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Transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation to treat patients with premature ejaculation: phase II clinical trial.

Uribe OL, Sandoval-Salinas C, Corredor HA, Martínez JM, Saffon JP

A phase II single-arm trial was conducted from June 2017 to October 2018 to evaluate the efficacy and safety of transcutaneous posterior tibial nerve stimulation (TPTNS) for premature ejaculation (PE) treatment. Twelve men with PE and no prior treatment were enrolled, one was withdrawn and 11 subjects provided data for...

PMID: 31551577

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Comparative assessment of efficacy and safety of different treatment for overactive bladder children: A systematic review and network meta-analysis.

Qiu S, Bi S, Lin T, Wu Z, Jiang Q, Geng J, Liu L, Bao Y, Tu X, He M, Yang L, Wei Q

To compare these managements focusing on the efficacy and safety to treat overactive bladder (OAB) in children through network meta-analysis (NMA).We searched PubMed, Embase, the Cochrane Library Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL) and the reference lists up to May 1st, 2017. Data from eligible randomized controlled trails (RCT) studies...

PMID: 31768318

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Treatment of childhood constipation: a synthesis of systematic reviews and meta-analyses.

Southwell BR

: Constipation occurs in many children and can become chronic. Many grow out of it but for one third, it continues into adulthood. For most patients, there is no identifiable organic disorder and it is classified as functional constipation.: In 2016, treatment of childhood constipation was extensively reviewed by Rome...

PMID: 32098515

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Electrical stimulation for treating pressure ulcers.

Arora M, Harvey LA, Glinsky JV, Nier L, Lavrencic L, Kifley A, Cameron ID

Pressure ulcers (also known as pressure sores, decubitus ulcers or bedsores) are localised injuries to the skin or underlying tissue, or both. Pressure ulcers are a disabling consequence of immobility. Electrical stimulation (ES) is widely used for the treatment of pressure ulcers. However, it is not clear whether ES is...

PMID: 31962369

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Adjuvant treatments associated with botulinum toxin injection for managing spasticity: An overview of the literature.

Picelli A, Santamato A, Chemello E, Cinone N, Cisari C, Gandolfi M, Ranieri M, Smania N, Baricich A

A wide range of adjunct therapies after botulinum toxin administration have been proposed. The aim of the present paper is to provide an overview of major writings dealing with adjuvant (non-pharmacological) treatments associated with botulinum toxin for managing spasticity in order to provide some up-to-date information about the usefulness of...

PMID: 30219307

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Exercise training for adults hospitalized with an acute respiratory condition: a systematic scoping review.

Rice H, Harrold M, Fowler R, Watson C, Waterer G, Hill K

In adults hospitalized with an acute or chronic respiratory condition, to determine what has been reported regarding exercise programmes in terms of content, tolerability, evaluation and adverse events. A systematic search was conducted of electronic databases (PubMed, EMBASE, CINAHL, PEDro, The Cochrane Library), trial registries and conference abstracts (Thoracic Society...

PMID: 31552759

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Evaluation of a nonsurgical, muscle-stimulating system to elevate soft tissues of the face and neck.

Taub AF

Non-invasive procedures for tissue tightening and elevation are new frontiers in dermasurgery. Current methods for achieving a “nonsurgical face-lift” include radiofrequency and infrared light devices which disrupt non-covalent collagen bonds and stimulate collagen production. This study evaluated a novel treatment protocol designed to achieve a nonsurgical face-lift with electrical stimulation...

PMID: 16703781

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Development of an intraoral device for facial muscle retraining and its clinical application.

Grisolía FM, Ferrary T

The aim of this work was to develop a facial neuromuscular retraining technique for cases of facial palsy, involving an easy-to use intraoral device that allows correcting abnormal neuromuscular patterns and improving esthetics. Facial palsy is a motor alteration of multiple origin that results in facial asymmetry. Treatment remains controversial...

PMID: 18046970

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Neuromuscular electrical stimulation of completely paralyzed abdominal muscles in spinal cord-injured patients: a pilot study.

Hascakova-Bartova R, Dinant JF, Parent A, Ventura M

Prospective placebo-controlled.The effect of abdominal neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) in patients with spinal cord injury. The principal parameters observed in this study are lung capacity, colonic transit, patient satisfaction of used method and of aesthetics effect on abdominal wall.Centre de Traumatologie et de Réadaptation, Brussels, Belgium.A total of 10 volunteers...

PMID: 18227852

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Effectiveness of Faradic and Russian currents on plantar flexor muscle spasticity, ankle motor recovery, and functional gait in stroke patients.

Ganesh GS, Kumari R, Pattnaik M, Mohanty P, Mishra C, Kaur P, Dakshinamoorthy A

Spasticity is a major disabling symptom in patients post stroke. Though studies have demonstrated that electrical stimulation (ES) can reduce spasticity and improve passive ankle range of motion (ROM), not many studies have evaluated the effectiveness of ES on active ankle ROM. The purpose of this study was to determine...

PMID: 29417699

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