Studien und Literatur

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    C. Bosco, M. Cardinale, R. Colli, J. Tihanyi,S.P. von Duvillard, A. Viru.The influence of Whole Body Vibration on the Mechanical Behavior of Skeletal Muscle. Correspondence Societa Stampa Sportiva
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  • Marianne Walter, Biomechanische Stimulation /BMS) und Ihre Anwendung in der Physiotherapie, Therapie und Praxis, offizelles Organ des VDB-Physiotherapieverband Nr. 6/97
    V.B. ISSURIN, G. TENENBAUM. Acute and residual effects of vibratory stimulation on explosive strength in elite and amateur athletes. Journal of Sports Sciences Volume 17, Number 3 / March 1, 1999
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    Anke Steins, M. Jünger Physical Therapy in Patiens with Chronic Venous insufficiency. Departement of Dermatology, University Hospital, Tübingen, Germany
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    Eric M. Darling and Kyriacos A. Athanasiou. Biomechanical Strategies for Articular Cartilage Regeneration. Annals of Biomedical Engineering Vol. 31, Number 9 October, 2003
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  • Jorn Rittweger, Marcus Mutschelknauss, and Dieter Felsenberg (2003). Acute changes in neuromuscular excitability after exhaustive whole body vibration exercise as compared to exhaustion by squatting exercise. Clinical Physiology & Function Im 23, p. 82
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  • M. Roelants, C. Delcluse, S. Verschueren (2003). Strength Increase after Whole-Body Vibration Compared with Resistance Training. Medicine & Science in Sports and Exercise, p. 1037
  • S. Torvinen, P. Kannus, H. Sievanen, T.A.-H. Jarvinen, M. Pasanen, S. Kontulainen, T. Jarvinen, M. Jarvinen, P. Oja, I. Vuori (April,2002). Effect of four-month vertical whole-body vibration on performance and balance. Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine. 1526
  • Rubin C. Pope M. Fritton JC, Magnusson M, Hansson T, McLeod K. Transmissibility of 15-hertz to 35-hertz vibrations to the human hip and lumbar spine : determining the physiologic feasibility of delivering low-level anabolic mechanical stimuli to skeletal regions at greatest risk of fracture because of osteoporosis. Spine. 2003 Dec.1;28(23):2621-7
  • H. Nakayama M. Shibuya, N. Kaneko, M. Yamada, H. Suzuki, M. Arakawa, I. Homma, (1998) : Benefit of in-phase chest wall vibration on the pulmonary hemodynamics in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Respirology 3:235-240
  • O. Bruyere, M.A. Wuidart, et al. (October 23-28, 2003) Presentation : Controlled whole body vibrations improve health related quality of life in elderly patients. Orlando FL: American College of Rheumatology: 203 meeting: Abstract 1271
  • Gilsanz V. Wren TA, Sanchez M. Dorey F, Judex S. Rubin C. Low-level, high-frequency mechanical signals enhance musculoskeletal development of young women with low BMD
    Rubin, C. Sommerfeldt, D. Judex, S & Qin, Y-X. (2001) Inhibition of Osteopenia by Low Magnitude, High Frequency Mechanical Stimuli. Drug Discovery Today 6:848-858
  • Murfee WL, Hammett LA, Evans C. Xie L. Squire M. Rubin C, Judex S. Skalak TC. High-frequency, low – magnitude vibratons suppress the number of blood vessels per muscle fiber in mouse soleus muscle. J. Appl Physiol. 2005 Jun; 98 (6): 2376-80. Epub 2005 Jan 27
  • H.J. Malleikat, O. Altmeyer, M. Bacharach-Buhles, Sklerodermie im Kindesalter: Diagnostik und Therapie. Vortrag anlässlich des 28. Kinderrheumatologischen Symposiums, Januar 2002, Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
  • Judex S. Zhong N, Squire ME, Ye K, Donahue LR, Hadjiargyrou M, Rubin CT. Mechanical modulation of molecular signals which regulate anabolic and catabolic activity in bone tissue. J. Cell Biochem, 2005 Apr. 1;94(5):982-94
  • Hannan MT. Cheng DM, Green E. Swift C, Rubin CT, Kiel DP. Establishing the compliance in elderly women for use of a low level mechanical stress device in a clinical osteoporosis study. Osteoporos Int. 2004 Nov. 15 (11): 918-26. Epub 2004 May 27
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    Ward K, Alsop C, Caulton J, Rubin C. Adams J. Mughal Z. Low magnitude mechanical loading is osteogenic in children with disabling conditions. J. Bone Miner Res. 2004 Mar;19(3):360-9. Epub 2004 Jan. 27
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  • Guillermo Garcia-Cardena, Jason Comander, Keith R. Anderson, Brett R. Blackman, and Michael A. Gimbrone Jr. Biomechanical activation of vascular endothelium as a determinant of its functional phenotype
  • Judex S, Boyd S. Qin YX, Turner S. Ye K, Muller R, Rubin C. Adaptations of trabecular bone to low magnitude vibrations result in more uniform stress and strain under load. Ann Biomed Eng. 2003 Jan. 31(1);12-20
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  • Rubin C, Xu G, Judex S. The anabolic activity of bone tissue, suppressed by disuse, is normalized by brief exposure to extremely low-magnitude mechanical stimuli, FASEB J. 2001;15(12):2225-9
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  • Griffin, Handbook of vibration
  • Schmidtbleicher, Neuromuskuläre Stimulation