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A conceptual model for work-related neck and upper-limb musculoskeletal disorders.
TLDR
A conceptual model for the pathogenesis of work-related musculoskeletal disorders that contains sets of cascading exposure, dose, capacity, and response variables, such that response at one level can act as dose at the next. Expand
Mobile phone use and stress, sleep disturbances, and symptoms of depression among young adults - a prospective cohort study
TLDR
High frequency of mobile phone use at baseline was a risk factor for mental health outcomes at 1-year follow-up among the young adults, and the risk for reporting mental health symptoms at follow- up was greatest among those who had perceived accessibility via mobile phones to be stressful. Expand
Musculoskeletal symptoms and job strain among nursing personnel: a study over a three year period.
TLDR
The analysis indicated that job strain is a risk factor for musculoskeletal symptoms and that the risk is higher when it is combined with perceived high physical exertion. Expand
Consensus criteria for the classification of carpal tunnel syndrome in epidemiologic studies.
TLDR
Criteria for the classification of carpal tunnel syndrome for use in epidemiologic studies were developed by means of a consensus process and reached agreement on several conceptual issues. Expand
Muscular endurance and surface electromyogram in isometric and dynamic exercise.
  • M. Hagberg
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of applied physiology: respiratory…
  • 1 July 1981
TLDR
Differences in exercise did not significantly affect the relation between the time constant of the mean power frequency decrease and the endurance time, and the development of muscle fatigue was well correlated to change of the myoelectric rootmean-square amplitude and themean power frequency. Expand
Occupational and individual factors related to musculoskeletal symptoms in five body regions among Swedish nursing personnel
TLDR
Various individual factors and physical and psychosocial work factors were related to musculoskeletal symptoms in the different body regions and might have far-reaching implications for the way in which effective health programs for prevention should be designed in the hospital setting. Expand
Influence of time pressure and verbal provocation on physiological and psychological reactions during work with a computer mouse
TLDR
Work with a computer mouse under time pressure and verbal provocation (stress conditions) led to increased physiological and psychological reactions compared to control conditions. Expand
The work ability index and single-item question: associations with sick leave, symptoms, and health--a prospective study of women on long-term sick leave.
TLDR
It is suggested that the single-item question on work ability could be used as a simple indicator for assessing the status and progress of work ability among women on long-term sick leave. Expand
Self-reported working conditions of VDU operators and associations with musculoskeletal symptoms : a cross-sectional study focussing on gender differences
TLDR
Assessment of working conditions and the prevalence of musculoskeletal symptoms among male and female VDU operators and associations between work-related physical and psychosocial exposures and neckand upper limb symptoms by gender gives further support to the advice that duration of computer work, time pressure and job strain is recommended. Expand
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