Cardiff Metropolitan Research Repository (DSpace)
Cardiff Metropolitan's Research Repository provides access to all of the University’s research and other scholarly output. We facilitate open access to research by providing a place for everyone to discover and access knowledge.
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Feasibility and effects of intra-dialytic low-frequency electrical muscle stimulation and cycle training: A pilot randomized controlled trial (PLoS, 2018-07-11)Background and objectives: Exercise capacity is reduced in chronic kidney failure (CKF). Intra-dialytic cycling is beneficial, but comorbidity and fatigue can prevent this type of training. Low–frequency electrical muscle ...
(Taylor & Francis, 2019-04-16)Those who have the greatest need for excellent design are often the most vulnerable in society. These people may find it difficult or impossible to articulate their design requirements due to physical, sensory or memory ...
Sport and exercise medicine consultants are reliable in assessing tendon neovascularity using ultrasound Doppler (BMJ Publishing Group, 2018-02-07)Objective: Several lower limb tendinopathy treatment modalities involve identification of pathological paratendinous or intratendinous neovascularisation to target proposed co-location of painful neoneuralisation. The ...
A comparative study of Islamic and conventional banks’ risk management practices: empirical evidence from Pakistan (Wiley, 2017-06-20)While conventional bank risk management practices are well documented in the literature, there is limited research devoted at comparing the risk management practices of Islamic and conventional banks and how the recent ...
(Wiley, 2018-04-03)The i‐gelTM is a supraglottic airway with a gel‐like thermoplastic cuff. It has been suggested that the seal around the larynx improves following insertion. Perhaps the most intuitive hypothesis proposed for this is that ...
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