In the Vietnam group with unilateral lower-limb loss, 42 percent abandoned prostheses because of cumulative trauma disorder
This should be particularly true for keyboard typing, a cause of cumulative trauma disorders
such as carpal tunnel syndrome; eye, neck and shoulder strain; and back pain.
Awkward wrist postures have been found to be a major contributing Ask factor for occupational cumulative trauma disorders
(CTDs) of the hand and wrist, such as tendinitis, tenosynovitis, and carpal tunnel syndrome (Armstrong, 1986).
In short, cumulative trauma disorders
, also known as CTDs.
In a recent case, several employees filed a class action suit for cumulative trauma disorder
against a western Baby Bell that didn't address ergonomic concerns.
But perhaps the most common cumulative trauma disorder
, says Dr.
A well-known cumulative trauma disorder
or CTD is carpal tunnel syndrome, a wrist-related injury.
RSI, also known as cumulative trauma disorder
, usually is caused by swelling that results from muscle strain or overuse of tendous in the wrist, arm, neck, and shoulders, said Cathy Sarri, another assistant director of health and safety for SEIU.
The introduction of bar code scanners to grocery store checkouts improved customer convenience but also increased supermarkets' exposure to cumulative trauma disorder
Some of the most preventable disasters are still workplace oriented, like cumulative trauma disorder
What is your rate of cumulative trauma disorder
Whether or not a specific ergonomics rule is published in 1996, OSHA expects employers to be proactive in identifying and managing the specific cumulative trauma disorder
("CTD") risks in their work environments and will continue to use the general duty clause to support citations for ergonomics-related hazards.