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something that encourages

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The exercise plus electrical stimulation group attained a significant reduction in low back pain of -2.
Impact of transcutaneous neuromuscular electrical stimulation on dysphagia in patients with head and neck cancer treated with definitive chemoradiation.
A meta-analysis of 7 RCTs found that intravaginal electrical stimulation increased continence compared with sham treatment.
Electrical stimulation applied immediately after slaughter is aimed at increasing the efficiency of bleeding out and to promote blood collection (Craig et al.
The control strategy was implemented to illustrate the effectiveness of FES-assisted knee swinging ergometer in reducing electrical stimulation which leads to the reducing of muscle fatigue.
Electrical stimulation has been used as an adjunct for healing many types of chronic wounds in human subjects and animal models as early as the mid-1900s.
Sevoflurane MAC determined by electrical stimulation was significantly higher, which suggested that the 2 types of stimulation did not induce similar results in thick-billed parrots.
Peripheral magnetic stimulation has been also compared with electrical stimulation in assessing leg muscle function as for clinical interest in locomotor activity (Hamnegard et al.
The researchers--working with funding from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Research Foundation and National Institutes of Health (NIH)--built on decades of research to use epidural electrical stimulation of Summers's lower spinal cord to generate signals to substitute what the brain normally does.
The Circulation Doctor Electronic Foot Massager uses proven neuromuscular electrical stimulation therapy to send micro current pulses through the soles of your feet.
Objective: The purposes of this study were (1) to investigate and (2) to compare effects of isometric exercises and electrical stimulation on isokinetic strength for healthy quadriceps femoris muscle.
Effects of electrical stimulation on WGA-HRP transport in pubococcygeus motoneurons of male rats.
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