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diagnosis of neuromuscular disorders with the use of an electromyograph

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Biofeedback in facial paralysis: electromyographic rehabilitation.
Electromyographic responses to small doses of suxamethonium in children after burns.
Mechanomyographic and electromyographic responses of the triceps surae during maximal voluntary contractions.
Control of multifunctional prosthetic hands by processing the electromyographic signal.
We reviewed medical records and reguested two additional investigations, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the right elbow and sensory nerve conduction study of LACN, apart from the previous electromyographic examination of the upper extremity.
Falla et al (2002a) published a method for recording electromyographic (EMG) activity in scalenus anterior using surface electrodes.
Several factors, including the presence of high electromyographic activity and subsequent EEG signal pollution, may account for the oversedation of BIS patients in ICU (8,15-17), however, we are unable to provide an adequate explanation for patients in the non BIS group receiving less sedation over time.
In summary, the electromyographic examination revealed abnormalities most consistent with a primary axonloss sensorimotor polyneuropathy.
The electromyographic activity of the posterior cricoarytenoid muscle (PCA) is linked to that of the diaphragm.
Objectivization of player-racket interaction under field conditions is mainly based on vibration or electromyographic outcomes.
Electromyographic data were collected via a Noraxon Myopac 1400L 8-channel amplifier (Noraxon USA, INC, Scottsdale, AZ).
Technology and instrumentation for detection and conditioning of the surface electromyographic signal: State of the art.
Identify normal and abnormal electrical potentials recorded during needle electromyographic exams explain the physiologic basis for nerve conduction, neuromuscular transmission, single muscle fiber and motor unit activity
Among those studied, it was concluded that "Recovery of diaphragm electromyographic activity was demonstrated in 13 of 14 (93%) patients.