Theses - Life & Physical Sciences AIT
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Characterisation and toxicological evaluation of hydrogel-type polymeric biomatrials pre-and poststerilisation with a novel pulsed plasma gas-discharge system. (Athlone Institute of Technology, 2010)This study investigated the in vitro biocompatibility and important physicochemical properties of unique N-vinyl-2-pyrrolidone–acrylic acid based copolymer hydrogels intended for use in biomedical applications. Moreover, ...
An investigation into the effectiveness of latent myofascial trigger point dry needling on muscle activation patterns. (Athlone Institute of Technology, 2016-06)Background: Recent research on latent trigger points (LTrP) provides an opportunity to investigate the efficacy of trigger point (TrP) treatments without pain influencing results. One proposed negative outcome of LTrPs is ...