electromyogram

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a graphical record of electric currents associated with muscle contractions

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1999a) Influence of vibration on mechanical power and electromyogram activity in human arm flexor muscles.
She also noted that patients who sustained low-voltage electrical flash contact injury had a higher proportion of positive electromyograms than their electrical contact injury counterparts did (100% vs.
While working at these clinics, MONTONI and TAMAREN signed numerous prescriptions for electromyograms (a nerve function test) that were never actually performed and MONTONI signed phony reports indicating that the tests had been done.
The electromyograms and nerve conduction velocities were consistent with peripheral neuropathy, likely secondary to renal insufficiency.
While physical examination and other studies, including X-rays, electromyograms, nerve conduction velocity studies, and thermography, may document an organic basis in many cases of chronic back pain, some organic syndromes defy definition by objective tests.
Physiologists call readings from muscle signals electromyograms (EMGs).
The report provides value ($m), volume (units) and average price ($) data for each segment within three market categories; Electroencephelograms (EEG), Electromyograms (EMG) and ICP Monitoring Devices.
Detection of onset and termination of muscle activity in surface electromyograms.
Julien Penders, who developed the system, says it can also work with other low-power medical sensors, such as electroencephalograms (EEGs) to monitor neurological conditions or electromyograms to detect neuromuscular diseases.
While working at YELAUN's Chelsea and Lynn clinics, David Tamaren, who was a medical doctor, and John Montoni, who was a chiropractor, signed numerous prescriptions for needle electromyograms (a nerve function test) that were not medically necessary and that were never actually performed.