Oct 25, 2011

Computer Users Affected Vulnerable Blood Clots

For your heavy computer users need to be vigilant, because sitting for hours in front of the computer could increase the risk of blood penggumpakan. This phenomenon is similar to the risk that gave rise to economy-class syndrome who experienced long-distance passengers. Once the diagnosis of a team of doctors from New Zealand over the man sitting at the computer every day for 12 hours often without interspersed with stands.

The man actually had no risk factors for blood clots known as venous thromboembolism. Blood clots that form in the body that does not move, walk into the lungs. Dr. Richard Beasley of the Medical Research Institute of New Zealand and his colleagues called the disorder is called as 'eThombosis'.

Given the increasingly high computer users for work, recreation and personal communication, the threat of eThombosis very sensible, they reported in the European Respiratory Journal. Male patient had previously experienced swelling in the calf felt very sick. Swelling was gone within ten days, but four weeks later he had developed severe breathing difficulties. The peak he lost consciousness and had to be brought to the hospital. He has regained consciousness after being given blood-thinning medication.

To prevent eThomobis, computer users should be sure to rest as he moved his leg movements while in front of your monitor. Another device from a computer that can cause disease is the mouse. According to a study of two research teams AAL Denmark, they concluded that too many clicks on the mouse can cause pain in hands and neck.

The first study conducted by Dr. Chris Jensen and colleagues from The National Institute of Occupational Health Copenghagen, found that using a computer for 3-4 hours with more than 100 clicks will experience the highest risk for a number of problems in the hand or wrist. In fact, those who use the mouse almost half a day will experience the same risk.

It involved at least 3500 workers at 11 companies in Denmark. "The problem lies not only in mouse but rather a repetition click on the button," explains Dr. Chris Jensen. Studies conducted by The ayang kedu Odense University Hospital, Herning Hospital andGlostrup and found that those who use the mouse for 30 hours a week will run the risk of pain in the neck eight times higher.

The study involving about 7000 technical assistants and machine technicians almost a year to conclude, that workers like designers who are constantly using the mouse at all times they are a lot of complaining about pain in hands and neck. Unfortunately, it did not participate in the research examined the type mouse in conjunction with pain. In fact, the study is intended to stimulate the development of the mouse a healthier and safer for users. And experts say the risk of illness can occur at any time and mouselah one trigger.

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