[Radiophobia] Peptic ulcer unrelated to helicobacter pylori or analgesic increased as double in Miyagi
In Miyagi prefecture, peptic ulcer unrelated to helicobacter pylori or analgesic was doubled as before 311.
Lecturer. Iijima from Tohoku university hospital compared the number of peptic ulcer patients of the three months before and after 311, at 7 hospitals such as Tohoku university, Kesennuma city hospital, and Japanese Red Cross Ishinomaki Hospital etc..
The result shows the patients increased from 261 to 383, the ratio of the patients unrelated to helicobacter pylori or analgesic increased from 13% to 24%.
Old people had dominant share. They presume it’s because of the stress from fear or anxiety.
Dans la préfecture de Miyagi, le nombre de Les ulcères peptidiques non liés à Helicobacter pylori ou aux analgésiques ont doublé depuis le 11-3.
M. Iijima, de l’hôpital universitaire de Tohoku a comparé le nombre de patients à ulcères peptidiques des trois mois encadrant le 11-3 dans 7 hôpitaux tels que l’université de Tohoku, l’hôpital de la ville de Kesennuma, l’hôpital de la Croix Rouge japonaise d’Ishinomaki, etc.
Les résultats montrent que le nombre de patients est passé de 261 à 383, la fréquence des ulcères non liés à Helicobacter pylori ou aux analgésiques est passée de 13 à 24%.
Les gens âgés sont plus représentés. Ils supposent que c’est du au stress issu de la peur ou de l’anxiété.
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