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This systematic review aimed at evaluating the prevalence and risk factors for musculoskeletal complaints associated with mobile handheld device use. Pubmed, Medline, Web of Science, CINAHL and Embase were searched. The methodological quality of included studies was assessed. Strength of evidence for risk factors was determined based on study designs,(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the effects neck-shoulder pain on the connectivity of surface electromyography (SEMG) signals during functional tasks. METHODS Twenty adults suffering from chronic neck-shoulder pain and 20 healthy controls were recruited. The SEMG signals from the left and right proximal cervical erector spinae, upper trapezius, lower trapezius(More)
The association between heat shock protein (HSP) 65 and immune diseases has been investigated for many years. The aim of this study was to explore the antitumor effects and possible antitumor mechanism of HSP65. Mice were immunized with HSP65 via subcutaneous injection. Specific IgG antibodies against HSP65 were detected in the sera of immunized mice by(More)
The aim of this study was to assess the muscle functional connectivity obtained from surface electromyogram (SEMG) during unilateral and bilateral texting on a smart-phone as well as standard text entry on a personal computer. Fourteen healthy adults participated in the study. The SEMG signals from the left and right proximal: cervical erector spinae, upper(More)
UNLABELLED This study aimed to examine differences in muscle activity between young people with and without neck-shoulder pain (n = 20 in each group), when they performed texting on a smartphone. Texting was compared between using both hands ('bilateral texting') and with only one hand ('unilateral texting'). Texting tasks were also compared with computer(More)
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