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MiZ

MiZ
Field:
Healthcare
Location:
Kamakura City

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Recent research results indicate that hydrogen molecules have not only the antioxidant effects but also other pharmacological effects, such as anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, anti-apoptotic, and lipid metabolism exaggerator effects. About six hundred original papers on animal and clinical studies on the effects of hydrogen molecules have reported so far.


Also, Hydrogen gas inhalation therapy has been approved by the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare as Advanced Medical Care Class B and medical institutions such as Keio University School of Medicine are doing clinical trials for the application to the cases with severe brain and cardiovascular diseases.


Twenty years ago, our company predicted that molecular hydrogen would bring a revolutionary change in medical care in the twenty-first century. Since then, we have been conducting research and development activities aiming for the appropriate dosage methods of hydrogen to live bodies.


Up until now, we have developed various technologies related to hydrogen dosage methods, such as oral administration, injection or infusion, and inhalation methods. With these technologies, we believe that we will be able to contribute to advanced medical care in this century.

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Hydrogen gas supply apparatus

There is a risk that hydrogen gas will ignite and explode at a certain concentration level or higher. Jobs-α is the system that generates hydrogen gas by electrolyzing purified water designed for safe operation at home. It controls the hydrogen gas density far below the lower explosive limit through the entire process from generation to inhalation.


The system generates hydrogen gas approx 5-6% in density, with a generative capacity equivalent to approx 200 ml/min of 100% hydrogen gas concentration. At any time during the operation, you can monitor these levels on the front panel display.


As a result of collaborative research with Professor Yoshiyasu Takefuji of Keio University's Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, a paper called "Preventing explosions of hydrogen gas inhalers" reporting the intrinsically safe explosion-proof has published in a Dutch-based online international science journal.

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Contribution to the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals

We will work on “Goal 3: Good health and well-being” and “Goal 9: Industry, innovation and infrastructure” of Sustainable Development Goals in the scope of molecular hydrogen medicine. We will continue working with universities and companies in Japan and other countries on the research and development of potential therapeutic use of molecular hydrogen targeting the diseases difficult to get cured with modern medicine. We also will promote the development and enlightenment of molecular hydrogen medicine to the world through the Sustainable Development Goals and will provide a safe supply of molecular hydrogen contributing to the recovery of patients suffering from intractable diseases around the world.

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