Mirela Maria Vasilescu

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The aim of this paper is to present to new method for assessment diabetic polyneuropathy, before the moment of first clinical sign. Our working presents the method of tensiomyography (TMG) for assess the muscle composition rapports with muscle fibers types I and II. This composition can help to have an image regards the neuromuscular potential of muscle(More)
One of the most known intelligent material is nitinol, which offers many functional advantages over conventional implantable alloys. Applications of SMA to the biomedical field have been successful because of their functional qualities, enhancing both the possibility and the execution of less invasive surgeries. The biocompatibility of these alloys is one(More)
Osteoporosis has become in recent years a public health problem considered a true "silent epidemic", by increasing the number of osteoporosis fractures in the world as a result of increased number of persons 3rd group of age by increasing life expectancy and reducing physical effort and the emergence of sedentary occupations, increasing incidence of(More)
Background: Multiple sclerosis (MS) is characterized by a great heterogeneity of both its clinical course and the aspect of the lesions. The main purpose of this study is to evaluate the neuromuscular disorders in MS using electrophysiological parameters, in order to enable the rehabilitation physician to set the goals of a prophylactic intervention. The(More)
Magnesium is a cofactor involved in many enzymatic systems, being necessary for protein synthesis, functioning of nervous and muscular systems, regulation of blood pressure and glycaemia, bone metabolism. A low dietary intake of magnesium is very common in general population. Additionally, there are categories of population that are even more predisposed to(More)
The term of ”complex regional pain syndromes” (CRPS) was introduced by IASP (International Association for the Study of Pain) in 1994 and represents a group of algic disorders that may develop as a disproportional consequence of a minor trauma (contusion, fracture, postsurgical), usually in one extremity. There have been described 2 types of CRPS I,(More)
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