2015
DOI: 10.1590/0103-5150.028.002.ao10 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Introduction Work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs) represent a significant object of study for the field of occupational health, as they can lead to absenteeism, compensation costs and different levels of functional disability. Nonetheless, there are few studies assessing WMSDs in public higher education institutions. Objective The present study aimed to investigate, describe and correlate musculoskeletal symptoms and work ability of staff members of the Federal University of Alfenas (Unifal-MG), i… Show more

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“…Os trabalhadores classificados com ICT baixo apresentaram um AR na média de SO significante em relação aos com ICT ótimo. Iunes et al 26 evidenciaram associação entre o ICT e a presença de sintomas em todas as regiões descritas no QNSO.…”
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“…Os trabalhadores classificados com ICT baixo apresentaram um AR na média de SO significante em relação aos com ICT ótimo. Iunes et al 26 evidenciaram associação entre o ICT e a presença de sintomas em todas as regiões descritas no QNSO.…”
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“…Os sintomas osteomusculares representam grande preocupação para a saúde do trabalhador, pois geram absenteísmo, custos com indenizações e diferentes graus de incapacidade funcional (IUNES et al, 2015). Ademais, são responsáveis por grande parte dos afastamentos de trabalho e por altos custos de pagamentos de indenizações, tratamentos de saúde e processos de reinserção ao trabalho.…”
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