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Defining rotating shift work as working at least three nights per month in addition to days or evenings in that month, respondents were asked how many years they had worked in this way.
The introduction of the ATTUNE Rotating Platform Knee and the Anatomic Patella bring new options for patient care," said Hannah McEwen, Ph.
Frost and Sullivan is estimating the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) market for rotating machinery comprising compressors, pumps and motors is set to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.
The study led by researchers at Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), found that extended years of rotating night shift work was associated with weight gain, which causes increased risk of type 2 diabetes.
In this work, different rotating speed of the wheel was evaluated systemly in regards to the preparation of well aligned polyacrylonitrile (PAN) nanofiber.
This paper indicates a procedure to estimate the wall shear stress on an enclosed porous rotating disk in laminar regime.
Ansys v10 can also account for inertia in rotating structures during modal, transient, and harmonic analysis, in either a stationary or rotating reference frame.
The oscillating field is represented as a sum of clockwise and counterclockwise rotating fields, [H.
Release the top of the left leg to the ground, rotating the thigh slightly inward, and press the top of your foot, shinbone, knee, and thigh on the mat.
Market-Wise Enterprises has begun to market its newest patented innovation in supplement packaging, the Rotating Label.
Slowly hand-tighten the ferrule by wrapping your hand around the metal ferrule and rotating the ferrule clockwise until the antenna is firmly attached to the spring base.
If it's rotating too much, you may experience lateral knee pain.