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Yoshiyuki Nezu’s book " Saitama Medical University Style: Comprehensive Techniques for Assistance that Require No Force " was released by Kodansha on April 27, 2023!

Yoshiyuki Nezu’s book

Yoshiyuki Nezu’s book "Saitama Medical University Style: Comprehensive Techniques for Assistance that Require No Force" was released by Kodansha Ltd. on April 27, 2023.
University Hospital Doctor Admits, and Nurse was astonished, saying " Eye-opening!”
A must-read for Japanese citizens living in the "Great Nursing Care Era”

It can be done by a single caregiver, a person who is not strong, or a person who is physically different from the caregiver!
No extra effort, easy on the back!
Forty-five revolutionary assistive techniques are here!

  • Title: "Saitama Medical University Style: Comprehensive Techniques for Assistance that Require No Force"
  • Author: Yoshiyuki Nezu
  • Publication: Kodansha Ltd.
  • Release date: April 27, 2023
  • List price: 2420 yen (tax included)
  • B5 size, 176 pages
  • ISBN:978-4-06-531161-5
  • General Knowledge Books Department, "Body and Mind" Editorial Team, First Division

Caregiving is no stranger to you. When a loved one needs nursing care, when someone suddenly becomes ill, or when an injured patient is brought in, can you support that person? Can you move him/her to his/her room or bed? It is possible if you use the Saitama Medical University style of caregiving techniques!

<Contents of this book>
Chapter 1: What is the Saitama Medical University style of caregiving techniques?
Chapter 2: Moving and Waking the Body in Bed
Chapter 3: Standing Up from a Seated Position
Chapter 4: Supporting on the body, Moving, and Sitting
Chapter 5: Getting Around in a Wheelchair

<YouTube>A video of the author lightly laying down a large man (*Limited pre-release video)

<Author's Profile>
Yoshiyuki Nezu
Chairman, Saitama Medical University Nursing and Care Technology Project Promotion Committee CEO, One to One Welfare Education Academy Co., Ltd.
In 2019, he became a visiting professor at Saitama Medical University, where his Caregiving Technique course for first- and second-year students has become a popular course with more than 100 students each year.

<Message from Saitama Medical University Nursing and Care Technology Project Promotion Committee>
Kodansha Ltd. will publish the bible of caregiving technique, " Saitama Medical University Style: Comprehensive Techniques for Assistance that Require No Force," on April 27.
Under the guidance of Prof. Yoshiyuki Nezu, chairman, Saitama Medical University Nursing and Care Technology Project Promotion Committee, we have standardized the quality-assured caregiving techniques at our university.
We are pleased to announce that we have compiled the caregiving techniques that we have introduced as our standard caregiving techniques into a book entitled " Saitama Medical University Style: Comprehensive Techniques for Assistance that Require No Force", which will be published by Kodansha Ltd.!
The author, Prof. Nezu, suffered a stroke when he was in his 30s, which left him paralyzed on the left side of his body. After 2 years and 8 months of rehabilitation, he recovered to the point where he can lead his daily life, but he still has partial paralysis in the left side of his body and cannot use much strength in his left hand.
He also had stage 4 terminal cancer and lost the function of his right pectoralis major muscle, which left him unable to use his right hand, walk, lift his arms and legs, or move his entire body, yet he was able to film the book and video over the course of a month.
Having witnessed the filming and witnessed the author, who is unable to bend over or maintain his own posture, perform the assisting techniques without straining his whole body and without putting any strain on it, I am convinced that this book on assisting techniques will become a bible for the entire medical and nursing care industries and a source of great strength and light for those who suffer from caregiving.
We hope it will be of help to all medical care professionals, patients, users, and patient/user families who suffer from caregiving.

Masafumi Oyama, MD
Associate Dean
Saitama Medical University Nursing and Care Technology Project Promotion Committee

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