2015
DOI: 10.1016/j.rbr.2014.08.003 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The swimming exercise with overload has not been effective in promoting improvement in muscle grip strength after compression injury of the right median nerve in control and in obese-MSG rats.

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“…The evaluations were used to observe the evolution of the lesion and the form of treatment used. In each evaluation, the test was repeated three times and the mean value of the repetitions was used ( Coradinia et al, 2015 ). Other evaluations were carried out during the experiment: 2nd EV, 3rd PO, pretreatment; 3rd EV, 3rd PO, post treatment; 4th EV, 7th PO, post treatment; 5th EV, 8th PO, pretreatment; 6th EV, 14th PO, after treatment; 7th EV, 21st PO, posttreatment; 8th EV, 22nd PO, euthanasia of the animals and collection of the muscles.…”
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“…The evaluations were used to observe the evolution of the lesion and the form of treatment used. In each evaluation, the test was repeated three times and the mean value of the repetitions was used ( Coradinia et al, 2015 ). Other evaluations were carried out during the experiment: 2nd EV, 3rd PO, pretreatment; 3rd EV, 3rd PO, post treatment; 4th EV, 7th PO, post treatment; 5th EV, 8th PO, pretreatment; 6th EV, 14th PO, after treatment; 7th EV, 21st PO, posttreatment; 8th EV, 22nd PO, euthanasia of the animals and collection of the muscles.…”
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“…However, other studies have demonstrated delays in functional recovery from this type of exercise 8 or no effect on muscle strength, 10 and because of the slow regeneration process, problems such as inadequate nerve reinsertion and nerve function inefficiency are possible, impacting directly the final result. 1 This denotes the need for research about the effect of physical exercise on nerve repair and its association with auxiliary procedural substances.…”
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