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Vibroacoustic disease: the need for a new attitude towards noise

@inproceedings{AlvesPereira2009VibroacousticDT,
  title={Vibroacoustic disease: the need for a new attitude towards noise},
  author={M. Alves-Pereira and N. Branco and Edificio Cinema},
  year={2009}
}
  • M. Alves-Pereira, N. Branco, Edificio Cinema
  • Published 2009
  • Engineering
  • Background. The importance of information technologies in public awareness of environmental issues is especially clear when a new occupational disease is identified. This is certainly the case with Vibroacoustic Disease (VAD), a whole-body noise-induced pathology, that is not particularly related to the ear. The Problem. The social and economic costs of VAD are staggering, and continuously aggravated by the fact that environmental noise assessments pay little attention to the noise that causes… CONTINUE READING
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