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interferential

passage of low-frequency electrical current for 10-20 minutes through tissues to achieve therapeutic benefit: 80 Hz for pain relief, 2.5-130 Hz to allow endorphin release, 0-100 Hz to increase local metabolic rate and 0-50 Hz to stimulate superficial muscle stimulation; contraindicated in patients with heart pacemakers
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Velocity information is introduced as an assistance to eliminate the interference of the interferential and transitional trajectories, and thus, improving the recognition performance.
Patients were randomly assigned to LASER group (n=20) and interferential current (IFCG) group (n=18) by lottery method.
He added: "In order to maintain the high efficiency and provide the aesthetical appearance for the glass on facades, roof-tops and utility installations, the glass at Emirates Insolaire receives several treatments of interferential nano-metric layers on one side and surface treatment on the other side.
Ovaries were dissected, cleared with Herr's technique (1971) and observed using differential interferential contrast microscopy.
Bjelkhagen (emeritus, interferential imaging sciences, Glyndwr U.
Interferential current is effective in palmar psoriasis: an open prospective trial.
Apart from the standard equipment that has been used in physical therapy and medicine, such as Diadynamic, TENS, interferential and exponential currents, magnets, low-and high-power lasers, as well as the 1 MHz and 3 MHz ultrasound, we have been producing cosmetics equipment for the last nine years as well.
After the azimuth spectrum replicating, a following range frequency variant Doppler filter is adopted to remove the interferential spectrum to obtain the unfolded 2-D spectrum as shown in Fig.
M, Cryo Therapy, Gait Training, Hydro- Collator Packs, Infrared radiation Therapy, Interferential Therapy, L.
Adjunctive treatments such as galvanic, interferential, massage and diathermy are modalities specifically focused on addressing these concerns (Langilott, 1985).
Through time-domain analysis in this section, such as group delay, waveform response, correlation coefficient and values of SR, we had certified outstanding time-domain performance of the proposed antennas with good pulse-preserving capability while reject interferential frequencies.