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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for SPAIN.
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1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Kingdom of Spain. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Spanish bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Spain. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Spain. Each province and autonomous community has its own code, with provinces having the prefix "ES." For example, the code for the Province of Avila is ISO 3166-2:ES-AV.
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To investigate if deep brain stimulation increases dopamine, the researchers performed PET scans of patients with Parkinson's disease using a tracer for VMAT2.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation and other forms of therapeutic neuromodulation are welcome additions for managing treatment-resistant depression, OCD, and possibly other disorders.
The location of cingulum bundle stimulation is distinct from other brain locations that process reward, such as ventral striatum, which has been targeted for the treatment of depression and addiction.
The stimulation device provided by MED-EL (MED-EL AG[R]; Innsbruck, Austria) generated the electrical stimuli.
The potential difference between the active electrodes was kept fixed at 2 V and the stimulation frequency equal to 40 Hz (in the following these setting parameters will be referred to as "Reference"), as commonly used in chronic MCS therapy for neuropathic pain [5, 32]
During stimulation, the patients were seated in a reclining armchair with both hands pronated on a pillow.
This should be done over several training sessions during which stimulation is not used, as we ideally want the dog to disassociate the collar from stimulation.
Because cervical vagal nerves are accessible through surgical approaches, they are the prime target for neuromodulation with the hope that their stimulation will achieve therapeutic effects distant beyond the nerves stimulated.
Overall, 64% of patients at the top three stimuli levels reduced their pain level by at least half 2 hours after the treatment, compared with 26% of patients using the sham stimulation. Average reductions were 46% for the 200-microsecond stimulus, 48% for 150, and 39% for 100.
In this study, the subjects' EEG and HRV were measured to determine the physiological impact of color light stimulation and the changes that occur in terms of sleep induction depending on the color light stimulation (preferred and non-preferred colors).
When compared to STN stimulation, unilateral cZI stimulation with mean frequency of 150 Hz led to greater improvement in tremor control and overall Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale (UPDRS) motor scores.