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1 A systematic review of the relation between physical capacity and future low back and neck/shoulder pain
article 2007    
Author: Hamberg - Reenen, H.H. van · Ariëns, G.A.M. · Blatter, B.M. · Mechelen, W. van · Bongers, P.M.
Keywords: Workplace · Veilig en Gezond Werken · Low back pain · Neck/shoulder pain · Physical capacity · Predictor · Clinical trial · Cohort analysis · Controlled clinical trial · Data base · Lumbar spine · Muscle exercise · Muscle strength · Physical capacity · Quality control · Risk factor · Shoulder pain · Spine mobility · Humans · Motor Activity · Muscle Strength · Neck Pain · Risk Factors · Shoulder
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2 Is an imbalance between physical capacity and exposure to work-related physical factors associated with low-back, neck or shoulder pain?
article 2006    
Author: Hamberg-Reenen, H.H. van · Ariëns, G.A.M. · Blatter, B.M. · Beek, A.J. van der · Twisk, J.W.R. · Mechelen, W. van · Bongers, P.M.
Keywords: Workplace · Veilig en Gezond Werken · Lichaamshouding · Lichaamsbeweging · Tillen · Rugklachten · Hernia · Fysieke arbeidsbelasting · Risicoanalyse · Storingsanalyse · Checklists · Bewegingsstoornissen · Fysiologie · Load-tolerance · Musculoskeletal symptom · Protective · Risk · Muscle · Risk factor · Biomechanics · Blue collar worker · Confidence interval · Job stress · Longitudinal study · Major clinical study · Muscle exercise · Musculoskeletal disease · Occupational health · Physical capacity · Spine mobility · White collar worker · Absenteeism · Adult · Cohort Studies · Female · Humans · Longitudinal Studies · Low Back Pain · Male · Neck Pain · Occupational Exposure · Shoulder Pain
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3 The effects of physical therapists' guidance on improvement in a strength-training program for the frail elderly
article 2005    
Author: Boshuizen, H.C. · Stemmerik, L. · Westhoff, M.H. · Hopman-Rock, M.
Keywords: Health · Leefomgeving en gezondheid · Activities of daily living · Aging · Exercise therapy · Gait · Muscle physiology · Muscular-atrophy pathology · Walking · Weight lifting · aged · aging · body position · clinical trial · conference paper · controlled clinical trial · controlled study · daily life activity · female · functional assessment · health program · home care · human · joint mobility · kinesiotherapy · knee · major clinical study · male · muscle exercise · muscle strength · physiotherapist · practice guideline · statistical analysis · torque · training · walking speed · Aged · Aged, 80 and over · Exercise Therapy · Female · Frail Elderly · Humans · Isometric Contraction · Knee · Leg · Male · Muscle, Skeletal · Musculoskeletal Equilibrium · Patient Compliance · Program Evaluation · Walking · Weight Lifting · Healthy for Life · Healthy Living
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4 Discrete event simulation as an ergonomic tool to predict workload exposures during systems design
article 2014    
Author: Perez, J. · Looze, M.P. de · Bosch, T. · Neumann, W.P.
Keywords: Workplace · Discrete event simulation · Fatigue · Macro ergonomics · Mechanical workload prediction · Shift-long exposure · Virtual ergonomics · Work system design · Bio-mechanical models · Discrete-event simulation model · Electronics assembly · Macro-ergonomics · Mechanical exposure · Shift-long exposure · Work system design · Workload predictions · Design · Fatigue of materials · Forecasting · Surgical equipment · Systems analysis · Ergonomics · Biomechanics · Controlled study · Experimental design · Intermethod comparison · Mathematical computing · Mathematical model · Muscle exercise · Muscle fatigue · Muscle function · Prediction · Priority journal · Process model · Sensitivity analysis · Workload · Work and Employment · Healthy Living · Resilient Organisations · SP - Sustainable Productivity and Employability · ELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences
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5 The effect of joystick handle size and gain at two levels of required precision on performance and physical load on crane operators
article 2006    
Author: Huysmans, M.A. · Looze, M.P. de · Hoozemans, M.J.M. · Beek, A.J. van der · Dieën, J.H. van
Keywords: Workplace · Lichaamshouding · Lichaamsbeweging · Fysieke arbeidsbelasting · Ergonomie · Kranen · Hefmagneten · Autolaadkranen · Mobiele kranen · Elektrische besturing · Gereedschapswerktuigen · Gereedschappen · Machines · Arbeidsprestatie · Functievervulling · Adult · Electromyography · Hand · Humans · Lifting · Male · Middle Aged · Netherlands · Task Performance and Analysis · United States · User-Computer Interface · Gain · Joystick operation · Kinematics · Performance · Precision · Computer simulation · Cranes · Kinematics · Man machine systems · Optimization · Performance · Display-control gain · Joystick handle size · Task precision · Accuracy · Arm muscle · Controlled study · Crane operator · Equipment design · Ergonomics · External validity · Forearm · Human experiment · Image display · Muscle contraction · Muscle exercise · Operator · Position · Process optimization · Task performance · Workload · Wrist
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6 Biochemical development of subchondral bone from birth until age eleven months and the influence of physical activity
article 2002    
Author: Brama, P.A.J. · TeKoppele, J.M. · Bank, R.A. · Barneveld, A. · Weeren, P.R. van
Keywords: Health Biology · Biomedical Research · Collagen · Development · Exercise · Horse · Subchondral bone · Calcium · Collagen · Deoxypyridinoline · Hydroxylysine · Water · Amino acid · Pyridinoline · Adaptation · Animal experiment · Articular cartilage · Athlete · Birth · Bone development · Bone disease · Bone growth · Career · Chemical composition · Chondropathy · Controlled study · Cross linking · Developmental stage · Horse · Loading test · Muscle exercise · Newborn · Nonhuman · Pasture · Pathogenesis · Phalanx · Physical activity · Provocation test · Puerperium · Surface property · Water content · Animal · Bone · Bone density · Chemistry · Growth, development and aging · Horse disease · Metabolism · Pathology · Physiology · Weight bearing · Animalia · Equidae · Equus caballus · Amino Acids · Animals · Animals, Newborn · Bone and Bones · Bone Density · Bone Development · Calcium · Collagen · Horse Diseases · Horses · Physical Conditioning, Animal · Water · Weight-Bearing
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