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PI Micro helps to provide the tactile sensitivity clinicians need.
However, other studies have found inconclusive results concerning the relationship between tactile sensitivity and braille reading.
According to the study, other factors leading to larger brains in early mammals included greater tactile sensitivity and enhanced motor coordination.
The Encore(R) Orthopedic product, for example, provides extra protection through increased thickness; whilst the Encore(R) MicrOptic, offering exceptional high tactile sensitivity, is 20 percent thinner than the standard glove for higher tactile sensitivity.
Therefore, tactile sensitivity is essential to the reading process.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Disposable examination gloves made of soft latex, powder free highly elastic and tear resistant texturing of the finger area ensures optimum grip excellent fit and high tactile sensitivity With ASTM, ISO & C E approved Small or Medium or Large
Synergistics Innovation LLC introduces the Calculus Detection PRO, designed to enhance the development of the tactile sensitivity required to more accurately detect subgingival cementum and calculus textures.
Researchers reasoned that, if daily dependence on touch improves tactile sensitivity, then blind participants would outperform the sighted on all fingers, and blind Braille readers would show particular sensitivity on their reading fingers.
In response to the claim by many phlebotomists that wearing gloves decreases tactile sensation, thus reducing dexterity, OSHA cited a study conducted by the American Dental Hygienists Association, which noted the following: "Gynecologists, ophthalmologists, neurosurgeons, and other medical personnel who require a high degree of tactile sensitivity wear gloves when performing examinations as well as in surgical procedures.
Doyle added that, "Natural rubber latex is known to be the best material for both tactile sensitivity, strength and barrier protection, which are very important in a condom for user acceptance and maximum protection.
Natural rubber latex, hence Vytex NRL, is known to be the preferred condom material for tactile sensitivity, strength, and barrier properties.
A large-diameter grip maximizes clinician comfort and enhances tactile sensitivity, while a proprietary blend of stainless steel enhances durability.