital, patients actually have many problems on convenient and comfortable. According to previous study, those problems were classified into the following categories; hospital facilities, nursing equipment, working conditions for nurses. And then nurses individually have tried to readjust them to requirement. They showed us improvements need to be made, as one of realizing they require uch more individual variation. However, in hospital, they have condition of health of every kind and a variety state of activity, the condition is changeable accordingly they are getting better. We ran into against a question how we respond to them. In this time, I present that patient has many ergonomic problems even a activity of daily living. I would like to emphasize that it is important to think not only each problem but also relationship of those problems.
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A study of inpatients’ activities (ADL) in hospital
論文掲載日:2001/03/01  第1巻
論文著者:
Chizuko OHGAWARA, Saitama College of Health
論文概要:
Technical note
Appeared on Ergonomics of Human System Interaction Vol. 1, No. 1, 96/101, 1994

Purpose of this study is to develop guidelines on hospital environment of recovering from their illness. We observed the activities of inpatients using a video-tape recorder and we performed time study. In two cases, we could point out some promotive and obstructive factors that affected leaving their sick bed and activities of daily living development.
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Evaluation of the arousal level and blink detection
論文掲載日:2001/03/01  第1巻
論文著者:
Yuka MORIYAMA, Yutaka TOMITA, Satoshi HONDA, Keio University, Japan
論文概要:
Original article
Appeared on Ergonomics of Human System Interaction Vol. 1, No. 1, 90/95, 1994

In this paper a basic study is given of the relationship between arousal level and blinks. The arousal level was defined as ‘Normal level’ when the subject was wide awake and the tasks were done correctly, and as ‘drowsy level’ when the subject was almost falling asleep and the tasks were not carried out. Blinks were detected by surface electromyogram (EMG) of orbicularis oculi muscles and also by a photo-sensor. The results show that (1) variance of intervals of blinks were larger in drowsy level, (2) duration of EMG was longer in drowsy level, (3) time delay of the closure of the eyelid after the onset of the EMG was longer in normal level, and (4) frequency components of the EMG changed to lower frequencies in drowsy level. From these results, detecting changes in blinking may be used effectively as information of the human mental state.
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On force sensors for nursing
論文掲載日:2001/03/01  第1巻
論文著者:
Koichi OGAWA, Takahiro MORIYASU, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Denki University, Japan
論文概要:
Original article
Appeared on Ergonomics of Human System Interaction Vol. 1, No. 1, 82/89, 1994

The design of a nursing robot or a human lifter will require force data in order to construct the machines. This paper deals with the development of force sensors for nursing movement. The sensors are applied by four-active-strain-gauge method. A nurse puts on the force sensors to her hands and/or feet like gloves and a pair of shoes. It can be measured the forces during nursing movement such as transference of a patient. The principle of strain gauge force sensors is showed, and is proven experimentally the action of the sensors by the use of the two models. Finally the experimental force sensors are described and demonstrated. The experimental force data were obtained through transferring patients from supine position to a sitting position on a bed.
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