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www.maryland.va.gov/​publications/​newsreleases/​2011/​03-03-11_strokestudy.asp
Authority to develop the study s first round that took place in Florence, Italy, further developed the model to include treadmill work to test
www.amputation.research.va.gov...osthesis_effects_on_heat_transfer.asp
limb as well as compromising the fit of the prosthesis. The objective of this study is to define the heat characteristics at the skin/socket interface
www.maryland.va.gov/​features/​stroke_robotics_wins_abell_innovation_award.asp
Stroke Robotics Wins Abell Innovation Award Researchers use robotics studies to learn brain wave patterns of people walking on a treadmill and
www.cfm.va.gov/​til/​equip/​equip111.xlsx
Contents VA PG-18-5 Department of Veterans Affairs POLYTRAUMA REHABILITATION CENTER (PRC) (111) FY 2018 Qtr 2 (02-02-2018) Report Generated:
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echocardiograms. All types of stress testing including treadmill exercise, adenosine, dypridamole and dobutamine stress are done routinely. Both
www.northtexas.va.gov/​services/​nucmed.asp
Endocrine Imaging (Examples: Thyroid Scan, Parathyroid Localization Study) Tumor or Tissue Localization (Examples: Octreoscan, Thyroid Cancer
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Clinic 1 st Floor, Mod A Ext. 4263 · 8 th Floor Cardiology: Outpatient Clinic, Echocardiography, Arrhythmia/Device Clinic, Treadmill Stress Testing.
www.aptcenter.research.va.gov/​facilities/​motion-study-lab
Motion Study Laboratory Advanced Platform Technology Center Motion Study Laboratory Located at LSCVAMC The Motion Study Laboratory (MSL) under
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by Christopher Pacheco) The study results appeared online May 31 in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. The study was funded by
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Rehabilitation. (Photo by Adam Hernandez) Exercising on a treadmill may prevent blindness—at least in mice. That's the upshot of a lab study