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Recovery

The use of depreciation of assets to offset costs; or a new period of rising securities prices after a period of declining security values.

Recovery

1. Rising stock prices or GDP growth following a recession or period of declining growth. See also: Business cycle.

2. The use of depreciation or other deductions or tax credits to receive a refund for what one pays in taxes in a given year. Recovery must sometimes (though not always) be reported as taxable income for the next year.

recovery

1. The rising price of an asset. For example, following an extended decline in the price of precious metals, investor expectations of future inflation may generate recoveries in gold and silver prices.
2. Increased economic activity during a business cycle, resulting in growth in the gross domestic product.

recovery

see BUSINESS CYCLE.

recovery

a phase of the BUSINESS CYCLE characterized by an upturn in the level of economic activity (ACTUAL GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT). Real output and investment increase and UNEMPLOYMENT falls. A recovery in economic activity is usually dependent on there being an increase in AGGREGATE DEMAND, which may come about autonomously or be induced by expansionary FISCAL POLICY and MONETARY POLICY. See also DEMAND MANAGEMENT.

Recovery

The amount of a deduction or creditable expense paid in a previous year that is later refunded to the taxpayer. The recovered amount must usually be included in income in the year it is received, to the extent of the previous tax benefit.
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In order to compare the motor recovery in patients with stroke between RT and CT groups, nine of the selected studies used changes in F-M score, while one study used the Chedoke-McMaster measure for quantifying motor recovery [30]; this study has therefore been excluded from the following analyses.
Taub E, Uswatte G, Morris DM (2003): Improved motor recovery after stroke and massive cortical reorganization following Constraint-Induced Movement therapy.
Bilateral therapy is based on the idea that involvement of the unaffected upper limb facilitates learning the spatial and temporal parameters required for motor recovery of the affected limb [21].
In the research literature, this emphasis is reflected in the immense volume of publications focused on motor recovery and rehabilitation.
In a study conducted by De kock et al Motor recovery was not affected by addition of 50 [micro]g intrathecal clonidine.
Two previous clinical trials demonstrated significantly greater gains in motor recovery [4-8], as measured by proximal upper-limb Fugl-Meyer Assessment (FMA) of motor function [9] scores, at posttreatment in the RA training group than in the control group (CG).
Are caregiver attributes and motor recovery associated after acute stroke?
NASDAQ: NSTR), a medical device company developing therapies for the treatment of neurological diseases and disorders, today announced an updated timeline related to data analysis of its EVEREST pivotal trial for stroke motor recovery and its planned PMA submission.
For instance, a recent meta-analysis of past clinical trials in the literature concluded that acupuncture had no additional effect on motor recovery but did have a positive effect on disability [12].
Continued investments in the Company's clinical programs, including the EVEREST pivotal trial for stroke motor recovery (a), and development of the Renova(TM) Cortical Stimulation System, resulted in a net loss of $5.
The few published human studies that examined rate of motor recovery focused on functional rather than impairment measures.
NASDAQ: NSTR), a medical device company developing therapies for the treatment of neurological diseases and disorders, announced today that the last patient in the Company's EVEREST pivotal trial(a) for stroke motor recovery completed four week follow-up, the primary endpoint for the trial.