MMG

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AcronymDefinition
MMGMedico di Medicina Generale (Italian: Primary Care Practitioner)
MMGMacquarie Media Group
MMGMedium Machine Gun
MMGMechanomyography
MMGMobile Messaging Gateway
MMGMinistry Medical Group
MMGMaster of Management
MMGMeridian Management Group, Inc.
MMGMoney Maker Group (forum)
MMGMultimedia Management Group
MMGMateriel Maintenance Group
MMGMobile Marketing Group (various companies)
MMGDOD Master Mobilization Guide (US DoD)
MMGMan Made God (band)
MMGMotor - Motor Generator
MMGMail Marketing Group (UK)
MMGMoody Marketing Group
MMGMail Management Group, Inc. (San Diego, CA)
MMGMicrobiology & Molecular Genetics (various schools)
MMGMaybach Music Group (band)
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Mechanomyography sensor design and multisensor fusion for upperlimb prosthesis control [Master's thesis].
2008) Acute effects of static versus dynamic stretching on isometric peak torque, electromyography, and mechanomyography of the biceps femoris muscle.
Effect of static stretching of the biceps brachii on torque, electromyography, and mechanomyography during concentric isokinetic muscle actions.
Reliability of mechanomyography and triaxial accelerometry in the assessment of balance.
Mechanomyography (MMG) is a non-invasive technique for determining muscle contractile properties through the detection and analysis of the lateral displacement of a muscle's belly following maximal percutaneous neuromuscular stimulation (PNS)1,2 Although phase-lagged in time, the MMG waveform, depicting the rise and fall of the stimulated muscle's belly, is well correlated to the magnitude of muscle tension developed at least up to 70-80% of a maximal voluntary contraction (MVC).
Mechanomyography, perhaps the current gold standard, is cumbersome, requires a preload and fixation of the arm and is mainly used for research.
Bajaj P, Madeleine P, Sjogaard G, Arendt-Nielsen L (2002) Assessment of postexercise muscle soreness by electromyography and mechanomyography.
Development of muscle fatigue as assessed by electromyography and mechanomyography during continuous and intermittent low-force contractions: Effects of the feedback mode.
Basada en la experiencia personal de los autores y en la busqueda en PubMed de las siguientes expresiones: <<neuromuscular monitoring / neuromuscular block/degree o muscle relaxation / residual paralysis/adductor pollicis muscle / corrugator supercilii muscle / mechanomyography / acceleromyography / electromyography / fade / twitch stimulation / train of four TOF / train of four ratio / post-tetanic count (PTC) / tetanus / normalization of the TOF/TOF-watch / intubation / guidelines>>.
2) has adapted the technique for use with mechanomyography (MMG).
Effect of static stretching of the biceps brachii on torque, eletromyography and mechanomyography during concentric isokinetic muscle actions.
Functional assessment of pharynx at rest and during swallowing in partially paralyzed humans: simultaneous videomanometry and mechanomyography of awake human volunteers.