Download the Free Prime PubMed App to your smartphone or tablet.

Available for iPhone or iPad:

Unbound PubMed app for iOS iPhone iPadAlso Available:
Unbound PubMed app for Android

Available for Mac and Windows Desktops and laptops:

Unbound PubMed app for WindowsUnbound PubMed app for MAC OS Yosemite Macbook Air pro
(International maritime health[TA])
483 results
  • The development and optimisation of a quantitative physical fitness scoring system for use amongst Naval Service personnel. [Journal Article]
  • IMInt Marit Health 2016; 67(3):171-8
  • Sargent C, Lacey S, … O'Mahony J
  • CONCLUSIONS: A quantitative scoring system has been produced that allows comprehensive physical fitness testing to be conducted. In order to achieve a complete picture of a participant's physical fitness, all tests outlined should be included in the testing process. However, the flexible nature of this system allows for tests to be included or excluded to suit the needs of an individual or organisation. The fact that the scoring system is quantitative, the time involved is relatively short, multiple participants can be tested simultaneously and the pass rates can be decided upon by the host organisation makes this system versatile and comparable across multiple jurisdictions.
  • Head injury and anisocoria on a cruise ship. [Journal Article]
  • IMInt Marit Health 2016; 67(3):159-60
  • Dahl E
  • A previously healthy 65-year-old female passenger presented on the 3rd day of her voyage with a small facial laceration after she fell and hit her forehead, following sudden blurred vision and dizzin...
  • Occupational asthma in maritime environments: an update. [Journal Article]
  • IMInt Marit Health 2016; 67(3):144-52
  • Lucas D, Lodde B, … Jegaden D
  • In 2006 we published our first review based on the available literature on occupational asthma in maritime environments in the "International Maritime Health" journal. Since then, we have obtained a ...
  • Health status and occupational risk factors in Greek small fisheries workers. [Journal Article]
  • IMInt Marit Health 2016; 67(3):137-43
  • Frantzeskou E, Jensen OC, Linos A
  • CONCLUSIONS: The health effects observed are causally related to the work process exposures on board and to diet, smoking, and lack of exercise. This in turn relates to the specific working conditions, the culture and level of education in small-scale fishing that need to be taken into consideration together in the prevention programmes.
New Search Next