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Fig. 3

From: Effect of tendon vibration during wide-pulse neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) on muscle force production in people with spinal cord injury (SCI)

Fig. 3

Torque-Time Integral (TTI; Nms) in STIM and STIM+Vib. TTI recorded in STIM and STIM+Vib conditions for positive and negative responders to tendon vibration. Significant increases of 59.2 ± 15.8% in TTI in STIM+Vib compared to STIM for positive responders to tendon vibration (p = 0.13) and decreases of − 31.3 ± 25.7% in STIM+Vib for negative responders to tendon vibration (p = 0.14) were observed, when using τtw,p at PRE for both conditions as a covariate (p = 0.02), however TTI was not statistically different between conditions. * Significantly different between positive and negative responders (p < 0.05)

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