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PR_277 : Electric Stimulation for Dysphagia Following Stroke: Pilot Data
Objective: To compare the effectiveness of electric stimulation with traditional dysphagia treatment following an acute stroke. Study Design: Prospective, randomized clinical trial. Setting:… Expand
ESRA19-0424 Pulsed radiofrequency treatment selectively affects small-diameter fibers in both functional and structural assessments
Background and aims Pulsed radiofrequency (PRF) has been shown in structural studies to selectively impact small-diameter fibers. Herein, we demonstrate that PRF attenuates function hosted by… Expand
The Reliability of an Isokinetic Dynamometer and Force Gauge in Measuring Core Strength
ESRA19-0419 Percutaneous electrical nerve block of acute pain in humans
- A. Soin, B. Winchester, +6 authors E. Schepis
- Regional Anesthesia & Pain Medicine
- 30 August 2019
Background and aims High-frequency electrical stimulation (HFES) delivered to a peripheral nerve through implanted electrodes can reduce chronic pain. However, surgical placement burdens the use of… Expand
The Effect of Caffeine and 1976T>C (ADORA2A) Genetic Variants on Anaerobic Performance during a 30‐Second Wingate Test
Poster 44: Swallowing Abnormalities and Treatment Strategies Following Cardiac Surgery in Rehabilitation Patients
The 75% Rule for Cardiac Surgery Patients: Does Dysphagia Make a Difference?
Poster 374: Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation for Dysphagia Treatment Following an Acute Stroke
Poster 244: Stroke Rehabilitation: Does Dysphagia Make a Difference for Outcomes?