In the March issue of Clinical Science.

The new study from Temple University senior researchers Ann Barr and Mary Barbe and their doctoral student, Stephen Carp, in the March issue of Clinical Science, found that the immune system is pumping biomarkers as body begins injury from repetitive movements. These biomarkers to warn of a problem. ‘Is not a diagnostic test, because the biomarkers could also indicate another type of injury, they provide a red flag where it was not previously been done,’said Barr, associate professor of physical therapy at Temple College of Health professions. Currentlyrently, allows healthcare providers to repetitive motion injuries diagnose only on the physical examination the the symptoms reported by the patient.

Severe the injury severe the injury, the more biomarkers were there. ‘.. Typically, RMI no no symptoms of pain until the damage has begun. The researcher main objective was looking for a way to recognize the problem before the damage starts. So conservative intervention – ibuprofen, breaks at work, exercise – can be examined for their effectiveness in preventing the development of chronic work-related illness and therefore the need for more serious measures such as surgery. ‘When the injury to the tissue can be stopped, hopefully long-term damage and impairment can be avoided,’said Barbe, also an associate professor of physical therapy.

In previous studies, researchers were able to locate these early warning signs in a rat model of RMI.WHO, with international and domestic healthcare partner, provides technical support for the health ministry at national and sub-regional levels. WHO is working to strengthening the monitoring activities. Accessories for case management and chlorination of water some of the country have not sent.

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