The Carpal Tunnel Conundrum
- Lost-Days Injuries Rate Declined in 2005. // Occupational Hazards;Dec2006, Vol. 68 Issue 12, p14
The article reports on a decrease in the lost-days rate due to workplace injuries and diseases in 2005, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. A 2% increase in the number of hours worked in 2005 contributed to the decline in the lost-days rate. Most of the injuries were sprains or...
- CTS sufferers miss average of 30 days. Finnegan, Lisa // Occupational Hazards;Aug97, Vol. 59 Issue 8, p20
States that according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is the leading cause of lost workdays. Other major on the job injuries; Figures on the workdays lost and their causes.
- Group Issues Report Cards for State Workers' Comp Performance. // Occupational Hazards;Sep2004, Vol. 66 Issue 9, p20
Presents a study that examined incidence rates, cases missing work, median disability durations, delayed recovery rate and key conditions such as lower back strain and carpal tunnel syndrome in U.S. states. Improvement of workers' compensation case outcomes in Utah; Performance of Texas in...
- Occupational Injury and Illness Data. // Monthly Labor Review;Sep2004, Vol. 127 Issue 9, p71
The article presents information on occupational injury and illness data provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses collects data from employers about their workers' job-related nonfatal injuries and illnesses. The information that...
- 1.3 million lost-worktime injuries and illnesses in '03, says BLS. // Industrial Safety & Hygiene News;May2005, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p10
Reports on the study of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics indicating the proportion of injuries and illnesses in private industry for the year 2003. Citation of occupations with the greatest number of injuries and illnesses; Identification of musculoskeletal disorders as the largest single...
- CTS is not uncommon. // Occupational Hazards;Sep99, Vol. 61 Issue 9, p28
Highlights results of a study on carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) published in the July 14, 1999 issue of `The Journal of the American Medical Association.' Percent of adults who suffer from CTS; Risk comparison between men and women; Risk factors.
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome as an Occupational Disease. Giersiepen, Klaus; Spallek, Michael // Deutsches Aerzteblatt International;4/8/2011, Vol. 108 Issue 14, following p242
A bibliography on the subject of carpal tunnel syndrome being an occupational disease is presented which includes the articles "A Framework for the Classification and Diagnosis of Work Related Upper Extremity Conditions: Systematic Review," by M.G. Boocock and colleagues, "The Effect of...
- Work Related Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Nathar, Peter A. // JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association;1/12/90, Vol. 263 Issue 2, p236
Comments on the article 'Occupational Disease Surveillance: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome,' published in an issue of the 'Journal of the American Medical Association.
- In Reply. Maizlish, Neli; Fine, Lawrence J. // JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association;1/12/90, Vol. 263 Issue 2, p237
Replies to comments on an article on occupational diseases and carpal tunnel syndrome.