نتایج جستجو برای International Journal of Musculoskeletal Pain Prevention

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Journal: :ژورنال پزشکی بین المللی الکترونیک 0
hamidreza mahboobi 1- student researc..., mohammad esmaeil shahrzad 3- fertilit...,

international electronic journal of medicine (iejm) is an open access electronic journal that covers all aspects of medicine and medical sciences. we invite authors from all over the world to send their manuscripts to iejm. manuscripts submitted to iejm go through a peer review process before publication in iejm. we will ask our reviewers to finish the papers’ review within two weeks. authors a...

Journal: :Annals of the rheumatic diseases 1995
J Quintner,

2012
Joseph J. Shields, Robert F. Anda,

ed=indexed in: CAB ABSTRACTS, Child Welfare Information Gateway, EBSCO, Elsevier, Family Index Database, MEDLINE, Ovid, ProQuest CSA, Psychwatch, PsycINFO, PSYCLINE, PubMed, Sociological Abstracts. The Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community (ISSN: 1085-2352) is published quarterly in January, April, July, and October for a total of 4 issues per year by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC...

2011
Senthil P Kumar,

Pain is defined by International Association for the Study of Pain 1 as; “An unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or described in terms of such damage.” Pain is often considered the fifth vital sign, but often misinterpreted since it is considered mainly subjective. 2 Pain relief is a major goal for health care in India so much that most...

Journal: :Jornal de pediatria 2011
Suely Nóbrega Jannini, Ulysses Dória-Filho, Durval Damiani, Clovis Artur Almeida Silva,

OBJECTIVE To determine the prevalence of pain, musculoskeletal syndromes, orthopedic disorders and using computers and playing videogames among obese adolescents. METHODS This was a cross-sectional study that investigated 100 consecutive obese adolescents and 100 healthy-weight controls using a confidential, self-report questionnaire covering demographic data, sports participation, painful mu...

Journal: :Work 2006
Keith E Rosenblum,

My research reviewing various nations’ handling of their musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) problem originated with the objective of presenting a paper on the subject to an international audience at the recent 18th Annual World Safety Organization’s Environmental, Safety and Health Conference in Denver, CO. This review of the MSD problem from industrial nations was mostly concentrated in comparin...

2016
Steve J. Kamper, Nicholas Henschke, Lise Hestbaek, Kate M. Dunn, Christopher M. Williams,

INTRODUCTION Musculoskeletal (MSK) pain in children and adolescents is responsible for substantial personal impacts and societal costs, but it has not been intensively or systematically researched. This means our understanding of these conditions is limited, and healthcare professionals have little empirical evidence to underpin their clinical practice. In this article we summarise the state of...

2013
Juan Carlos Sierra, Stephen N. Haynes, Michael W. Eysenck, Gualberto Buela-Casal, María Teresa Ramiro, Inmaculada Teva, María Paz Bermúdez,

*Corresponding author at: Mind, Brain and Behavior Research Center, CIMCYC, Spain, Campus Universitario de Cartuja, s/n, 18011 Granada, Spain. E-mail address: sramiro@ugr.es (M.T. Ramiro). Abstract Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV are important health problems that affect adolescents. The aim of the present study was to analyze the relationship between 1) depression, self-esteem a...

Journal: :The Clinical journal of pain 2001
G B Rollman, S Lautenbacher,

Epidemiologic, clinical, and experimental evidence points to sex differences in musculoskeletal pain. Adult women more often have musculoskeletal problems than do men. Discrepant findings regarding the presence of such differences during childhood and adolescence continue. Biologic and psychosocial factors might account for these differences. The authors review evidence showing that mechanicall...

2014
Glenn Harvin,

Practitioners of endoscopy often experience musculoskeletal pain and injury (most often in the back, neck, shoulders, hands, wrists, and thumbs) that are associated with the minute and repetitive strain that is placed on these areas during endoscopic procedures. This review of the current documentation of endoscopy-related pain and injuries among practitioners finds that such problems are wides...

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