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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Last year's visit highlighted a lack of time out of cells, having "an acute effect on younger prisoners" and inmates "vulnerable or prone to committing acts of self-harm".
(2014) determined no acute effect of FR on athletic performance (vertical jump height and power, isometric force and agility) in comparison with planking exercises (trunk stabilization) while Halperin et al.
In people, the best-known acute effect of excessive UV exposure is sunburn with itchy reddening and discomfort.
This study compared the acute effect of the order of RT and stretching (RT + SS vs.
Acute effect of a ballistic and a static stretching exercise bout on flexibility and maximal strength.
The results of this study provide new information that the acute effect of BRE supplementation was a reduction in the MO count at the end of recovery and the prolonged effect showed higher NE count immediately after exercise.
Polinder-Bos, M.D., from the University of Groningen in the Netherlands, and colleagues examined the acute effect of conventional hemodialysis on CBF.
We also investigated an acute effect of the fire (AFE) on monthly survival during the first growing season (October 2012 - July 2013) following Foster et al.
In conclusion, the acute effect of WBV, regardless of the frequency of the stimulation, did not significantly affect the variables involved in the control of postural stability (as measured using stabilometry) among asymptomatic and physically active elderly women.
The acute effect of different warm-up protocols on anaerobic performance in elite youth soccer players.
Also, one Tasleem Akhtar, daughter of Abdul Majeed Khan got the PhD degree in the subject of Zoology after approval of her thesis titled 'Acute Effect of Immunosupressive Drug (Tacrolimus) on Iron Metabolism in Rattus Norvegicus'.
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.

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