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ERGONOMICS-THE LAW OF WORKING
Asian Pacific Journal of Health Sciences
Ergonomics, the science that studies human stress and strain related to activities, has one primary objective-to prevent work related musculoskeletal disorders, or symptoms that aggravate these disorders. Repeated unnatural, deviated or inadequate working postures, forceful hand movements, inadequate equipment or workplace designs and inappropriate work patterns are likely to be the particular risk factors. The application of ergonomics to dentistry, or dento-ergonomics, can increase efficiencydoi:10.21276/apjhs.2014.1.4.24 fatcat:ug4buxi3njcc5cbmoi2kasausy