neuromuscular


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neuromuscular

[¦nu̇r·ō′məs·kyə·lər]
(biology)
Pertaining to both nerves and muscles, functionally and structurally.
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Train-of-four nerve stimulation in the management of prolonged neuromuscular blockade following succinylcholine.
Most clients that receive Neuromuscular massage for Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome report feeling almost immediate relief, although sometimes 1 or 2 additional massage sessions are required to help re-align the jaw and to keep the muscles loose.
caninum en canes con afeccion neuromuscular, asi como evaluar el tipo de asociacion existente entre la presencia de afeccion neuromuscular y la presencia de anticuerpos IgG, proporcionando de esta manera un mayor sustento a la decision del clinico veterinario en la ampliacion de las posibilidades del diagnostico diferencial para afecciones neuromusculares.
The conference, which is being held in Australia for the first time, will bring together more than 500 clinicians and medical researchers in neuromuscular disorders.
Of the 33 new grants, four are career development grants designed to increase the number of scientists committed to working on neuromuscular disease research.
There have been numerous studies examining intervention programs and injury reduction (9,17,19-23), with the most successful programs incorporating plyometric and neuromuscular technique training (10,17,25,26).
There is currently no cure for neuromuscular conditions, and there are limited treatments available to manage symptoms.
At the beginning it was like shooting in the dark because cdk5 has so many potential targets at the neuromuscular junction," said Yang.
Neuromuscular blocking agents are often a therapist's best friend
A spokesperson for the North West Specialised Commissioning Team, which plans neuromuscular services for the region, said: "We are aware of the concerns raised in the Walton Report.
Each athlete was paired with an MDA Buddy, a local child affected by neuromuscular disease.
Families, clinicians and campaigners are calling on the Government to recognise the specialist nature of neuromuscular services and improve access to ongoing therapies.