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  1. Review

    Comparison of two normative paediatric gait databases

    The availability of age-matched normative data is an essential component of clinical gait analyses. Comparison of normative gait databases is difficult due to the high-dimensionality and temporal nature of the...

    Victoria L Chester, Maureen Tingley and Edmund N Biden

    Dynamic Medicine 2007 6:8

    Published on: 17 July 2007

  2. Research

    Management of intestinal failure in Europe. A questionnaire based study on the incidence and management

    Intestinal failure is the outcome of a number of gastrointestinal diseases and characterized by significant reduction in functional gut mass. If not resolved patients often face long-term nutritional support. ...

    Michael Staun, Xavier Hebuterne, Jon Shaffer, Kent V Haderslev, Frederico Bozzetti, Marek Pertkiewicz, Ann Micklewright, Jose Moreno, Paul Thul and Loris Pironi

    Dynamic Medicine 2007 6:7

    Published on: 4 July 2007

  3. Research

    Functioning in individuals with chronic fatigue syndrome: increased impairment with co-occurring multiple chemical sensitivity and fibromyalgia

    Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS), and fibromyalgia (FM) commonly co-occur. Some propose that CFS, MCS, and FM are manifestations of the same illness based on high rates of co...

    Molly M Brown and Leonard A Jason

    Dynamic Medicine 2007 6:6

    Published on: 31 May 2007

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Dynamic Medicine 2007 6:9

  4. Research

    Exercise-induced blood flow in relation to muscle relaxation period

    Dynamic exercise is characterized by relaxation periods between contractions. The relaxation period should be considered as a causal factor for determining the magnitude of blood flow during dynamic exercise. ...

    Fumiko Ohmori, Shizuyo Shimizu and Atsuko Kagaya

    Dynamic Medicine 2007 6:5

    Published on: 9 May 2007

  5. Research

    The influence of obesity on calf blood flow and vascular reactivity in older adults

    To determine whether differences in vascular reactivity existed among normal weight, overweight, and obese older men and women, and to examine the association between abdominal fat distribution and vascular re...

    Luke S Acree, Philip C Comp, Thomas L Whitsett, Polly S Montgomery, Kevin J Nickel, Anette S Fjeldstad, Cecilie Fjeldstad and Andrew W Gardner

    Dynamic Medicine 2007 6:4

    Published on: 26 March 2007

  6. Research

    Influence of venous emptying on the reactive hyperemic blood flow response

    Previous research indicates that venous emptying serves as a stimulus for vasodilation in the human forearm. This suggests the importance of recognizing the potential influence of venous volume on reactive hyp...

    Zeki Bahadir, Eric Tisdell, Arturo A Arce Esquivel, Devon A Dobrosielski and Michael A Welsch

    Dynamic Medicine 2007 6:3

    Published on: 14 March 2007

  7. Research

    Oxygen cost of dynamic or isometric exercise relative to recruited muscle mass

    Oxygen cost of different muscle actions may be influenced by different recruitment and rate coding strategies. The purpose of this study was to account for these strategies by comparing the oxygen cost of dyna...

    Christopher P Elder, Edward T Mahoney, Christopher D Black, Jill M Slade and Gary A Dudley

    Dynamic Medicine 2006 5:9

    Published on: 11 September 2006

  8. Research

    Regional muscle oxygenation differences in vastus lateralis during different modes of incremental exercise

    Near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) is used to assess muscle oxygenation (MO) within skeletal muscle at rest and during aerobic exercise. Previous investigations have used a single probe placement to measure MO ...

    Michael D Kennedy, Mark J Haykowsky, Carol A Boliek, Ben TA Esch, Jessica M Scott and Darren ER Warburton

    Dynamic Medicine 2006 5:8

    Published on: 3 July 2006

  9. Research

    Shoulder muscle EMG activity during push up variations on and off a Swiss ball

    Surface instability is a common addition to traditional rehabilitation and strength exercises with the aim of increasing muscle activity, increasing exercise difficulty and improving joint proprioception. The ...

    Gregory J Lehman, Brandon MacMillan, Ian MacIntyre, Michael Chivers and Mark Fluter

    Dynamic Medicine 2006 5:7

    Published on: 9 June 2006

  10. Research

    Sex differences in the rate of fatigue development and recovery

    Many musculoskeltal injuries in the workplace have been attributed to the repetitive loading of muscle and soft tissues. It is not disputed that muscular fatigue is a risk factor for musculoskeltal injury, how...

    WJ Albert, AT Wrigley, RB McLean and GG Sleivert

    Dynamic Medicine 2006 5:2

    Published on: 16 January 2006

  11. Research

    Free Mg2+ concentration in the calf muscle of glycogen phosphorylase and phosphofructokinase deficiency patients assessed in different metabolic conditions by 31P MRS

    The increase in cytosolic free Mg2+ occurring during exercise and initial recovery in human skeletal muscle is matched by a decrease in cytosolic pH as shown by in vivo phosphorus magnetic resonance spectroscopy ...

    Emil Malucelli, Raffaele Lodi, Andrea Martinuzzi, Caterina Tonon, Bruno Barbiroli and Stefano Iotti

    Dynamic Medicine 2005 4:7

    Published on: 6 June 2005

  12. Commentary

    Paramagnetic artifact and safety criteria for human brain mapping

    Biological effects of magnetic field and their safety criteria, especially effects of gradient magnetic field on the cerebral and pulmonary circulation during functional brain mapping are still unclear. Here w...

    Akitoshi Seiyama, Junji Seki, Mari Iwamoto and Toshio Yanagida

    Dynamic Medicine 2005 4:5

    Published on: 7 May 2005

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