Ergonomics

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  • Low Back Pain: An Evidence-Based, Biopsychosocial Model for Clinical Management, 2nd Edition

    Jane Derebery, MD, FACOEM
    John R. Anderson, DO

    Practical, Comprehensive and Up-To-Date!

    How a physician understands, interacts, and communicates with a patient with musculoskeletal low back pain will have a powerful impact on the course of care and outcome, regardless of the diagnosis. The authors of the new second edition of Low Back Pain provide a unique and valuable perspective on the non-surgical management of this potentially disabling condition. 

    Publication Date 2008
    Format Softcover, 385 pages
    ISBN 978-1-883595-49-4
    Product Code 23095
    Price: $79.00 More Info
  • Kodak's Ergonomic Design for People at Work, Second Edition

    Kodak
    Rodgers
    Bernard

    Completely revised, this new edition has been condensed into a single, hardcover, volume. Less basic science and more emphasis on practical guidelines useful to the industrial ergonomist and occupational health specialist. Concise and straightforward presentation of information, data, and how-to guidelines for implementing solutions to human factors and ergonomics problems in industry. This edition also features case studies, glossary and index.

    Chapter headings include:

    • Ergonomics Design Philosophy
    • Evaluation of Job Demands
    • Workplace Design
    • Equipment Design
    • Human Reliability and Information Transfer
    • Work Design
    • Manual Handling in Occupational Tasks
    • Environment
     

    Product Code 28051
    Price: $175.00 More Info
  • Occupational Musculoskeletal Disorders, Third Edition

    Nortin M. Hadler, MD

    Divided into three sections: the predicament, the patient, and the claimant. Chapter topics include backache, functional somatic syndromes (fibromyalgia and the like), regional disorders of the axial skeleton, regional disorders of the upper and lower extremities, neurovascular syndromes, the disabled, epidemiology and the work-relatedness of regional musculoskeletal disorders, the vortex of disability determination and the aged worker. 

    Publication Date 2004
    Format Hardcover, 338 pages
    Product Code 41009
    Price: $99.99 More Info
  • Hand-Arm Vibration, A Comprehensive Guide for Occupational Health Professionals, Second Edition

    Peter L. Pelmear, MD
    Donald E. Wasserman, MSEE

    It is estimated that hand-arm vibration (HAV) jeopardizes the health and employability of at least two million workers in the United States and United Kingdom alone. In this revised and expanded second edition, learn how to evaluate and control the health risks associated with Hand-Arm Vibration (HAV). 

    Product Code 23049
    Price: $44.50 More Info
  • Medical Orthopedics: Conservative Management of Musculoskeletal Impairments

    Rene Cailliet MD

    Provides a practical primer to help you recognize abnormal function and effectively treat orthopedic problems that respond to non-surgical intervention. Discusses the most frequent musculoskeletal impairments which confront health care providers.
    Features:
    •thirteen chapters discussing every aspect of the musculoskeletal system, including all joints and the spine
    •clear text and precise illustrations outlining specific musculoskeletal problems
    •special chapters devoted to pain and reflex sympathetic dystrophy, areas often neglected in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal impairments
    •more than 90 visual aids designed to help you recognize abnormal function, enhance visual and manual examinations, and convey complex information to your patients
    •appropriate history and physical examination techniques supplemented with radiologic diagnostic procedures 

    Publication Date 2004
    Format Softcover, 217 pages
    Product Code 50022
    Price: $69.95 More Info
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