neurotonic

neu·ro·ton·ic

(nū-rō-ton'ik),
1. Relating to neurotony.
2. Strengthening or stimulating impaired nervous action.
3. An agent that improves the tone or force of the nervous system.

neu·ro·ton·ic

(nūr'ō-ton'ik)
1. Strengthening or stimulating impaired nervous action.
2. An agent that improves the tone or force of the nervous system.

neurotonic

(nū″rō-tŏn′ĭk) [″ + tonos, tension]
1. Concerning neural stretching.
2. Having a stimulating effect upon nerves or the nervous system.
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Surface electrodes are not sufficient to detect neurotonic discharges: observations in a porcine model and clinical review of deltoid electromyographic monitoring using multiple electrodes.
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