A study of portable vibrating tools in relation to the clinical effects which they produce.

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During the recent war the clinical effects of the use of vibrating machinery have come even more to the fore than previously. This is because production methods, particularly in the aircraft industry, have required the increased use of portable grinding and riveting tools. Loriga (1911) first connected circulatory disturbances with the use of pneumatic… (More)

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@article{Agate1947ASO, title={A study of portable vibrating tools in relation to the clinical effects which they produce.}, author={John Agate and H A Druett}, journal={British journal of industrial medicine}, year={1947}, volume={4 3}, pages={141-63} }