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ESMEngine Shop Manual
ESMEnvironmental Science and Management (various schools)
ESMEngineering Science and Mechanics
ESMEuropean Stability Mechanism (funding; EU)
ESMElectronics Supply & Manufacturing
ESMElectronic Supplementary Material (publishing)
ESMEastman School of Music
ESMEnterprise Security Manager
ESMEffective Supervisory Management (training program)
ESMEnterprise Security Management
ESMEuropean School of Management
ESMEthosuximide (drug)
ESMEndpoint Security Manager (software)
ESMElectronic Support Measures
ESMEastport-South Manor (New York)
ESMEndpoint Security Management (software)
ESMÉcole Supérieure des Métiers (French trade school)
ESMEnvironmentally Sound Management
ESMEast Syracuse-Minoa (New York)
ESMEnterprise Systems Management
ESMExternal Security Manager
ESMEmbedded Syslog Manager
ESMElectronic Storage Media
ESMEnhanced Simplex
ESMEndpoint Security Management
ESMElectronic Software Marketing
ESMEuropean Satellite Multimedia
ESMEuropay Security Module
ESMEuropean Simulation Multiconference
ESMEPS Session Management (wireless communication protocol)
ESMEquivalent System Mass
ESMEnvironmental and Social Management (action plan; various organizations)
ESMEngineering Systems Management (various schools)
ESMEcole Spéciale Militaire (French: Military Special School)
ESMEmergency Services Medal (Australia)
ESMEnd System Multicast (peercasting)
ESMEMC Support Matrix (computing)
ESMEthernet Switching Module
ESMElectronic Warfare Support Measures
ESMExchange System Management (software)
ESMEducation Sales Management
ESMEntente Sportive Maritime (French sports club)
ESMEquine Sports Massage
ESMElectronic Surveillance Measures
ESMEnterprise Spend Management
ESMErector Spinae Muscle
ESMExponential Smoothing Model
ESMEnhanced Service Management
ESMEntente Saône Mamirolle (French handball club)
ESMEvent Service Manager
ESMEthernet Service Module
ESMEmerging Stock Markets
ESMEpiscopal School for Ministry (St. Louis, MO)
ESMEnergy Savings Management
ESMÉcole Supérieure Montsouris (French: Montsouris Graduate School)
ESMEducational Studies in Mathematics
ESMEssential Safety Measure (Australia)
ESMEmployee Services Management Association
ESMEastern Surf Magazine
ESMExecutive Strategy Manager (software)
ESMEmmanuel School of Mission (various locations)
ESMEspérance Sportive de Montilliers (French sports club)
ESMÉcole Supérieure de la Métrologie (French: Graduate School of Metrology)
ESMEmergency Scene Management (first aid)
ESMEnhanced Session Management
ESMEntente Sportive Montgeronnaise (French sports club)
ESMExternal Storage Module
ESMEngadin Ski Marathon (Switzerland)
ESMEnergy Savings Measure
ESMEnergy Saving Material
ESMÉcole de Sauvetage Côtier Méditerranéenne (French: Mediterranean Coastal Rescue School)
ESMEuropean Society for Microcirculation
ESMEntente Sportive Marguerittoise (French sports club)
ESMEssex, Montana (Amtrak code)
ESMExtra Strong Mint
ESMExperience-Sampling Methodology
ESMErie Street Market (Toledo, OH)
ESMEmployer Sponsored Migration (various locations)
ESMEffective Staff Management (various organizations)
ESMEssential Station Messing
ESMEjection Systolic Murmur
ESMElectronics Support Module
ESMEntente Sportive Moncéenne (French sports club)
ESMEnvironmental Service Module
ESMExperiment Support Module
ESMElectronic Specialty Material (Air Products)
ESMEnhanced Services Manager (Lucent)
ESMEasyShopMaker (e-commer software)
ESMEmergency Signaling Mirror
ESMElectronic Structure of Materials
ESMEfficient Second-order Minimization
ESMEuropean School, Munich
ESMEW Support Measures
ESMEngineering Service Memorandum (US DoD)
ESMEmbedded Server Manager (Dell)
ESMExchange Store Manager (Quest software)
ESMError Service Message
ESMElectronic System Management
ESMEcho State Machine
ESMEngine Starter Motor
ESMEnvironmental Social Movement
ESMEnd Switch Module (Telabs)
ESMElliptical Scattering Model
ESMExchange Service Manual
ESMEntente Sportive Mélorienne (French sports club)
ESMEmission Sensing Monitor
ESMEmbassy Student Ministries (Oshawa, ON, Canada)
ESMEnterprise Security Monitor
ESMEndoscopic Sewing Machine (medical)
ESMEarth Savers Movement (Philippines)
ESMEnd Stage Module (DSC)
ESMEsperanto Society of Michigan (Beverly Hills, MI)
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Yellow arrows show the catheter placed under the erector spinae muscle. After 3 ml of air was injected through the catheter, it appeared hyperechoic under ultrasound imaging.
Whilst a number of studies have focused on lumbar posture during lifting, few have investigated the effects that lumbar posture has on bending moments and erector spinae muscle activation during lowering.
Caption: FIGURE 1: Ultrasound image showing subcutis, trapezius muscle, erector spinae muscle, transverse process of T7 (TP), needle path (in red), and spread of local anesthetic (LA).
This situation happens when one individual performs forward flexion; the weight of abdominal area and the load affects the lumbar spinae, which is adjusted by trunk muscles (predominately by erector spinae muscles) [6].
Reliability difference between spectral and entropic measures of erector spinae muscle fatigability.
Then the ultrasound transducer was positioned perpendicular to the skin transversely in the midline of the back, allowing visualisation of the spinous process of L4 and the erector spinae muscle. The transducer was then slowly moved laterally toward the operative side to obtain clear images of the psoas and quadratum lumborum muscles and the articular and transverse processes.
In other words, both Beginners and Experts displayed robust abdominal and erector spinae muscle activation responses during every trial.
Analysis of the simple effects of this interaction revealed that when the applied load was symmetric to the midsagittal plane, the peak NEMG of the left erector spinae muscle was, on average, 37.8% of maximal voluntary contraction (MVC) with the lifting belt and 34.9% MVC without the belt, F(1, 18) = 4.18, p [less than] .055.
The electrical pain threshold of the LF (3.02[+ or -] 1.92 mA) was shown to be considerably lower than that of the erector spinae muscle (8.54 [+ or -] 5.57).
Surface EMG (Noraxon Telemyo 2400T V2, Scottsdale, AZ) was recorded from the upper (UES) and lower (LES) part of the erector spinae muscle, upper (URA) and lower (LRA) part of the rectus abdominis muscle, and from the splenius muscle (SPL) of a randomized side of the body.
During the "unfamiliar" and "familiar" conditions, surface electromyographical activity (EMG) of the middle trapezius, biceps brachii, erector spinae muscle groups were recorded continuously at a sampling frequency of 1000/sec using a Biometrics [R] Ltd DataLog, and expressed as a percentage of maximal voluntary contraction (MVC).