Interrupted direct current, galvanic tetanic ratio, nerve conduction test, nerve distribution test, faradic galvanic test, myotonic reaction, Chronaxie, Rheobase. REACTION OF REGENERATION TEST F-G TEST Faradic response- innervated muscles Galvanic response- innervated /denervated. Diagnosis Faradic Galvanic Test Measurement of Rheobase and Chronaxie Strength Duration Curve Nerve Conduction Velocity.
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Abstract This chapter discusses diagnostic electrotherapy, where electrical currents can be used for diagnostic purposes. Teat comment Close comment form modal. You could not be signed in.
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Interrupted direct current is used to perform various electrodiagnostic tests, such as rheobase, chronaxie, strength duration curve, pulse ratio, galvanic tetanic ratio, nerve conduction test, nerve distribution test, faradic galvanic test, myotonic reaction, reaction of degeneration, etc.
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Rheobase is the smallest amount of current required to produce a muscle contraction with a stimulus of infinite duration. Related articles in PubMed Randomization procedures testt multicomponent behavioral intervention factorial trials in the multiphase optimization strategy framework: We are here to help you.
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