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    The musculoskeletal system provides form, support, stability and it is responsible for the movement of the body. The strong protective skeletal layer protects vital organs. For example rib cage protects the heart, kidneys and lungs from any traumatic injury. Bones provide framework that supports and keeps the body from collapsing. It is the major supporting structure of the body. The bone is classified by their shape or structure as cortical bones are dense and compact and cancellous is spongy. Cortical bones are dense and rigid bones. Its functions are to provide support and stability of the body and to bare body weight. Cancellous bones are also called spongy bones due to its shapes and it is a weak bone. It is found at the end of the long…

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    The Musculoskeletal System

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    The Musculoskeletal System Introduction Like the other systems of the body, the musculoskeletal system provides an important function for the human body. It is perhaps one of the most important of the systems in that muscles, bones and joints provide the mechanisms for movement that facilitates the continuance of life processes, as well as the movements that make for an enjoyable life experience. Without the musculoskeletal system, which is comprised of bones, joints and muscles there would be…

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    The body and roles of the organ systems are interlinked; together they work in maintaining homeostasis. In the event of arduous or prolonged exercise, such as running a marathon. The body’s systems such as the, digestive, musculoskeletal, respiratory and circulatory, must work together to meet the demands placed upon the runner’s body. Firstly, the process of the digestive system can be broken down into four sections, ingestion, digestion, absorption and assimilation (Toole, Toole and Toole,…

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    Orthopedics comes from two Greek words, ortho, meaning straight and pais, conditions involving the musculoskeletal system. Orthopedic surgery corrects problems that arise in the skeleton and its attachments, the ligaments and tendons. It may also deal with some problems of the nervous system, such as those that arise from injury of the spine. These problems can occur at birth, through injury, or as the result of aging. They may be acute, as in injury, or chronic, as in many aging-related…

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    3. Workers should comply with safe work practices for lifting and ensure that during lifts, sideways twisting is avoided 4. The maximum lift or lowering per minute should be 1 lift/lower every 4-5 minutes 5. Shift rotation for the lifting of the timber wood should ensure that the total time spent daily in lifting does not exceed 2 hours per worker. This will ensure that each worker does the physically demanding task of lifting and not limited to only one worker. Conclusion In conclusion, certain…

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    The musculoskeletal and energy system. The musculoskeletal system is made up of muscles, bones, ligaments, tendons and cartilage. Each part of the musculoskeletal system is controlled by the nervous system, an impulse from the nervous system results in a contraction of muscle, shortening it, causing the bone to which it is attached to move. The musculoskeletal system aids movement of the body, as well as helping to maintain posture as well as the production of heat If an Athlete takes part…

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    standardized grading scale for the diagnosis of ESGD. The scale is from Grade 0 to Grade 4, with Grade 0 being no ulceration, Grade 1 indicating a thickening of the protective layer (hyperkeratosis), Grade 2 indicating the disturbance of the squamous lining or small lesions, Grade 3 indicating multiple areas of deep tissue damage to the squamous lining, and Grade 4 being of the most extensive damage, resulting in a loss of normal stomach lining and deep ulceration (Sutton, 2014, p. 371; Sykes,…

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    will express our recommendations for how to develop and implement successful ergonomic workstations for clinical laboratory technologists. Literature Review As a result of modern day technology, extended computer use has become more common in the work environment. Research shows a correlation between an increase in neck and upper back musculoskeletal pain and intensive computer use among workers. The increase in work-related upper quadrant musculoskeletal pain (WRUQMP) is both an individual…

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    foundational studies and theories were established. These “schools of thought” were differentiated by support for either rational or natural systems as well as administrative practices. Central themes across the literature examined the primary differences between rational and natural systems and the selected schools of thought. Theories such as “Taylor’s Scientific Management”, “Fayol’s Administrative Theory”, “Weber’s Theory of Bureaucracy”, and “Simon’s Theory of Administration Behavior”…

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    They explain how the activity system define a group of people who share a common goal or motive. I completely agree on how an activity system allow certain communities are structurally connected. This is a great way to help you understand community relationships. Activity system is a good system because it “sees all aspects of activity as shaped over time by people’s social interactions with each other and the tools they use” (1). Everyone is in an activity system even if you don’t realize it.…

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