4 edition of Research on work-related low back disorders found in the catalog.
Research on work-related low back disorders
Rik Op De Beeck
|Statement||report prepared by Lic. Rik Op De Beeck, Dr. Veerle Hermans.|
|Contributions||Hermans, Veerle., European Agency for Safety and Health at Work.|
|LC Classifications||RC964 .D4 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||71 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
|LC Control Number||2001395216|
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Research on work-related low back disorders. [Rik Op De Beeck; Veerle Hermans; European Agency for Safety and Health at Work.;].
Research on work-related low back disorders. Brussels, Belgium: Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rik Op De Beeck; Veerle Hermans; European Agency for Safety and Health at Work.
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Abstract. Epidemiological research on the relationship between work-related factors and low back disorders has a long tradition in Finland.
Circumstances to conduct epidemiological studies in Finland are in many respects favorable: We have good register data available, the population is comparatively stable and homogenous and has a positive attitude towards participating in Author: H.
Riihimäki. Research on work-related low back disorders 4 FOREWORD One of the aims of the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work is to assist in the development of common research programmes and the sharing of research information in the field of Occupational Safety and Health (OSH).
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Beginning in Marcha total of participants, ages 12 to 18, with chronic or recurrent low back pain are enrolled across two sites. The primary outcome is self-reported low back pain. The Low Back Disorders treatment guideline is designed to provide health care providers who are the primary target users of this guideline with evidence-based guidance on the treatment of working-age adults with low back disorders whether acute, subacute, chronic, or post-operative.
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Executive Summary. T here is no doubt that musculoskeletal disorders of the low back and upper extremities are an important and costly national health problem.
Musculoskeletal disorders account for nearly 70 million physician office visits in the United States annually and an estimated million total health care encounters including outpatient, hospital, and emergency room visits.
Our knowledge of low back disorder (LBD) causation has progressed well over the years with in-depth understanding accelerating in the traditional disciplines of biomechanics, psychology, psychophysics, psychosocial, physiology, genetics, organizational psychology and rehabilitation.
However, each of these disciplines has studied LBD causality in isolation of other by: Table 1 starts by presenting occupational groups with a lower-than-average prevalence of subjective back pain (7-day prevalence back pain within 7 days of taking part in the study (Table 1).Cited by: Background: Lower back, neck and shoulder pain, which affects the lumbar spine, are the most commonly reported Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs).
Approximately 80 percent of the general population is affected by these disorders at a certain point during their lifetime, with some estimates being as high as 84 percent. Work-related lower back disorders are associated with repetition, the weight of objects lifted, twisting, and poor biomechanics of lifting.
14,15 Other risk factors for work-related musculoskeletal disorders involving the back included awkward posture, high static muscle load, high-force exertion at the hands and wrists, sudden applications of.
Chronic back pain is defined as pain that continues for 12 weeks or longer, even after an initial injury or underlying cause of acute low back pain has been treated. About 20 percent of people affected by acute low back pain develop chronic low back pain with persistent symptoms at one year.
True to it’s title, this book provides detailed prevention and rehabilitation techniques for the low back, based on scientific evidence. This book is written for the clinician, and is divided into three parts.
Part one outlines “how the spine works,” quoting literature and giving evidence from McGill’s own body of : Karen Hudes. Inthe National Research Council (NRC) convened a workshop on work-related musculoskeletal disorders, at which the first author was an invited speaker.
The charges to the multidisciplinary panel included “to evaluate contribution of jobs and job tasks to the occurrence of musculoskeletal disorders” of the lower back and upper Cited by: In May the National Institutes of Health asked the National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council to assemble a group of experts to examine the scientific literature relevant to work-related musculoskeletal disorders of the lower back, neck, and upper extremities.
Introduction. Low back pain (LBP) is associated with various workplace risk factors and results in substantial employee disability and compensation .Globally, the lifetime prevalence of work-related LBP varies between 30 and 84% .Malayan Railways (Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad), Malaysia’s largest railroad network provider, underwent privatization in Cited by: 5.
