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Title: タッチパネルを用いたアンケート調査システムの開発と応用(環境科学部創立10周年記念特別号)
Other Titles: Touch-panel and paper-type questionnaires for atopic dermatitis(SPECIAL ISSUE CELEBRATING TEN YEARS OF ESTABLISHMENT OF FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES)
Authors: 森, 弘行 / 中村, 剛
Authors (alternative): Mori, Hiroyuki / Nakamura, Tsuyoshi
Issue Date: Aug-2007
Citation: 長崎大学総合環境研究. 2007, 環境科学部創立10周年記念特別号, p. 33-37
Abstract: Touch-panel questionnaire system for the dining habit and the genetic factor was developed so that touching the display panel automatically accumulates the answers into an Access file. Questions are concerned with (A) Atopic dermatitis diagnosis, (B) Frequency of serving meat, small fish, large fish and eggs, (C) Frequently eating fish in Sushi, (D). About 80% of those who attended the health assessment service at the Nagasaki City Public Health Center voluntarily answered on the system. However, because it took about ten minutes to complete, some of them were not able to answer. Question- paper was suitable for dealing with a number of people simultaneously. Over 10% of 600 children suffered from atopic dermatitis or resemblance. A multivariate logistic regression model reveals that (1) When the relative has atopy, asthma, or the allergic constitution, the risk of atopy is high. (2) Woman's risk of atopy is higher than that of a man. (3) The higher small fish's ratio is, the lower the risk is. (4) The higher the frequency of the egg serving is, the lower the risk is. Association between a large ocean-ranging fish and atopic dermatitis was not found. A major finding was that the feeding frequency of a small fish decreased the risk after correcting for the influence of sex and the hereditary determinant. Another finding is that children whose mothers serve eggs in meals less frequently are at higher risk for the diseases. An interpretation is as follows: Since eggs are usually served for breakfast, less frequency of egg serving may imply less cooking for breakfast. Similarly, small fish are usually served for dinner but are more time-consuming and require advanced technique than large fish or meats. Mothers who care for better meals may result in less risk for atopic dermatitis with their children.
Keywords: atopy / touch-panel / questionnaire / egg / statistical analysis
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/21458
ISSN: 13446258
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
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