ID 97854
Title Transcription
シイン チョウサ カラ ボウサイ タイサク エ : ハンシン カラ ナンカイ エ
Title Alternative
A paradigm shift from investigations of human casualties of mass-disaster to disaster measures : from Hanshin to Nankai
Author
Nishimura, Akiyoshi Department of Forensic Medicine, Institute of Health Biosciences, the University of Tokushima Graduate School Tokushima University Educator and Researcher Directory KAKEN Search Researchers
Keywords
the great Hanshin-Awaji earthquake
Niigata Chuetsu earthquake
traumatic asphyxia
collapse of houses
Nankai earthquake
Content Type
Journal Article
Description
An interdisciplinary research series of human casualties on the great Hanshin-Awaji earthquake and the Niigata Chuetsu earthquake was performed. For the difference of their natural and social attributes, the great Hanshin-Awaji earthquake was occurred in the urban and heavily populated area and the Niigata Chuetsu earthquake was occurred in the rural and sparsely populated area, differences of their structural damage and human casualties and issues for countermeasure to massdisaster were marked in occasional. In human casualties, there was found an imperceptible difference between them. Deaths by traumatic asphyxia under the collapsed housing were main events and deaths at the place to work and/or to drop in were lesser, however they were found within both earthquakes. On the next Nankai earthquake, the human casualties will find under the similar condition of Hanshin, Chuetsu and the eastern Japan earthquake. Spreading consciousness for earthquake-resistant houses and countermeasures for tsunami, and establishing education system for talented persons with the skill of the postmortem medical examination and/or taking case for the families of the deceased is indispensable for the countermeasure on the next Nankai earthquake.
Journal Title
四国医学雑誌
ISSN
00373699
NCID
AN00102041
Publisher
徳島医学会
Volume
67
Issue
5-6
Start Page
211
End Page
228
Sort Key
211
Published Date
2011-12-25
Remark
EDB ID
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language
jpn
departments
Medical Sciences