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(International maritime health[TA]) articles in PubMed
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  • Thermophysiological responses and work strain in fishermen on deep-sea fishing vessels. [Journal Article]
  • Int Marit Health 2016; 67(2):104-11IM
  • Høye EU, Sandsund M, … Reinertsen RE
  • CONCLUSIONS: Fishermen experience intermittent periods of heavy work on the trawl deck shown with elevated core temperature and HR. Work on the factory deck includes long periods of repetitive work with light to moderate work strain. A better understanding of work strain and environmental challenges during work on Norwegian deep-sea vessels will help identify exposure risks during work in the cold and heat.
  • The workload of fishermen: a cross sectional survey among Danish commercial fishermen. [Journal Article]
  • Int Marit Health 2016; 67(2):97-103IM
  • Østergaard H, Jepsen JR, Berg-Beckhoff G
  • CONCLUSIONS: Despite improved work environment in the Danish fishing industry, fishermen still experience high levels of workload and suboptimal ergonomic conditions, which are known to cause pain and impair musculoskeletal health. To address the specific areas of fishing with the highest workload, future investments in assistive devices to ease the demanding work and reduce the workload, should particularly address deckhands and less mechanized vessels.
  • Development of software for handling ship's pharmacy. [Journal Article]
  • Int Marit Health 2016; 67(2):72-8IM
  • Nittari G, Peretti A, … Amenta F
  • CONCLUSIONS: The system developed in this study has proved to be an effective tool which serves to guarantee the compliance of the ship pharmacy with regulations of the flag state in terms of medicinal products and medications. Sharing the system with the Telemedical Maritime Assistance Service may result in avoiding mistakes in drug administration. Last but not least the availability of PARSI could help reduce/ avoid problems with maritime health authorities in case any of the required medicinal products are missing.
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