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It is a 3-in-1 reference ebook. It supplies an entire scientific dictionary overlaying 1000's of phrases and expressions when it comes to reflexology. It additionally supplies broad lists of bibliographic citations. ultimately, it offers info to clients on tips on how to replace their wisdom utilizing numerous net assets. The ebook is designed for physicians, scientific scholars getting ready for Board examinations, clinical researchers, and Read more...

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G. treatments or diagnostic procedures). 5 Patents, therefore, are intellectual property. For the United States, the term of a new patent is 20 years from the date when the patent application was filed. If the inventor wishes to receive economic benefits, it is likely that the invention will become commercially available within 20 years of the initial filing. It is important to understand, therefore, that an inventor’s patent does not indicate that a product or service is or will be commercially available.

To accurately reflect the results that you might find while conducting research on reflexology, we have not necessarily excluded nonmedical dissertations in this bibliography. com/dissertations. From this archive, we have compiled the following list covering dissertations devoted to reflexology. You will see that the information provided includes the dissertation’s title, its author, and the institution with which the author is associated. com/dissertations/fullcit/1412110 Keeping Current Ask the medical librarian at your library if it has full and unlimited access to the ProQuest Digital Dissertations database.

Patients may themselves stimulate these zones through simple finger pressure or stimulation with a device. Zone stimulation has been found to be remarkable in its effectiveness for the relief of pain or treatment of disease. S. 6 Applications are patent requests which have yet to be granted. ; 1827 Powers Ferry Road; Building 3, Suite 200,; Atlanta; GA; 30339; US Patent Application Number: 20020151930 Date filed: April 10, 2002 Abstract: An acupressure and reflexology clamping apparatus wherein a variety of interchangeable pressure delivery tips enables selection thereof for a variety of applications and body points and a centrally positioned ratcheting hub enables fine incremental adjustment of pressure settings, reproducible selection of such settings and consistent delivery thereof, thereby delivering incrementally variable quantities of pressure to specific body locations and maximizing the effective relief experienced at each such location.

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