Takaaki Fujita

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Motion and force produced by electrical neuromuscular stimulation (ENS) to each of the extensor carpi radialis longus (ECRL) and brevis (ECRB), and extensor carpi ulnaris (ECU) with the prone (P), semiprone (SP), and supine forearm (S) were studied in ten normal human subjects. Abduction (AB), extension (E), adduction (AD), and flexion (F) directions were(More)
In order to elucidate strict actions of the human wrist flexors, motion and force produced by electrical neuromuscular stimulation (ENS) to each of musculus (m.) flexsor carpi radialis (FCR) and m. flexsor carpi ulnaris (FCU) with the prone, semiprone, and supine forearm were studied in ten healthy human subjects. Abduction, extension, adduction, and(More)
PP was introduced because of bilateral alveolar consolidation, severe hypoxemia despite adequate level of PEEP (12±2). PP and SP were alternatively used by 4 hours periods with constant ventilatory settings. All patients were hemodynamically monitored (Swan-Ganz catheter). Patients were mean aged 59±19 with a SAPS at 12±3 and under mechanical ventilation(More)
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