Access the latest research and applications to build effective prevention and rehabilitation programs for your patients or clients with Low Back Disorders: Evidence-Based Prevention and Rehabilitation, Second ationally recognized low back specialist Stuart McGill presents original research to quantify the forces that specific movements and exercises impose on the low back /5().
Objectives: Low back pain is a major occupational problem especially among nursing staff. The objectives of our study are to evaluate the prevalence of low back pain among nurses and to look for physical and psychosocial risk factors.
Methods: It is a cross-sectional study based on a self-administered questionnaire destined for all nurses working in Farhat Hached Teaching hospital Cited by: 3. Welcome to the ancillary website for Low Back Disorders, Third Edition. Instructor resources are free to course adopters and granted by your sales representative.
To request access, contact your sales rep. The web resource is included with the purchase of a new text or e-book, otherwise it may be purchased separately. Reported prevalence of MSD pain for nurses and nursing aides was highest in the low back, followed by shoulders and neck.
However, the majority of the studies have been concentrated on month pain in the low back and predominantly in hospitals.
Few researchers have investigated pain in the upper and lower extremities (less than 27% of the Cited by: Musculoskeletal Disorders and the Workplace: Low Back and Upper Extremities by Institute Of Medicine; National Research Council; Commission On Behavioral And Social Sciences And Education; Panel On Musculoskeletal Disorders And The Workplace and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Heavy lifting, repetitive movements and sitting at a desk all day can take a toll on your back.
Get the facts about back pain at work and how to prevent it. Whether it's dull and achy or sharp and stabbing, back pain can make it hard to concentrate on your job.
Unfortunately, many occupations — such as nursing, construction and factory work. There is considerable clinician and researcher interest in whether the outcomes for patients with low back pain, and the efficiency of the health systems that treat them, can be improved by 'subgrouping research'.
Subgrouping research seeks to identify subgroups of people who have clinically important distinctions in their treatment needs or by: (shelved 1 time as psychological-disorders) avg rating —ratings — published Want to Read saving.
The number of working days lost due to back problems has increased dramatically in recent years. Over 80 million days a year are now lost due to registered disability,1 but the total estimate, including short spells, is probably in the order of million. This is some four times the figure for 20 years ago.
This increase does not reflect an increased incidence of back Cited by: for Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders of the Neck, Upper Extremity, and Low Back will provide answers to many of the questions that have arisen on this topic over the last decade.
This document is the most comprehensive compilation to date of the epidemiologic research on the relation between selected MSDs and exposure to physical factors.
Our knowledge of low back disorder (LBD) causation has progressed well over the years with in-depth understanding accelerating in the traditional disciplines of biomechanics, psychology, psychophysics, psychosocial, physiology, Cited by: Research Methods, Measurement, and Evaluation.
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Book Excerpts. Catalogs. News and Articles. About Us. Career Opportunities. Events. Business to Business. Background Work related Musculoskeletal Disorders (WMSDs) are one of the most common occupational diseases which mainly affects the lower back, neck and upper and lower extremities.
The aim of this study was to determine prevalence of WMSDs in nine body regions among Ready Made Garment (RMG) workers in Bangladesh and ergonomics assessment of Cited by: 4.
Musculoskeletal disorders represent a significant occupational problem among nurses; however, data on musculoskeletal health of nurses in Sub-Sahara Africa are sparse.
This study sought to determine the lifetime, months period and point prevalence of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs); the associated job risk factors and the coping strategies Cited by:.
Musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) represent one pdf the most common and most expensive occupational pdf problems in both developed and developing countries. School teachers represent an occupational group among which there appears to be a high prevalence of MSD. Given that causes of MSD have been described as multi-factorial and prevalence rates Cited by: The same pattern was displayed for lower back pain, with significantly more hairdressers (P lower back pain in comparison to controls.
Overall, 62 hairdressers (42%) said they had experienced lower back pain in the previous 3 months compared to 13 (20%) by: Cite this article: Chan S G. Factors Associated with Low Back Pain Among Nurses in Ebook Care Units, Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia.
Biomed J Sci & Tech Res 1(7)- BJSTR. DOI: /BJSTR Abstract Nursing is a high risk group profession with prevalence of low back pain Size: KB.