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myoelectric

 [mi″o-e-lek´trik]
pertaining to the electric properties of muscle.

my·o·e·lec·tric

(mī'ō-ē-lek'trik),
Relating to the electrical properties of muscle.

myoelectric

(mī′ō-ĭ-lĕk′trĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to the electrical properties of muscle tissue from which impulses may be amplified, used especially in the control or operation of prosthetic devices.
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The myoelectrical manifestations of muscle fatigue can be observed by a decrease in the mean power frequency (MPF) of the power spectrum [19], whereas EMG amplitude can be used to measure muscular activity [20].
After the myoelectrical activity capture, the RMS value of the EMG signal was used as a means of processing or quantification.
Effects of music on gastric myoelectrical activity in healthy humans.
Effects of loperamide hydrochloride on experimental diarrhea and gastrointestinal myoelectrical activity in calves.
These myoelectrical signals are strong and easy to detect, like the heart muscle during an EKG.
Parkman, "Effect of Meal Size and Test Duration on Gastric Emptying and Gastric Myoelectrical Activity as Determined with Simultaneous [13c]Octanoate Breath Test and Electrogastrography in Normal Subjects Using a Muffin Meal," Digestive Diseases and Sciences 46, no.
The study compared mechanical and myoelectrical measurements of motor fatigue with patient ratings of fatigue during 30 seconds of maximum voluntary isometric contraction of two muscle groups, the elbow flexors and hand-grip muscles.
While speaking to the experts, participating in their consultation and studying the protocol which was employed for fitting young children with a myoelectrical hand (Sorbye), we got an impression of the social support capacity of rehabilitational teams.
Myoelectrical activity of the stomach after surgical correction of esophageal atresia.
Spengler, 1996).Therefore, a closer analysis of strength generation and myoelectrical activity of antagonist muscle that support the spine can lead to a correct and efficient implementation of training and rehabilitation programs at the level of the trunk.
Altered myoelectrical activity in noninflamed ileum of rats with colitis induced by trinitrobenzene sulphonic acid.