Implications of an adjustable bed height during standard nursing tasks on spinal motion, perceived exertion and muscular activity
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|Contributors:||Caboor, D.E.; Verlinden, M.O.; Zinzen, E.; Van Roy, P.; Van Riel, M.P.; Clarys, Jan Pieter|
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