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Facilitation

The process of providing a market for a security. Normally, this refers to bids and offers made for large blocks of securities, such as those traded by institutions. Listed options may be used to offset part of the risk assumed by the trader who is facilitating the large block order. See also: Hedge ratio.
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Facilitation

The act of providing or preserving the liquidity of a market. For example, market makers facilitate markets when they trade on their own accounts to try to preserve an equilibrium of supply and demand.
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(18) analyzed lactate levels after the application of 10 reps of the PNF method.
Concerning the immediate effect of stretching with PNF, that is, the difference between the pre and post-stretching measurements of the same session, group 1A increased an average of 4.6 degrees between the beginning and the end of the session; group 3A increased 5.8 degrees, while group 6A immediately increased an average of 4.5 degrees.
All odd-numbered patients were placed in group I and were treated with PNF technique of physical Therapy.
Out of which most of accessory maxillary ostia 70% were found in the anterior nasal fontanelle (ANF), 25% were found in posterior nasal fontanelle (PNF), and remaining 5% observed in hiatus semilunaris (HS).
The logistic regression model was used to describe the association between seven study groups differentiated by ranges of ASTi and the incidence of PNF. The patient group with ASTi <1,000 was used as a reference group.
The stretching protocol for the PNF method was performed using the technique Scientific Stretching for Sports (SSS).
Therefore, the aim of the present study was to investigate the acute effects of static and PNF stretching on the flexibility of the hip adductors in female ballet dancers.
Most of these BMIs incorporated a PFI with PNF. Some studies evaluated one or more PFI/PNF interventions delivered alone, without the benefit of a trained intervention facilitator.
The PNF was given in each hospital by a physical therapist skilled in the procedures.