fatigued


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A comparison across patients using various RRTs revealed that patients on PD were the most fatigued and the least active compared to patients on HD and patients who received a kidney transplant (Bonner et al.
Aoki, "Noncontact monitoring of surface-wave nonlinearity for predicting the remaining life of fatigued steels," Journal of Applied Physics, vol.
The daily distribution when queried: 42(50%) patients stated that they become fatigued in the afternoon, 14 (16.
Unfatigued and fatigued joint kinematics and kinetics were compared between groups and sexes with multivariate analyses of variance, followed by pairwise t-tests as appropriate.
However, the available literature in the field of obstacle crossing under fatigued state is very limited.
Maximum voluntary activation in nonfatigued and fatigued muscle of young and elderly individuals.
The participants had been fatigued an average of > 17 years and had been to an average of over 15 practitioners without resolution of their fatigue.
Disappointingly, MTR and DTI were not able to differentiate fatigued from non-fatigued MS patients (30) indicating that the amount of damaged fibres as well as the extent and severity of normal appearing brain tissue (NABT) pathology are not contributing to fatigue.
The 16 participants rode a stationary bicycle to exhaustion under two conditions: once when they were mentally fatigued and once when they were mentally rested.
Supervisors need to consider what time of day to schedule the most difficult maintenance tasks, especially if workers already are fatigued from long hours, sleep deprivation, shifts, or jet lag.