acute effects

a·cute ef·fects

(ă-kyūt' e-fekts')
Short-term signs and symptoms of a disorder or condition.
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The majority of studies, concerning self-myofascial techniques address acute effects (Aboodarda et al., 2015; Cavanaugh et al., 2017; Halperin et al., 2014; Healey et al., 2014; MacDonald et al., 2013; Skarabot et al., 2015) while there is limited clinical research on training effects of FR.
Perhaps the current study's version of the Tower of London task was not sensitive enough to capture the acute effects of aerobic exercise or yoga.
According to the study, the changes following HIIT suggest that repeated exposure to the acute effects of exercise may contribute to the fight against the cancer.
Makker noted that, while NAS can be challenging to manage, the acute effects of withdrawal are transient.
Acute effects of stretching on previus cardiovascular responses to strength exercise.
Acute effects of muscle stretching on physical performance, range of motion, and injury incidence in healthy active individuals: a systematic review.
surgeon general issued the first national health advisory since 2005, urging families and friends of addicts to carry naloxone, the drug that can reverse the acute effects of an overdose and give a greater chance of survival.
At least one pesticide in at least half of the 100 streams sampled exceeded a threshold predicted to cause harm to aquatic insects and other stream organisms, ranging from acute effects (like death after short-term exposure) to chronic effects (such as longer-term impairments to reproduction and development).
The acute effects of coffee attributed to its caffeine content include increased alertness, mood improvement, temporary boost in metabolism, enhanced athletic performance, and reduced muscle fatigue.
Our recent study examining potential acute effects of wildfire on greater sage-grouse Centrocercus urophasianus (hereafter sage-grouse) survival and nest success observed some of the lowest estimates of adult female survival yet documented (Connelly et al.
Based on the previous literature and the results of the present study, no consensus exists regarding the occurrence of the residual acute effects induced by WBV on postural control.

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