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Medical Managements of Musculoskeletal Diseases in Shipbuilding Industry
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 Title & Authors
Medical Managements of Musculoskeletal Diseases in Shipbuilding Industry
Kim, Jong-Eun; Kim, Young-Ki; Kang, Dong-Mug;
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 Abstract
Objective: This study is to understand medical management method in shipbuilding industry. Background: In shipbuilding industry, medical management for prevention of work-related musculoskeletal diseases due to limitations of engineering measures may be important measure. Results: Medical management of musculoskeletal diseases can be divided into primary, secondary, tertiary preventions. Primary preventions consist of symptom survey, appropriate work placement with work capacity evaluation, health promotion. Second preventions are early detection of symptomatic patient and appropriate treatment. Tertiary preventions are rehabilitation treatment and early return-to-work by return-to-work evaluation. In addition, patients with psychological counseling for emotional problems are needed. Conclusion: Medical management measures such as improving the work environment to be made are expected to exert greater effects.
 Keywords
Work-related musculoskeletal disease;Shipbuilding industry;Medical management;Return-to-work;
 Language
Korean
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