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Excretion
Care

Rehabilitation exercise

Introducing rehabilitation exercises for maintaining and recovering the physical capabilities necessary for going to the bathroom and excreting. Please incorporate these exercises into your daily lifestyle according to your physical condition.

Before starting rehabilitation exercise

Please read the following cautions before starting rehabilitation exercise.

Guide for effective exercises

Cautions

If any of the following conditions exist, do not perform exercises or immediately stop exercising.

  Do not perform exercise Immediately stop exercising
Pulse At rest: 120 beats or more per minute When pulse reaches 140 beats or more per minute
Blood pressure At rest: Top (systolic) pressure of 200mmHg, bottom (diastolic) pressure of 120mmHg When top (systolic) pressure rises by 40mmHg or more and bottom (diastolic) pressure rises by 20mmHg or more
Angina/myocardial infarction Effort angina
Myocardial infarction within past month
 
Irregular pulse Conspicuous irregular pulse (other than atrial fibrillation) When an irregular pulse is observed ten or more times per minute
Pain Pain which is different from normal. Pain in different areas.
If pain is felt when an area is lightly touched.
 
Other symptoms Heart palpitations or shortness of breath when at rest When experiencing difficulty breathing, dizziness, nausea, or anginal pain

Can walk, Can walk with assistance

Can sit & stand with assistance

Bed Ridden

Cooperation/supervision

Cooperating research institutions

General Manager Koji Sato, Rehabilitation Control Supervisory Department, Keiwakai Oita Oka Hospital Social Medical Corporation

Kazuko Sato, School of Nursing, Faculty of Medicine, Oita University

Unicharm Corporation Excretion Care Research Center

Supervision

Professor Hiromitsu Mimata, Department of Urology, Faculty of Medicine, Oita University

Director Teruaki Mori, Keiwakai Oita Oka Hospital Social Medical Corporation

Manager Hitoshi Ota, Ibaraki Prefectural Health Plaza

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