stimulation treatment

stimulation treatment

[′stim·yə′lā·shən ‚trēt·mənt]
(petroleum engineering)
One of the techniques to increase (stimulate) oil- or gas-reservoir production, such as acidizing, fracturing, controlled underground explosions, or various cleaning techniques. Also known as well stimulation.
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Highlands found that the Eagle formation did produce natural gas in sufficient quantities to achieve intermittent surface flares, although without a stimulation treatment the flow rate was too small to measure using flow testing equipment.
Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation treatment of comorbid posttraumatic stress disorder and major depression.
The UK's National Institute of Health and Care Excellence has published guidance that US-based medical device maker electroCore's non-invasive vagus nerve stimulation treatment (gammaCore) for the prevention and acute treatment of migraine and cluster headache is safe and can now be used in the NHS, the company said.
The "carryover effect" is defined as increased blood flow above that measured before the first electrical stimulation treatment was given.
London, Feb 15 ( ANI ): Cognitive stimulation treatment (CST), which involves activities like gardening, cooking and group discussions, helps improve memory, communication skills and general well-being in Alzheimer's patients, researchers say.
It analysed data on more than 19,000 women who had at least one ovarian stimulation treatment.
The flow rates from the well are expected to increase with further testing and stimulation treatment which is planned to be conducted, shortly.
Table 3 Vagus nerve stimulation treatment parameters Parameter Units Range Output current Milliamps (mA) 0 to 3.
Cheal B-3 will receive a fracture stimulation treatment followed by installation of additional recovery technology.
The 45-year-old celebrity has just finished having Sculptra', a non-surgical collagen stimulation treatment, to restore her facial volume, giving her a fuller, younger-looking face.
The Assembly Government has already demonstrated a commitment to improve care for people living with Parkinson's disease with its recent announcement of pounds 400,000 of funding for the use of deep brain stimulation treatment.
Among the most controversial were decisions against allowing deep brain stimulation treatment for patients with Parkinson's Disease and brachy therapy for sufferers of prostate cancer.