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Corollary Equipment of Rehabilitation Training of Neurological Training

  • Wenru Zhao
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Abstract

Broadly speaking, at present, the definition of equipment is that machine and device can be used for a long time in industry or enterprise and the matter form and material goods are maintained in use. Equipment is the physical means to create wealth, is material and technological foundation of social production and is one of the marks of progress of modern productivity.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Wenru Zhao
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  1. 1.Neurological Training Rehabilitation, Research Room of Beijing DaxingDistrict Chinese and Western Medicine, Combined HospitalBeijingChina

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