The 8 references with contexts in paper M. Kiselev G., E. Labun I., P. Liutsko S., М. Киселев Г., Е. Лабунь И., П. Люцко С. (2017) “ВЛИЯНИЕ ДОПОЛНИТЕЛЬНОГО ВИБРАЦИОННОГО ВОЗДЕЙСТВИЯ НА ЭФФЕКТИВНОСТЬ ПРОВЕДЕНИЯ ПРОЦЕДУРЫ ЭЛЕКТРОСТИМУЛЯЦИИ // INFLUENCE OF ADDITIONAL VIBRATION IMPACT ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ELECTRICAL STIMULATION PROCEDURE” / spz:neicon:pimi:y:2017:i:2:p:188-194

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    during injection in cosmetology, dermatology and treatment [2, 3, 4], pediatrics [5] suggest that that this type of analgesia significantly reduces subjective patients pain. The mechanism of analgesia is due to vibration according to the «pain gate control» theory [6, 7].

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    , pediatrics [5] suggest that that this type of analgesia significantly reduces subjective patients pain. The mechanism of analgesia is due to vibration according to the «pain gate control» theory [6, 7].

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    , pediatrics [5] suggest that that this type of analgesia significantly reduces subjective patients pain. The mechanism of analgesia is due to vibration according to the «pain gate control» theory [6, 7].

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    suggest that that this type of analgesia significantly reduces subjective patients pain. The mechanism of analgesia is due to vibration according to the «pain gate control» theory [6, 7]. Thus, there is a monitoring mechanism of the level of pain that can be control by means of vibration exposure.

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    . Thus, there is a monitoring mechanism of the level of pain that can be control by means of vibration exposure. Figure 1 – Simplified diagram that explaining the theory synapse «gate»: a – painful sensations; b – pain sensations + sensory sensations An interesting present study of the possibility of combining the use of electrical stimulation and vibration massage in order to

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    . Thus, there is a monitoring mechanism of the level of pain that can be control by means of vibration exposure. Figure 1 – Simplified diagram that explaining the theory synapse «gate»: a – painful sensations; b – pain sensations + sensory sensations An interesting present study of the possibility of combining the use of electrical stimulation and vibration massage in order to

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Kiselev M.G., Labun E.I. [Experimental technique for assessing the analgesic effect of complex effects of electrostimulation and shock-friction massage and recording of mechanical modulation of impulse currents]. Devices and measurement methods, 2012, no. 2(5), pp. 95–99
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    In particular, the conditions for the experiments, the optimal value was 150–200 m N-1 , which, with eight blades, each 80 mm long, it corresponds to the frequency interrupt circuit equal to 20–30 Hz. This is consistent with the literature
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    for optimum use of frequency bands for electrical and vibratory stimulation. In addition, changes in the departure of the blades with up to 80mm larger or smaller values, the alternation of their number, the size, the use of blade material with different elastic properties allow purposefully change the conditions of the process of biomechanical effects.