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a medical instrument that records several physiological processes simultaneously (e

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New Delhi [India], November 24 ( ANI ): Controversial arms dealer Abhishek Verma, a witness in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case, on Friday claimed that a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Investigating Officer (IO) informed him that the polygraphic test scheduled on November 27 to 30 stands cancelled as the machine was found broken or faulty.
A review of the current scientific status and fields of application of polygraphic deception detection.
The results of a polygraphic examination are admissible in evidence in a criminal trial for purposes of corroboration or impeachment, provided that the following conditions are observed.
It contributed specifically to the development of diagnostic tools in narcolepsy (the multiple sleep latency test in different age groups), in nocturnal epilepsy (development of a method to localize the primary focus using in-depth electrodes recording during rapid eye movement sleep), in sleep bruxism (a method for scoring masticatory muscle activity during sleep and definition of cut-off values), in the restless legs syndrome (RLS: the suggested immobilisation test), in sleepwalking (sleep deprivation and experimental awakenings) and REM sleep behaviour disorder (RBD: development of the first polygraphic method to diagnose RBD).
Polygraphic analysis of sleep and wakefulness in patients with Parkinson's syndrome.
In clinical practice, there are many cases of false insomnia, especially in individuals who complain of lack of sleep, even if polygraphic records show a quantitatively normal, but disorganized sleep, with prevailing stages of superficial sleep and little deep sleep.
Interdisciplinary (bibliological-bibliographical and musicological) research will ensure versatile analysis and evaluation of peculiarities of Lithuanian music scores publishing and tendencies of its development, also artistic and polygraphic typography, peculiarities of the content and its spread, evaluation of the condition of music scores publishing in Lithuania and formation of preliminary recommendations and conclusions for legal and political / cultural regulation of Lithuanian music scores publishing.
According to CBI, Nazru, the sole eye-witness in the case, underwent a polygraphic test recently.
Polygraphic study of diurnal and nocturnal (hypnic and respiratory) episodal manifestations of Pickwick syndrome.
A new tax stamp for tobacco and liquor in Ukraine, with a hologram as its main security feature, saw an increase in excise tax revenues equivalent to $15m in its first month of issue, according to Anatoliy Shevchuk of Polygraphic Combine Ukrania, as reported in the May 2004 issue of Holography News[R].
Panayotova announced that the site located between the Arena Armeets Sofia sports hall and the Publishing Polygraphic Complex "Rodina" was being cleared up and the preparations for construction works were underway.
Ursachi (1971), "Guide Monuments from Bacau and Neamt County," Polygraphic Enterprise Bacau, Bacau.
Muscle biopsy was planned for the polygraphic analyses to evaluate the electron transport chain functionally along with spectrophotometric analyses.
The recognition of transition from waking to sleeping was made in each newborn using polygraphic (EEG, EOG, EMG and respiratory rhythm) and behavioral (closed and opened eyes, crying and body movements) characteristics (22).
Prevalence of sleep-disordered breathing in children with Down syndrome: Polygraphic findings in 108 children.