NIOSH WORKPLACE Carpal Tunnel, A Review of Highly Repetitive work,Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Workplace risk Factors Nlm

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Published: August 5th 2011

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NIOSH WORKPLACE Carpal Tunnel, A Review of Highly Repetitive work,Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Workplace risk Factors  by  Nlm

NIOSH WORKPLACE Carpal Tunnel, A Review of Highly Repetitive work,Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Workplace risk Factors by Nlm
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Over 30 epidemiologic studies have examined physical workplace factors and their relationship to carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS).There is evidence of a positive association between highly repetitive work alone or in combination with other factors andMoreOver 30 epidemiologic studies have examined physical workplace factors and their relationship to carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS).There is evidence of a positive association between highly repetitive work alone or in combination with other factors and CTS.There is strong evidence of a positive association between exposure to a combination of risk factors (e.g., force and repetition, force and posture) and CTS.Table of Contents includes and more:-SUMMARYINTRODUCTIONOUTCOME AND EXPOSURE MEASURESREPETITIONDefinition of Repetition for CTSStudies Reporting on the Association of Repetition and CTSStudies Meeting the Four Evaluation CriteriaStudies Meeting at Least One CriterionStudies Not Meeting Any of the CriteriaStrength of Association—Repetition and CTSTemporal Relationship: Repetition and CTSConsistency in Association for Repetition and CTSCoherence of Evidence for RepetitionExposure-Response Relationship for RepetitionConclusions Regarding RepetitionFORCE AND CTSDefinition of force for CTSStudies Reporting on the Association of Force and CTSStudies Meeting at Least One CriterionTemporality, Force and CTSConsistency of Association for Force and CTSCoherence of Evidence, Force and CTSExposure-Response Relationship, Force and CTSPOSTURE AND CTSDefinition of Extreme Postures For CTSStudies Meeting the Four Evaluation CriteriaStrength of Association: Posture and CTSStudies Not Meeting All Four Evaluation CriteriaTemporal RelationshipCoherence of EvidenceExposure-Response Relationship, CTS and PostureVIBRATION AND CTSDefinition of Vibration for CTSStudies Meeting the Four Evaluation CriteriaStudies Not Meeting the Evaluation CriteriaStrength of Association: Vibration and CTSTemporal RelationshipConsistency in AssociationCoherence of Evidence and VibrationExposure-Response Relationship, CTS and VibrationConclusionCONFOUNDING AND CTSCONCLUSIONSCarpal tunnel syndrome fact sheetWhat is carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS)?What are the symptoms of CTS?What causes CTS and who is more likely to develop it?How is CTS treated?The following steps can help to prevent CTS:



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