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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : OS / occlusal splint

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Abbreviation:   OS  (>> Co-occurring Abbreviation)
Long Form:   occlusal splint
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No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2020 Vibratory splint therapy for decreasing sleep clenching: A pilot study. ANCOVA, SC, VibS
2019 Comparison of kinesio taping and occlusal splint in the management of myofascial pain in patients with sleep bruxism. KT, SB, VAS
2019 Effects of low-power laser auriculotherapy on the physical and emotional aspects in patients with temporomandibular disorders: A blind, randomized, controlled clinical trial. CONSORT, LA, TMDs
2019 Effects of occlusal splints on shoulder strength and activation. EMG, PS, TMJ
2019 Short-term effectiveness of conservative therapies in pain, quality of life, and sleep in patients with temporomandibular disorders: A randomized clinical trial. MT, OSC, pain
2018 Effects of Dental Occlusion on Body Sway, Upper Body Muscle Activity and Shooting Performance in Pistol Shooters. COP, EMG, PS, TMJ
2016 The Effect of Occlusal Splint Pretreatment on Mandibular Movements and Vertical Dimension of Occlusion in Long-Term Complete Denture Wearers. MM, RD, VDO
2015 Effectiveness of occlusal splints and low-level laser therapy on myofascial pain. LLLT, MP, RDC/TDM, TMD
2013 Biofeedback-based cognitive-behavioral treatment compared with occlusal splint for temporomandibular disorder: a randomized controlled trial. BFB-CBT, NMMA, TMD
10  2008 Do occlusal splints have an effect on complex regional pain syndrome? A randomized, controlled proof-of-concept trial. CRPS, SF-36, TMDs, TMI
11  2007 Effect of a nociceptive trigeminal inhibitory splint on electromyographic activity in jaw closing muscles during sleep. EMG, NTI, TMD
12  2007 Effects of an occlusal splint compared with cognitive-behavioral treatment on sleep bruxism activity. CBT, SB
13  2004 Quantitative polygraphic controlled study on efficacy and safety of oral splint devices in tooth-grinding subjects. PCD, SB