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“Sapporo Medical University × READYFOR” crowdfunding project started, soliciting donations

“Sapporo Medical University × READYFOR” crowdfunding project started, soliciting donations

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Press release: May 13, 2024
“Sapporo Medical University × READYFOR” crowdfunding project started, soliciting donations
*Five projects will be released as the first project from today* READYFOR Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo,
Representative: Haruka Mera) and Hokkaido Public University
Corporation Sapporo Medical University (Location: Sapporo City, Hokkaido, Chairman/President: Toshihiko Yamashita) have entered into a business alliance, and today we are announcing the first 5 projects. Ta.

As the environment surrounding national and public universities changes day by day, in order to further revitalize education and research, it has become important to obtain support in various forms in addition to operational grants and competitive funds from the government. It’s coming. In addition, in order to fulfill the important mission of contributing to local medical care, which is stated in the university’s founding spirit, the university is utilizing crowdfunding as a powerful means to support the activities of each laboratory and the university. Opportunities to obtain donations for equipment investment, etc. will expand. Sapporo Medical University is the 70th university with which READYFOR has formed a business partnership.

The newly launched “Sapporo Medical University x READYFOR” will launch the following five projects as the first step.

* ■ Project overview *
* -Released on May 13th: 5 projects (in alphabetical order of participants’ names)-*
* [1] “I want to advance clinical research on sepsis and take a step towards future treatment strategies!” *
– Page URL: https://readyfor.jp/projects/sapmed-icu
– Target amount: 3 million yen
– Executor: Masayuki Akatsuka, Assistant Professor, Department of Intensive Care Medicine, Sapporo Medical University School of Medicine – Format: Donation deduction type / All or Nothing format *All or The Nothing format is a system in which the promoter can receive donations only when the total amount of donations collected within the period reaches the target amount.
– Publication period: May 13, 2024 (Monday) to June 30, 2024 (Sunday) 23:00 – Use of funds: Continuing clinical research on sepsis and expenses for publishing the results
– overview :
Sepsis is a life-threatening condition in which the body’s response to infection, such as bacteria or viruses, damages its own tissues and organs. The number of cases is increasing worldwide due to the aging of the population, and updating treatment strategies is an urgent issue. Sepsis treatment
“from now”
In order to create this, we will take on the challenge of
conducting clinical research with a high level of evidence to verify the hypotheses we have derived based on previous research. At present, we do not have enough funds to complete our research and translate the results into academic conference presentations and paper submissions, so we will conduct crowdfunding in order to foresee and smoothly proceed with our research activities.

* [2] “Sapporo Medical University | Donate to improve the environment of the surgical technique training facility” *
– Page URL: https://readyfor.jp/projects/SMUSTC_2024
– Target amount: 7 million yen
– Executor: Yuki Osaki, Professor, Department of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine, Sapporo Medical University
– Format: Donation deduction type / All or Nothing format
– Publication period: May 13, 2024 (Monday) to July 11, 2024 (Thursday) 23:00 – Use of funds: Purchase cost of surgical equipment related to surgical training and imaging and video equipment for education and recording.
– overview :
The Sapporo Medical University Surgical Training Center hosts various clinical courses such as gastrointestinal surgery,
orthopedics, obstetrics and gynecology, anesthesiology, plastic surgery, oral surgery, neurosurgery, and otorhinolaryngology, as well as training seminars and graduation programs for young doctors. Post-graduate training is being conducted. In order to provide practical surgical training, it is essential to create an environment similar to an actual operating room, but medical equipment is expensive, and centers are short of supplies and consumables. Clinical courses either prepare their own equipment or spend a large amount of money renting surgical equipment and consumables from contractors each time.
In order to continue to provide training opportunities to more surgeons, we have taken up the challenge of crowdfunding.

* [3] “From a university hospital! Create patient explanation videos to realize safe and secure work style reforms” *
– Page URL: https://readyfor.jp/projects/sapmed-2nai
– Target amount: 3.5 million yen
– Implementer: Masayuki Koyama, Lecturer, Department of Public Health and Department of Cardiovascular, Nephrology, Metabolic Endocrinology, Sapporo Medical University School of Medicine – Format: Donation deduction type / All or Nothing format
– Publication period: May 13, 2024 (Monday) to June 30, 2024 (Sunday) 23:00 – Use of funds: Cost of producing video content for consent and explanation documents for patients
– overview :
In preparation for the work style reforms for doctors that will be implemented from April 2024, the introduction of IT is progressing in medical settings. However, after the coronavirus pandemic, medical material costs and IT
Labor costs for professional professionals are rising day by day, and the current situation is that there is a shortage of resources for people and things. Therefore, we will raise funds to create video content for consent and explanation documents that will reduce the burden on medical professionals and give consideration to the safety and security of patients.

