motor effect

motor effect

[′mōd·ər i‚fekt]
(electromagnetism)
The mutually repulsive force exerted by neighboring conductors that carry current in opposite directions.
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In the case of restricted block (sensitivity 100%), the criteria include a start after more than 20 min and sensory involvement with minimum or absent motor effect.
The visuo-cognitive and motor effect of amantadine in non-Caucasian patients with Parkinson's disease.
The maximum motor effect is reached 60 min after L-DOPA administration.
Duration of motor blockade was defined as between the onset of peak motor effect and the onset of weaning of motor effect in any of the nerve distribution.
For those variables studies exposed that induction motor effects are very sensitive to short interruptions and voltage sags (Bollen, Hager & Roxenius, 2003; Guasch Pesquer, Corcoles, & Pedra, 2000; Guasch Pesquer, Corcoles, & Pedra, 2004; Pedra, Sainz, & Corcoles, 2007).
She said she uses first-line clozapine, which is more effective for delusions than quetiapine and has fewer adverse motor effects.
3) Although quetiapine did not cause motor effects, it proved ineffective in multiple studies (n = 153), likely because of the near absence of potent 5-HT2A binding.
Conclusions: As the motor effects of STN-DBS and GPi-DBS are similar, NMSs may determine the target choice in surgery of future patients.
Parkinson's disease (PD) was first described in 1817, but it was not until the mid-20th century that loss of dopaminergic neurons in the basal ganglia was identified as the primary cause of the motor effects considered the cardinal signs of PD.
Cingulate motor cortex stimulation produce motor effects, and because of its proximity to the limbic cortex, the region may be involved in movements that have an intense emotional and motivational behavior.
Initiation of a hypnotic effect is approximately 20 minutes; therefore BZRAs must be taken when already in bed to avoid amnesia and motor effects.