Despite the certified fitness trainers having more experience at palpating
HR than the exercisers (10.5 [+ or -] 19.5 vs.
When the anatomy of the posterior triangle is considered locating, palpating
or recording EMG activity of scalenus anterior using surface electrodes appear far from straightforward.
After a demonstration by the instructor, the group breaks into small sections, who alternate palpating
for position, listening for fetal heart tones with a fetoscope, and massaging the woman's feet and/or scalp and neck, if she desires.
By comparison, palpating
a vein and drawing blood while wearing gloves is a far easier matter.
We find it unlikely that the effect was due to improper palpation by the examiners as, to our experience, palpating
moose does not differ extensively from palpating
dairy cows (except for the position).
The authors quote other studies that reveal poor reliability from other professions, in palpating
spinal levels, so there is room for improvement in this type of examination.
in the area of its proximal attachment the presence of other local structures also require consideration.
Medium-sized nymphs occupy the bottom and middle portions of plants regardless of time of day; they remain still during the day, but they exhibit leg palpating
behavior from 21:00-01:00 h.
However, because of difficulty in palpating
veins with glove on, we allow ourselves, on difficult draws, to remove the fingertip of the glove (with scissors) of the palpating
These simpler methods include palpating
the feet for pedal pulses and evaluating the temperature of the feet in relation to each other and to the proximal leg area.
the symphysis pubis can be a source of embarrassment and misunderstanding on the patient's part.
LeDray has figured out, by peering at objects in museums, palpating
and sniffing them at flea markets, collecting them (he has amassed an enormous trove of Seattle World's Fair memorabilia), and allowing them to breed, that the sound of an object after use changes to a human voice.