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active motion

Movement caused by the patient's own intention.
See: active range of motion
See also: motion
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The new Cricket Series has an Active Motion Rate image-processing technology that reduces motion blur and keeps up with fast-moving sports and action sequences, Toshiba claims.
Effects of joint mobilization on joint stiffness and active motion of the metacarpal phalangeal joint.
The advantage of the active motion controller lies in its ability to precisely track and shape the piston trajectory.
Picturesque landscapes, best viewed in 3D glasses, and powerful digital audio, together synchronized with an active motion platform, produce an astounding experience.
Clinical trials use passive or active motion. Active motion used is usually a slow motion (McCully et al., 2005), and not simulating the sports practice.
This protocol, progressing as muscle activation, allows for early active motion, reducing the time to achieve therapeutic goals and increasing patient safety.
Her wounds healed well with no complications and she retained very good hand, elbow and wrist function but no active motion of her shoulder.
Available features are the retractable panoramic roof, inflatable rear seat belts and multicontour front seats with Active Motion.
Most hand injuries are extremely painful and the use of analgesics to control pain will facilitate early active motion. In addition, immediate referral to a physiotherapist will help with the early mobilisation programme.
However, we should not be expecting any active motion at the market due to it is a holiday on Monday in the U.S.