Galvani


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Gal·van·i

(gahl-vahn'ē),
Luigi, Italian physician and anatomist, 1737-1798. See: galvanism.
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Galvani notes that while gluten-free pasta dollar sales have slowed in the last year, the segment is continuing to grow on a unit basis as more items are available at more attainable prices.
Once students of any age discover that textbooks can be engaging, interesting and fun, they will never want to go back," says Galvani.
Galvani says that gall bladder surgery is one of many procedures eligible for this technique; among others are adjustable gastric banding, appendectomy, cholecystectomy, colectomy, hernia repair, hysterectomy, sleeve gastrectomy, nephrectomy arid sacrocolpopexy.
Therefore, the main base of our study was to perform the calibration measurements of the devices in fully equipped physiotherapy unit including TENS, therapeutic ultrasound, Galvani Farad devices, electrotherapy equipment, diadynami device, traction, shortwave diathermy device, infrared, treadmill, paraffin and hot pack devices by developing the calibration measurement procedures, and to interpret the calibration measurement results.
The Galvani was sunk by British sloop HMS Falmouth near the Straits of Hormuz on June 26, 1940.
However, the form of that clash may have been considerably better than it looked because Galvani had previously posted an excellent result when silencing Britain's Jamie Baker in straight sets.
gt;> Selected men's first-round results: A Clement bt B Becker 7-6 (9/7), 7-6 (7/3), 6-3; M Youzhny (17) bt S Galvani 4-6, 6-4, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3.
Only one match in the men's draw was completed, Russia's Nikolay Davydenko securing a 6-3, 6-1, 6-1 victory over Stefano Galvani after the first interruption for rain.
TENNIS: Only one match in the men's draw of the French Open was completed yesterday due to torrential rain, Russia's Nikolay Davydenko securing a 6-3 6-1 6-1 win over Stefano Galvani of Italy.
Since the Roman Empire where live torpedo fish were used to relieve symptoms from haemorrhoids, through to intolerable protracted headaches, and since Galvani in the 18th century noted the twitching of a frog's leg muscle with the use of an electric current, electrophysical agents have been used to introduce various forms of exogenous energy to improve health and relieve symptoms.
Six-year-old Eden Galvani, from Ilford, in Essex, was watching the display with her mother, Helen Zachariou, at an hotel on the Aegean coast when a bottle of flammable liquid was ignited and exploded in the entertainer's hands.