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the state or quality of being physically strong

effective means of influencing, compelling, or punishing

to force one's way into a place or situation

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In ALS, NeuRx DPS is implanted through minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery and provides electrical stimulation to the diaphragm muscles.
The second limitation is diaphragm muscle atrophy, and this requires a period of training to restore muscle strength for individuals starting with phrenic pacing [4].
Doctors then used a synthetic patch inserted into her chest as she did not have a diaphragm muscle.
Sports scientists took two different types of mouse muscle - a leg muscle called extensor digitorum longus, as well as diaphragm muscle - and tested how they performed when dosed with 70 micromolars of caffeine - equivalent to "a couple of espressos," said first author Jason Tallis, a muscle physiologist at Coventry University in England.
The basic science paper by Darlene Reid and colleagues describes post-mortem changes in the diaphragm muscle of people with respiratory disease.
AIR is drawn in and out of the lungs by the piston action of the diaphragm muscle.
A From Chrissie Gallagher Mundy at the Academy of Personal Fitness: There are many theories on how to deal with stitch - which seems to be the best explanation for your cramping or spasm of the diaphragm muscle.
from Atlanta, Georgia, inexplicably began suffering from a paralyzed diaphragm muscle.
The phrenic nerves control function of the diaphragm muscle -- the primary muscle involved in breathing.
This 2 millimetre by 5 millimetre rectangular device was then attached to a rat's diaphragm muscle using tissue adhesive.
Background: The purpose of this study was to quantify diaphragm muscle cell morphology, fiber size, and inflammatory cells in people with acute (ARD), acute and chronic (ARD/CRD), or no respiratory disease (NRD) post-mortem.
In dogs, he has made grafts from diaphragm muscle, and he says that the rectus abdominus (stomach) and pectoralis (chest) muscles could also be used.
In older mice with established fibrosis in the diaphragm muscle the compound was able to reverse fibrosis and improve respiratory and cardiac function.
The phrenic nerve controls function of the diaphragm muscle - the primary muscle involved in breathing.
The electrodes are attached to a small external battery powered pulse generator that stimulates contraction of the diaphragm muscle allowing the patient to breathe.