conduction velocity


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conduction velocity

the speed with which an electrical impulse can be transmitted through excitable tissue, as in the movement of an action potential through His-Purkinje fibers of the heart.
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Influence of contraction force and speed on muscle fiber conduction velocity during dynamic voluntary exercise.
No statistically significant correlation was found between hearing loss (both higher and lower frequency) with Diabetic Neuropathy Symptom Score-DNS; or average nerve conduction velocity independently.
Effects of age on temperature-related variation in motor nerve conduction velocity in healthy chickens.
Lowered motor conduction velocity of the peroneal nerve after inversion trauma.
These spikes had relatively small average amplitude and conduction velocity (GN6: 0.
Furthermore, it decreased the conduction velocity of atrial impulse (17 [+ or -] 3%); reduced the intraventricular pressure (86 [+ or -] 6%), and increased the conduction time between the right atrium and the His bundle (27 [+ or -] 6.
The text covers current methods for conducting nerve sensory tests and codifies the acceptable differences in latency, amplitude and nerve conduction velocity between nerves of the same or opposite limbs.
4 18 38 (a) DL, Distal latency in milliseconds; Amp, amplitude in millivolts (motor)/in microvolts (sensory); CV, conduction velocity in m/sec.
Scorn has been poured on their method of calculating nerve conduction velocity (NCV) by measuring the heads of their subjects.
A nerve conduction velocity test is used to measure how fast nerve impulses travel along neurons.
Comparision Of Electric And Magnetic Techniques For The Determination Of Conduction Velocity Distribution Of Nerve Bundles.