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Objective: To review the available literature pertaining to the recording and analysis of the joint crack/cavitation sound produced as a result of spinal manipulative therapy.

John W. Reggars

Australasian Chiropractic & Osteopathy 5 (3), 01 Nov 1996

A critical appraisal of the recording and analysis techniques is presented.

John W. Reggars

Australasian Chiropractic & Osteopathy 5 (3), 01 Nov 1996

Data Source: A broad based search of the English language literature was conducted utilising the databases Medline (1966-1996) and Chirolars (1800-1996), using the key words cavitation, noise, sound, audible release, crack/s/ing, vibration, sound recording, acoustic recording and accelerometers, coupled with the terms facet joint, spinal joint and apophyseal joint and chiropractic, osteopathic and spinal manipulation.

John W. Reggars

Australasian Chiropractic & Osteopathy 5 (3), 01 Nov 1996

Research to date has focused on recording the joint crack sounds via microphones or piezoelectric accelerometers both of which appear to have limited applications.

John W. Reggars

Australasian Chiropractic & Osteopathy 5 (3), 01 Nov 1996

Accordingly, we developed a new system for recording electrocardiograms (ECGs) in conscious mice without anesthesia or implants, and created Internet-accessible software for analyzing murine ECG signals.

Victor Chu et al.

BMC Physiology 1 (7), 25 Jun 2001

The advantages of the ECG recording and analyses paradigm we developed are clear, given the high cost of breeding, housing, and transporting mice, and the call for comprehensive yet widely available phenotyping tests [ 7 ].

Victor Chu et al.

BMC Physiology 1 (7), 25 Jun 2001

A representative ECG recording from an adult male C57BL/6 mouse is shown in Fig.

Victor Chu et al.

BMC Physiology 1 (7), 25 Jun 2001

Discussion This report describes the development of a system for non-invasively recording ECGs in conscious mice; neither attachment of wires, nor anesthesia, nor surgical implantation of devices is required.

Victor Chu et al.

BMC Physiology 1 (7), 25 Jun 2001

However, observations in quietly resting adult mice (n = 3), monitored 30 min after placement on the recording platform, of reduced heart rate (471 ± 20 bpm) and increased heart rate variability (53 ± 6 bpm) suggest that the results in neonates may be attributable to reduced sympathetic and parasympathetic signaling [ 15 ].

Victor Chu et al.

BMC Physiology 1 (7), 25 Jun 2001

Methods We have begun a video biopsy discontinuous recording pilot programme, also known as interval cinematography, in order to give our students pathological images to gather documentary evidence to follow their clinical cases.

José Ernesto Moro Rodríguez

Diagnostic Pathology 3 (Suppl 1), 15 Jul 2008

Conclusion Better follow-up studies of the cases can be achieved using Discontinuous video recording of biopsies.

José Ernesto Moro Rodríguez

Diagnostic Pathology 3 (Suppl 1), 15 Jul 2008

Materials and methods In this context, we have begun a video biopsy discontinuous recording pilot programme, also known as interval cinematography, in order to give our students pathological images to gather documentary evidence to follow their clinical cases.

José Ernesto Moro Rodríguez

Diagnostic Pathology 3 (Suppl 1), 15 Jul 2008

Together with microscopic assessment, the pathologist carries out a discontinuous video recording on the fields he considers to be the most interesting for the final diagnosis.

José Ernesto Moro Rodríguez

Diagnostic Pathology 3 (Suppl 1), 15 Jul 2008

To comprehensively assess the diagnostic, therapeutic and mechanistic implications of acupuncture point skin impedance, a device capable of reliably recording impedances from 100 kΩ to 50 MΩ at multiple APs over extended time periods is needed.

Agatha P. Colbert et al.

Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine : eCAM 5 (4), 01 Dec 2008

Two electrodes (the AMI and the ORI) were compared for reliability of recording over 30 min.

Agatha P. Colbert et al.

Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine : eCAM 5 (4), 01 Dec 2008

We conclude that our system is a suitable device upon which we can develop a fully automated multi-channel device capable of recording skin impedance at multiple APs simultaneously over 24 h.

Agatha P. Colbert et al.

Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine : eCAM 5 (4), 01 Dec 2008

To date, few electrodermal instruments have been proven to be accurate and reliable ( 5–8 ) and clinical usefulness of recording skin impedance at APs is far from proven.

Agatha P. Colbert et al.

Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine : eCAM 5 (4), 01 Dec 2008

These findings highlighted the need for an automated system capable of recording continuous impedance measurements at multiple AP and non-AP sites over extended time periods.

Agatha P. Colbert et al.

Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine : eCAM 5 (4), 01 Dec 2008

Another method of localization, described here, involves intra-operative recording of short-latency somatosensory evoked potentials to stimulation of the contralateral median nerve, from electrodes placed directly on central cortex.

T. Allison

The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 60 (2), 1987

Conclusion The simultaneous recording and analysis of NIRS and VEP signals in humans during visual stimulation with a b/w pattern at variable contrast, demonstrates a strong linear correlation between hemodynamic changes and evoked potential amplitude.

Luigi Rovati et al.

BioMedical Engineering OnLine 6 (7), 04 Jul 2007

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