coordinated movement

coordinated movement

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as the ability of muscles to work together voluntarily for purposeful movement. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
References in periodicals archive ?
Areas of the brain that are highly important for the coordinated movement of the body also begin communicating better after getting ample amount of sleeping time.
Roman Catholic Modernism was more than a number of intellectual and political tendencies that surfaced in the Church during the belle epoque and less than the consciously coordinated movement asserted by the Vatican condemnation in the encyclical Pascendi dominici gregis (1907).
Caption: Zebrafish owe their stripes to the coordinated movement of at least two types of pigment-producing cells.
Leaders drive coordinated movement within the organization and create the reactions necessary to get the results they want," Bartlett said.
2) consisted of learning to identify and differentiate between normal coordinated movement and the abnormal movement, learning to monitor oneself during practice, assessing how close one's movement was to the normal movement pattern, and assessing the frequency of execution of the more normal movement pattern during a series of practice trials [15].
Of the three, my impression is that the critical factor will be the ability of the various opposition groups to form a more coherent and coordinated movement to change the Assad regime, drawing on the substantial support they have generated in the Middle East and around the world to assist them in their goal.
Coordinated movement is produced from sequential muscle activation proximal to distal throughout the kinetic chain (29).
At four months, ecstasy-exposed infants in the study demonstrated poorer quality of coordinated movement and lower milestone attainment.
The foreign ministry spokesman, Al-Obaid Marwih was quoted by SUNA today as saying that the government has been monitoring coordinated movement by "extremist groups" in the US to prepare the international arena for action in these two states.
We have to work for tolerance, moderation and a peaceful society as envisioned by our founding fathers - we have to launch a coordinated movement to that end, he added.
Depending on the area within the brain, the presence of the cannabinoid receptors vary from many to none; but oddly, the highest concentrations have been found in regions that control things like time perception, coordinated movement and thinking.
William informed the agitating nurses that till 18, protests in Karachi, Peshawar, and Islamabad would continue while nurses bodies in Lahore are also consulted to launch a coordinated movement if their demands are not met.

Full browser ?