electromagnetic pulse

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electromagnetic pulse

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik ′pəls]
(electromagnetism)
The pulse of electromagnetic radiation generated by a large thermonuclear explosion.
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Although setting indications and implantation sites differ, the FDA (as well as device manufacturers and healthcare practitioners) recommends caution regarding electromagnetic impulse interference for patients with either device.
In addition, because patients are taught how to turn their devices on or off as required, having it suddenly turned off by an electromagnetic impulse may seem serious to the patient.
Specifically, individuals with movement disorders who have DBS may encounter alterations in device effects through everyday exposure to electromagnetic impulses.
A revolutionary breakthrough in circulatory care, the Electronic Foot Massager and Circulator uses electromagnetic impulses to stimulate the nerve endings in the soles of your feet and legs boosting blood circulation, which in turn helps to reduce fluid retention during its use.
I'm wearing the new technological device that inputs electromagnetic impulses into my brain, stimulating my temporal lobe.
It measures reactions that can indicate guilt, including heartbeat, blood pressure, sweat and even electromagnetic impulses.
The measurement of PEE fields consists in registering the number of electromagnetic impulses in a unit of time.
This weighty, space-hogging machine--dubbed the Big Blue Albatross by some because of its standard color and high maintenance cost--would output galleys of type, which had been transferred to photosensitive paper via the miracle of electromagnetic impulses.
There is no tissue in which this is more evident than the nervous system, which functions by routing electromagnetic impulses throughout the body via the spinal cord.
Very Low Frequency (VLF) sferics are electromagnetic impulses with frequencies between 1 kHz and 100 kHz, which are generated by lightning discharges.

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