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  • AnyBody webcast 27 Oct - Load analysis of the hip joint for occupational activities

    Dipl.-Ing. Patrick Varady of the Trauma Center Murnau and Paracelsus Medical University Salzburg will present:

    Load analysis of the hip joint for occupational activities


    Osteoarthritis of the hip joint (HOA) is a severe disease of the musculoskeletal system and is accompanied by detrimental effects to patients' health and economic consequences. Multiple factors affect the pathogenesis of HOA, including mechanical loading of the hip joint. Literature concerning the epidemiology of HOA indicates an association between occupational activities and the disease's etiology. The aim of this study is to analyse the load of the hip joint for different occupational tasks. It is hypothesised that risk associated working tasks will result in a higher load of the hip joint when compared to activities of daily living.


    The presentation is given twice 27 October, but seating is limited, so sign up now.

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    Re: AnyBody webcast 27 Oct - Load analysis of the hip joint for occupational activiti

    Could you please advise how long this presentation will go for?
    Kind regards
    Leanne

    Originally posted by akiis53 View Post
    Dipl.-Ing. Patrick Varady of the Trauma Center Murnau and Paracelsus Medical University Salzburg will present:

    Load analysis of the hip joint for occupational activities


    Osteoarthritis of the hip joint (HOA) is a severe disease of the musculoskeletal system and is accompanied by detrimental effects to patients' health and economic consequences. Multiple factors affect the pathogenesis of HOA, including mechanical loading of the hip joint. Literature concerning the epidemiology of HOA indicates an association between occupational activities and the disease's etiology. The aim of this study is to analyse the load of the hip joint for different occupational tasks. It is hypothesised that risk associated working tasks will result in a higher load of the hip joint when compared to activities of daily living.


    The presentation is given twice 27 October, but seating is limited, so sign up now.

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