electromyograph


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a medical instrument that records the electrical waves associated with the activity of skeletal muscles

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In the evaluation of the human motor system, typical output measures of TMS stimulation to the primary motor cortex (M1) are changes in the electromyographs (EMG) of target muscles including, if the stimulation is properly applied, the generation of EMG activity spikes known as magnetic evoked potentials (MEPs).
Unlike other electromyograph (EMG) devices, Gadia Power is small, lightweight, and durable - making it ideal for carrying on all your outdoor adventures.
Electrophysiology monitoring devices are segmented as electrocardiograph, electroencephalograph, electroretinograph, electromyograph, electrocorticograph, electrooculograph, x-ray systems, imaging and 3D mapping systems, diagnostic electrophysiology catheters and Holter monitoring devices.
The Cadwell Sierra LT electromyograph and stimulator (Cadwell Laboratories, Inc, Kennewick Washington) were used to measure the compound motor action potential (CMAP) and sensory nerve action potential (SNAP) latencies and amplitudes.
An electromyograph confirmed the diagnosis of peripheral polyneuropathy.
Lower (100[degrees] to 120[degrees] elbow extension) and more backward seat positions with respect to the wheel axle have been associated with lower electromyograph activity [3], lower push frequency [4], higher push angle [4], lower rate of rise of push force [4], smaller elbow and shoulder motions [5], lower oxygen cost, and higher mechanical efficiency [1].
The patients were all monitored with an electromyograph with recording electrodes over the hypothenar eminence.
2], finger pulse volume, electromyograph, finger temperature) were measured before, during, and immediately after exposure.
The Cadwell Sierra LT electromyograph and stimulator (Cadwell Laboratories, Inc, Kennewick, WA) were used to measure the compound motor action potential (CMAP) and sensory nerve action potential (SNAP) latencies and amplitudes.