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EMG amplitude and frequency parameters of muscular activity: Effect of resistance training based on electromyographic fatigue threshold
(Elsevier B.V., 2009-04-01)
The present study aimed to evaluate the effect of a resistance training program based on the electromyographic fatigue threshold (EMG(FT), defined is the highest exercise intensity performed without EMG alterations), on ...
UTILITY OF ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC FATIGUE THRESHOLD DURING TREADMILL RUNNING
Introduction: We investigated 2 different methods for determining muscle fatigue threshold by electromyography (EMG).Methods: Thirteen subjects completed an incremental treadmill running protocol for EMG fatigue threshold ...
Efecto de la deprogramación neuromuscular con tórulas de algodón sobre la actividad electromiográfica de los músculos digástrico y esternocleidomastoídeo
(Universidad de Talca (Chile). Escuela de Odontología., 2016)
Analysis of various conditions in order to measure electromyography of isometric contractions in water and on air
(Elsevier B.V., 2010-10-01)
The aim of this study was to verify if there are differences in the amplitude of signals from surface electromyography (EMG) during maximal and submaximal voluntary isometric contraction (MVC and 50% MVC, respectively) ...
EMG, bite force, and elongation of the masseter muscle under isometric voluntary contractions and variations of vertical dimension
The relation between EMG activity, bite force, and muscular elongation was studied in eight subjects with complete natural dentition during isometric contractions of the masseter muscle, measured from 7 mm to almost maximum ...
Intercostal nerve mononeuropathy: study of 14 cases
(Academia Brasileira de Neurologia (ABNEURO), 2005-09-01)
Este trabalho apresenta estudo retrospectivo de 14 pacientes com mononeuropatia de nervo intercostal (MNI), obtidos dentre 5.560 exames eletromiográficos, realizados de janeiro de 1991 até junho de 2004, em nosso Hospital ...
Recognition of Movements Through Dynamic Electromyographic Signals
(ESRSA Publications, 2016-02)
The recognition of movements through electromyographic (EMG) signals is critical for myoelectric control systems. Performance of these systems depend on processing methods and protocols used to extract the EMG signals. The ...