neuromotor


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relating to a nerve fiber or impulse passing toward motor effectors

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Regarding the width of the window used, it can be concluded (based on the previous statement), that the muscle activation (and thus the emission of the neuromotor message) is a little delayed in the amputee.
Objective: to investigate the impact of 12 weeks of combined training on anthropometric variables, body composition and neuromotor fitness of elderly women.
The aim of this study was to determine whether there is difference in the assessment of psychomotor development in neurological risk children between the test assessing psychomotor development (RPM test) and clinical evaluation of neuromotor development by the child's physiatrist, as well as to compare the RPM test results between the neurological risk and healthy children with no known neurological risk factors and deviations from normal psychomotor development.
It was stated that he had age-appropriate neuromotor development.
3,4) The Cochrane meta-analysis reported that the therapy reduced the risk of neuromotor delay, developmental delay, cerebral palsy, and abnormal MRI results (TABLE).
The other four-factor model, tested across three CFA studies in two articles, included the Cognitive, Autonomic, Neuromotor, and Panic dimensions proposed by Steer, Beck, Brown, and Beck (1993).
In literature, quickness, in all its specific facets, is influenced mainly by two factors: 1) the organization and functional regulation of the neuromotor apparatus and 2) the active and operative implementation of the motor structure of the movement (Verkhoshansky, 1996).
Quantity and quality of exercise for developing and maintaining cardiorespiratory, musculoskeletal, and neuromotor fitness in apparently healthy adults: guidance for prescribing exercise.
Considering the lack of current evidence that supports the effects of low volume on the physical fitness of body builders, the purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of 12 wks of weight training with reduced workload volume on body composition and neuromotor fitness in intermediate-level bodybuilders.
Sao descritos alguns estagios de desenvolvimento dos gestos articulatorios: em um periodo inicial do controle motor da fala, as criancas aprendem a diferenciar articuladores; sequencialmente, com o refinamento do controle neuromotor, ha uma diferenciacao intra-articuladores, por exemplo, entre corpo e ponta de lingua, importante para o contraste entre oclusivas alveolares e velares, e; por ultimo, ocorreria o ajuste de grau e local de constricao desses articuladores [27].
In addition, the results of vestibulomotor function and complex neuromotor function showed a decrease in scores of these tests in the treatment group compared to the ischemia group.
HIE is of foremost concern in an asphyxiated neonate because of its potential to cause serious long-term neuromotor sequelae among survivors.
PathMaker Neurosystems is a clinical-stage neuromodulation company founded to commercialise recent breakthrough advances in the development and clinical application of trans-spinal direct current stimulation (tsDCS) for patients with neuromotor disorders.
For the purposes of this review, successful use of a transitional care model is defined as resulting in one or more of the following: (a) a reduction in emergency department (ED) use or hospital readmission rates, (b) a reduction in the incidence of re-stroke, (c) reduction in rate of depression, (d) improvement in stroke knowledge, (e) improvement in quality of life (QOL), (f) improvement in neuromotor function, or (g) improvements in The Joint Commission (2009) Stroke Core Measures.