IKUTA Eri

写真a

Title

Lecturer

Graduate School 【 display / non-display

  • The University of Shiga Prefecture  Master's Course  2011.03

Campus Career 【 display / non-display

  • University of Shiga Prefecture  School of Human Nursing  Department of Human Nursing  Lecturer   2019.04 - Now

  • University of Shiga Prefecture  School of Human Nursing  Department of Human Nursing  Assistant Professor   2016.04 - 2019.03

  • University of Shiga Prefecture  School of Human Nursing  Department of Human Nursing  Research Assistant   2013.04 - 2016.03

Field of expertise (Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research classification) 【 display / non-display

  • Clinical nursing

 

Papers 【 display / non-display

  • The preventive effect of dietary antioxidants on cervical cancer development

    Ono A., Koshiyama M., Nakagawa M., Watanabe Y., Ikuta E., Seki K., Oowaki M.

    Medicina (Lithuania)  Medicina (Lithuania)  56 (11)   1 - 12  2020.11

    10.3390/medicina56110604  Joint Work  

    [Abstract]

    Cervical cancer results from a continuous process, starting from a normal cervical epithelium after human papillomavirus (HPV) infection and progressing to cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN), before finally developing into invasive squamous carcinoma (ISC). In recent decades, dietary antioxidants, such as vitamins, have received much attention in relation to cancer prevention. We reviewed the relevant literature to investigate the dietary and nutrient intake on cervical cancer. The intake of vitamins A and D and carotenoids may inhibit early cervical cancer development. The intake of folate may prevent or inhibit HPV infection rom progressing to various grades of CIN. The intake of vitamins C and E may widely inhibit the process of cervical cancer development. Polyphenols are often used in cases of cervical cancer in combination chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Regarding nutrients, different antioxidants may have differing abilities to intervene in the natural history of cervical diseases associated with HPV infection. Regarding foods, the intake of both vegetables and fruits containing multiple vitamins may widely suppress cervical cancer development. Most previous papers have described epidemiological studies. Thus, further research using in vitro and in vivo approaches will be needed to clarify the effects of the dietary and nutrient intake in detail.

  • Relationship between Tobacco Smoking and Cervical Cancer

    Ayumi Ono, Miwa Nakagawa, Eri Ikuta, Yumiko Watanabe, Masafumi Koshiyama

     WOMEN'S HEALTH  5 (1)   19 - 21  2019

    10.17140/WHOJ-5-133  Joint Work  Joint(The vice charge)

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  • The Preventive Effect of Dietary Antioxidants on Viral Infection (Coronavirus Disease-2019, Influenza and Human Papillomavirus) and the Development of Cervical Carcinogenesis

    Eri Ikuta, Masafumi Koshiyama, Miwa Nakagawa, Ayumi Ono,Yumiko Watanabe, Keiko Seki,Makiko Oowaki, Yuji Okuda

     WOMEN'S HEALTH Open Journal  7 (2)   34 - 37  2021.12

     Joint Work  Joint(The main charge)

  • Measurement of Women’s Leg Edema Using Ultrasonography

    Eri Ikuta, Yumiko Watanabe, Nami Yanagisawa, Miwa Nakagawa, Ayumi Ono, Keiko Seki, Makiko Oowaki, Masafumi Koshiyama, Shin-ichi Sakamoto,

     WOMEN’S HEALTH Open Journal  6 (1)   5 - 7  2020

     Joint Work  Joint(The main charge)

  • Recent knowledge concerning diagnostic and treatment procedures for secondary leg lymphedema in patients with gynecologic cancers

    Yumiko Watanabe, Masafumi Koshiyama, Keiko Seki, Miwa Nakagawa, Eri Ikuta, Makiko Oowaki, Shin-ichi Sakamoto

     Hearthcare    2019

     Joint Work  Joint(The vice charge)

Conferences 【 display / non-display

  • Current State of the Technical Exercise based on the Skills Laboratory Class in Adult Critical Care

    Asian American Pacific Islander Nurse Association’s 14th Annual Conference  2017.03

  • The current status of learning on emergency room observation in our school’s Clinical Practicum in Emergency and Intensive Care-An analysis of students’ reports

    19th East Asian Forum of Nursing Scholars  2016.03