* [4] “Intractable Crohn’s disease: Aiming to avoid repeated surgeries!” * – Page URL: https://readyfor.jp/projects/ibdmscsmu
– Target amount: 7 million yen
– Executor: Kankazu Nagaishi, Professor, Second Department of Anatomy, Sapporo Medical University School of Medicine
– Format: Donation deduction type / All or Nothing format
– Publication period: May 13, 2024 (Monday) to July 11, 2024 (Thursday) 23:00 – Use of funds: Basic research expenses for the development of cell therapy drugs for Crohn’s disease
– overview :
Crohn’s disease is a type of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that causes chronic, intractable inflammation and ulcers in all parts of the gastrointestinal tract, from the mouth to the anus. The cause of the disease is still unknown, and it primarily occurs in young people in their teens to 30s, known as the AYA generation. In addition to the main symptoms such as abdominal pain, diarrhea, bloody stool, fever, weight loss, and malnutrition, digestive symptoms such as joint pain, skin symptoms (erythema nodosum, pyoderma gangrenosum, etc.), and eye inflammation (iritis) Symptoms other than those associated with this disease may occur, and these can have a significant impact on the patient’s daily life.
In particular, deep ulcers in the gastrointestinal tract, fistulas (so-called tunnels) formed between surrounding organs, intestinal tract strictures, and anal fistulas around the anus are often treated surgically if they do not improve with nutritional therapy, existing medicines, or antibody preparations. This is a serious lesion that can lead to decreased quality of life (QOL), such as short bowel syndrome and colostomy. Therefore, there is a need to develop new treatments that avoid surgery as much as possible and improve QOL. We are conducting research to develop new cell therapy drugs using
mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) for intractable ulcers and fistula lesions in the intestinal tract, and are aiming to “avoid as many cases as possible of intestinal resection surgery and anal fistula surgery.” ” and “improvement of QOL.”

* [5] “We want to provide psychological care to children who have been involved in accidents! We want to provide learning opportunities for medical professionals” *
– Page URL: https://readyfor.jp/projects/sapmed-ped-challenge2024 – Target amount: 7 million yen
– Executor: Kenji Hirakawa, Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Sapporo Medical University School of Medicine
– Format: Donation deduction type / All or Nothing format
– Publication period: May 13, 2024 (Monday) to June 30, 2024 (Sunday) 23:00 – Use of funds: Training costs for trauma care personnel
– overview :
People injured in accidents are transported to our hospital’s advanced critical care center. Some of these patients are children, such as those who have had to have their legs amputated and who are alone with heavy feelings, others who cannot sleep in ICU beds, and those who are not physically injured. We see many cases in which children are deeply traumatized, such as children whose behavior changes from their usual behavior due to being a witness.

The Department of Pediatrics actively provides psychological care for children and their families admitted to the Advanced Critical Care Center, but due to manpower constraints, we are unable to respond to all cases. In order to provide sufficient psychological care to children who have been involved in accidents, it is necessary to train medical staff who can provide trauma care, but in Japanese medical care, training to hone specialized skills is based on individual enthusiasm and financial resources. Much depends on the burden. Please help us develop medical staff who can provide trauma care and heal the hearts of children.

* ■ About READYFOR Co., Ltd. *
With the vision of “creating a world where everyone can achieve what they want,” Japan’s first and largest crowdfunding service “READYFOR” We operate a bequest donation support service. Since the crowdfunding service started in March 2011, we have posted more than 27,000 projects and raised more than 41 billion yen from more than 1.55 million people, making it one of the largest crowdfunding services in Japan. We support a wide range of people in taking the first step towards their dreams (as of May 2024).
– Company name: READYFOR Co., Ltd.
– Representative: Haruka Mera
– Location: 7th floor, Sumitomo Fudosan Ichibancho Building, 8 Ichibancho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
– Established: July 2014
– Capital: 100 million yen
– Company page URL: https://corp.readyfor.jp
– “Crowdfunding Service READYFOR” URL: https://readyfor.jp – “READYFOR Continuous Donation Service” URL: https://readyfor.jp/fundraising – “Readyfor Legacy Donation Support Service” URL: https://izo.readyfor.jp – “Fund/Donation/Subsidy Planning and Management Service” URL: https://fund.readyfor.jp
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