Neuromuscular propagation after fatiguing contractions of the paralyzed soleus muscle in humans.

@article{Shields1998NeuromuscularPA,
  title={Neuromuscular propagation after fatiguing contractions of the paralyzed soleus muscle in humans.},
  author={Richard K Shields and Y. J. Chang and M. Ross},
  journal={Muscle & nerve},
  year={1998},
  volume={21 6},
  pages={
          776-87
        }
}
We analyzed the M wave and torque after repetitive activation and recovery of the human soleus muscle in individuals with spinal cord injury. Fifteen individuals with complete paralysis had the tibial nerve activated for 330 ms every second with a 20-Hz train. The M wave and torque were analyzed before fatigue, immediately after fatigue, and during recovery. The torque and three M-wave measurements (amplitude, duration, median frequency) changed significantly after fatigue in the chronic group… CONTINUE READING

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