Jay M. Kapellusch
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Prevalence and incidence of carpal tunnel syndrome in US working populations: pooled analysis of six prospective studies
AM Dale, C Harris-Adamson, D Rempel, F Gerr, K Hegmann, B Silverstein, ...
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health 39 (5), 495, 2013
Biomechanical risk factors for carpal tunnel syndrome: a pooled study of 2474 workers
C Harris-Adamson, EA Eisen, J Kapellusch, A Garg, KT Hegmann, ...
Occupational and environmental medicine 72 (1), 33-41, 2015
Personal and workplace psychosocial risk factors for carpal tunnel syndrome: a pooled study cohort
C Harris-Adamson, EA Eisen, AM Dale, B Evanoff, KT Hegmann, ...
Occupational and environmental medicine 70 (8), 529-537, 2013
Long-term efficacy of an ergonomics program that includes patient-handling devices on reducing musculoskeletal injuries to nursing personnel
A Garg, JM Kapellusch
Human factors 54 (4), 608-625, 2012
The effect of maximum voluntary contraction on endurance times for the shoulder girdle
A Garg, KT Hegmann, BJ Schwoerer, JM Kapellusch
International journal of industrial ergonomics 30 (2), 103-113, 2002
The Strain Index (SI) and Threshold Limit Value (TLV) for Hand Activity Level (HAL): risk of carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) in a prospective cohort
A Garg, J Kapellusch, K Hegmann, J Wertsch, A Merryweather, ...
Ergonomics 55 (4), 396-414, 2012
Applications of biomechanics for prevention of work-related musculoskeletal disorders
A Garg, JM Kapellusch
Ergonomics 52 (1), 36-59, 2009
Dexterity as measured with the 9-Hole Peg Test (9-HPT) across the age span
YC Wang, RW Bohannon, J Kapellusch, A Garg, RC Gershon
Journal of Hand Therapy 28 (1), 53-60, 2015
Important factors influencing the return to work after stroke
YC Wang, J Kapellusch, A Garg
Work 47 (4), 553-559, 2014
Short-cycle overhead work and shoulder girdle muscle fatigue
A Garg, K Hegmann, J Kapellusch
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 36 (6), 581-597, 2006
The NIOSH lifting equation and low-back pain, Part 1: Association with low-back pain in the backworks prospective cohort study
A Garg, S Boda, KT Hegmann, JS Moore, JM Kapellusch, P Bhoyar, ...
Human Factors 56 (1), 6-28, 2014
Psychophysical basis for maximum pushing and pulling forces: A review and recommendations
A Garg, T Waters, J Kapellusch, W Karwowski
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 44 (2), 281-291, 2014
Prevalence of low back pain by anatomic location and intensity in an occupational population
MS Thiese, KT Hegmann, EM Wood, A Garg, JS Moore, J Kapellusch, ...
BMC musculoskeletal disorders 15 (1), 1-11, 2014
Relationships between job organisational factors, biomechanical and psychosocial exposures
SS Bao, JM Kapellusch, AS Merryweather, MS Thiese, A Garg, ...
Ergonomics 59 (2), 179-194, 2016
Hand-grip strength: normative reference values and equations for individuals 18 to 85 years of age residing in the United States
YC Wang, RW Bohannon, X Li, B Sindhu, J Kapellusch
journal of orthopaedic & sports physical therapy 48 (9), 685-693, 2018
The Revised Strain Index: an improved upper extremity exposure assessment model
A Garg, JS Moore, JM Kapellusch
Ergonomics 60 (7), 912-922, 2017
Exposure-response relationships for the ACGIH threshold limit value for hand-activity level: results from a pooled data study of carpal tunnel syndrome
JM Kapellusch, FE Gerr, EJ Malloy, A Garg, C Harris-Adamson, SS Bao, ...
Scand J Work Environ Health, 2014
Job analysis techniques for distal upper extremity disorders
A Garg, JM Kapellusch
Reviews of Human Factors and Ergonomics 7 (1), 149-196, 2011
The WISTAH hand study: a prospective cohort study of distal upper extremity musculoskeletal disorders
A Garg, KT Hegmann, JJ Wertsch, J Kapellusch, MS Thiese, D Bloswick, ...
BMC musculoskeletal disorders 13 (1), 1-17, 2012
The strain index and TLV for HAL: risk of lateral epicondylitis in a prospective cohort
A Garg, JM Kapellusch, KT Hegmann, MS Thiese, AS Merryweather, ...
American journal of industrial medicine 57 (3), 286-302, 2014
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