y], relative to the depolarizing
transient current density [J.
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dyads resulting from the longitudinal current densities and are mathematically and physically consistent with prior well-documented findings [25-35].
Neuronal spiking response was tested by injecting brief (1 sec) depolarizing
current pulses (100-400 pA) and measuring total number of spikes evoked, the minimal current required to evoke spike, and the maximum peak frequency of the evoked spikes.
This article explores the dilemmas associated with working with same-sex attracted (SSA) clients in religious conflict, the ethics of conversion therapy, social justice issues, and whether depolarizing
the debate can or should be a goal.
Table The safety of selected drugs in patients susceptible to malignant hyperthermia Do not use (trigger agents) Cyclopropane Depolarizing
muscle relaxants (e.
A cell will remain refractory until it is able to repolarize, recognize, and respond to another depolarizing
Characean action potentials can be induced by various stimuli, including suddenly lowered or raised temperature or pressure, UV irradiation, and odorants, as well as by a mechanical stimulation or a depolarizing
current (Harvey, 1942a, 1942b; Hill, 1935; Kishimoto, 1968; Osterhaut & Hill, 1935; Staves & Wayne, 1993; Ueda et al.
Half of each group then viewed the normal sky, and half saw the sky through a depolarizing
The material is then heated at a constant rate, causing it to depolarize and create a depolarizing
Precautions should also be taken in those patients who have had previous anaphylactic reactions to other neuromuscular blocking agents, since cross-reactivity between neuromuscular blocking agents, both depolarizing
, has been reported.
muscle relaxants are associated with occurrence of fasciculations, post-operative myalgia, rise in intraocular pressure, hyperkalaemia, rise in serum creatinine phosphokinase and myoglobinuria.
The high voltage device for measuring thermal stimulated by depolarizing
currents - 1 unit;