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Maik Hartwig
Hand function training
to improve the hand's fine motor skills

Hand dysfunction is counted among the most common consequences of acquired brain damage (e.g. stroke), but it can also be the outcome of various other diseases....
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EUR 5,80 | paperback | 20 pages | ISBN 978-3-936817-95-9

 

  


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Maik Hartwig
Hand oedema program
to relieve your hand

Oedema of the hand can develop either as an individual symptom of upper-extremity hemiplegia or as a component of the shoulder-hand syndrome...
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EUR 5,80 | paperback | 24 pages | ISBN 978-3-936817-98-0

 

  


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Maik Hartwig
Facial function exercises
hand - mouth - tongue

A facial paresis always affects the organic, functional and mental level of our body...
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EUR 7,80 | paperback | 32 pages | ISBN 978-3-936817-51-5

 

  


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Maik Hartwig
Cork program
to improve fine motor skills 

Functional hand disorders are counted among the most common consequences of acquired brain damage. In everyday life, impairments of fine motor skills mainly occur during activities such as gripping, manipulating and transporting objects....>> continue...


EUR 7,80 | paperback | 48 pages | ISBN 978-3-936817-96-6

 

  


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Maik Hartwig
Hemiplegia program
Shoulder - arm - trunk

Paralysis of the arm is counted among the most common consequences of brain damage, e.g. a stroke...>> continue...


EUR 7,80 | paperback | 32 pages | ISBN 978-3-936817-97-3

 

  


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Maik Hartwig
Mobilizing a spastic hand
A manual for caregivers and therapists 

Spasticity is a functional disorder, which is commonly observed as a consequence of stroke or other neurological damages. Often, paresis and hypertension are associated with spasticity and lead to inactivity of the affected muscles....>> continue...

 

EUR 5,80 | paperback | 28 pages | ISBN 978-3-936817-99-7

 

  

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A. O. Rossetti
EEG pearls and pitfalls

EEG interpretation remains an art as well as a science, grounded in not just knowledge of electronics and neurophysiology, but also in the ability to recognize patterns that consist of both visual and clinical data. This collection is not intended to be encyclopedic, but rather practical, highlighting the clinical role of EEG interpretation, and the need to consider and rule out artifacts of various types EEG interpretation is best learned in the context of real cases. continue... 

EUR 29,90 | 2008 | paperback| 176 pages| ISBN 978-3-936817-39-3

  


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D. Zumsteg / H. Hungerbühler / H.-G. Wieser
Atlas of Adult Electroencephalography

This atlas presents an extensive selection of the most relevant normal, abnormal, and artifactual electroencephalographic (EEG) patterns of the adult. Unlike most such books, the abnormal EEG patterns are categorized here. continue...

EUR 39,90 | 2004 | hardcover | 178 p. | 70 Abb. | 235 fig. | with interactive CD-ROM | ISBN 978-3-936817-15-7 (ISBN 10: 3-936817-15-4)

  
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