acute effect

acute effect

Any adverse effect of a transient exposure to a noxious agent, such as an infectious microorganism, ionizing radiation, or a toxin.
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Especially, it is unknown whether or not an acute effect of cyclic stretching changes the passive fascicle stiffness of medial gastrocnemius muscle (MG).
Although there are many studies related to the acute effect of static stretching on the various performance measurements, there is not a general consensus on the effect, duration and the number of repetitions.
A physiological hypothesis that may explain the acute effect of exercise intensity on the cognitive response is the increased cerebral blood flow, nutrient availability, and/or the increased neurotransmitter activity (21).
As shown in our analysis, the chronic effect estimate was much larger than the acute effect estimate after controlling for the acute estimate, indicating that there were chronic effects of [PM.
add to the literature in this area with their report on the acute effect of exercise and the inflammatory response in the myocardium of rats.
This was even more evident when examining DROM, probably due to a higher acute effect of dynamic and static stretching on the agonist and antagonist muscle function, respectively.
The IMF spokesman, Gerry Rice, told the reporters that Ebola outbreak had an acute effect on the macroeconomic and social fabric of these fragile countries in West Africa, reported by Yahoo News.
The most immediate and acute effect of noise is the impairment of hearing, which diminishes by the damage of some part of auditory system, he added.
As for the relationship between stretching and isometric strength, few studies had evaluated the acute effect on small muscle groups (COSTA E SILVA et al.
Exposure of between 24--48 hours can have an acute effect on the patients by causing a risk of developing cardiovascular and respiratory issues, while long-term chronic effects can lead to the development of cancer cells in the human body.
Optometrist and founder of SkiCPD, Nick Dash, says that the most acute effect of UV on the eye is a condition known as snow blindness.
In this trial, it is concluded that hydrotherapy in a heated pool has had a positive acute effect on the posture of children with Chronic Non-Progressive Childhood Encephalopathy.

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