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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Cost of treatment The cost of neuromuscular treatment hinges largely on the extent of the problem, the clinical situation, the procedures necessary to treat your condition, and the expertise of the dentist.
Neuromuscular diseases have varied causes, severity and trajectories even within a class or diagnosis.
Neither drugs reversing the effects of the muscle relaxants nor monitoring of neuromuscular function during anesthesia to make sure that the muscle function is completely recovered did change the respiratory outcome.
Unlike other tests that examine neuromuscular function in co-cultures or using biomarker activity and protein analysis, Hickman's model is a functioning platform that recreates human neuronal connections to skeletal muscle.
This data has been used by neuromuscular disease specialists and researchers to progress in the field.
We hereby submit to the Colombian Journal of Anesthesiology, our project entitled: "Pre-and post-operative monitoring of neuromuscular block within the anesthesiologist's reach: is it possible?" The project involves the development of an app for intelligent personal devices and a MNMB prototype using low cost, friendly, and portable acceleromyography as a solution to this delicate issue.
The third question is whether objective neuromuscular monitoring is a must during laparoscopic surgery?
McDonald, a professor of pediatrics, chair of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, director of Rehabilitation Services and director of the Neuromuscular Disease Clinics at UC Davis Health, brings an unusual depth and breadth of expertise with regard to trial design and the development of clinical endpoints and outcome measures to evaluate therapeutic candidates for neuromuscular diseases.
Conclusion: To our knowledge, our study is the first to show the effects of topiramate on muscle contraction and neuromuscular junction transmission.
Objective: To compare the mean duration of atracurium induced neuromuscular blockade in minutes when dosed according to real body weight (RBW) or ideal body weight (IBW) to obese patients undergoing abdominal surgeries under general anesthesia.
LAS VEGAS--After participating in an 8-week neuromuscular exercise therapy program, patients with mild to moderate knee osteoarthritis showed significantly greater symptomatic improvement at 12 months of follow-up than if they had been instructed to treat with analgesics and anti-inflammatory agents in the randomized EXERPHARMA trial.