Corpus ID: 71054972

Dolor de cuello, hombro y brazo relacionado con el uso del ordenador, la actividad física, el estrés y la depresión en los adolescentes holandeses

  title={Dolor de cuello, hombro y brazo relacionado con el uso del ordenador, la actividad f{\'i}sica, el estr{\'e}s y la depresi{\'o}n en los adolescentes holandeses},
  author={Acm Diepenmaat and M. F. V. D. Wal and Hcw de Vet and Remy A. Hirasing},
OBJETIVO: Examinar en los adolescentes la prevalencia de dolor de cuello/hombro, lumbalgia y dolor de brazo en los diferentes grupos sociodemográficos, así como la asociación del dolor en estas localizaciones con el uso del ordenador, la actividad física, la depresión y el estrés. MÉTODOS: Cuestionario de ámbito escolar en 2002 y 2003 sobre dolor de cuello/hombro, lumbalgia y dolor de brazo, uso del ordenador, actividad física, depresión y estrés. El sondeo incluyó a 3.485 adolescentes de 12-16… Expand


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