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Cold provocation tests for the diagnosis of vibration-induced white finger

M. J. Griffin

Cold provocation tests for the diagnosis of vibration-induced white finger

standardisation and repeatability

by M. J. Griffin

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Published by HSE Books in [Sudbury] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementM.J. Griffin and C.J. Lindsell, Human Factors Research Unit, Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, University of Southampton.
SeriesHSE contract research report -- 173
ContributionsLindsell, C. J., Great Britain. Health and Safety Executive.
The Physical Object
Pagination30cm.44.
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22401813M
ISBN 10071761574X
OCLC/WorldCa60164331

A critique of a UK standardized test of finger rewarming after cold provocation in the diagnosis and staging of hand–arm vibration syndrome H. J. Mason, K. Poole and J. Saxton1 Background M.J. Griffin, C.J. Lindsell Cold provocation tests for the diagnosis of vibration-induced white finger: standardisation and repeatability. Contract Research Report #!iso:stden.

Arneklo-Nobin B, Johansen K, Sjöberg T. The objective diagnosis of vibration-induced vascular injury. Scand J Work Environ Health. Aug; 13 (4)– Pyykkö I, Färkkilä M, Korhonen O, Starck J, Jäntti V. Cold provocation tests in the evaluation of vibration-induced white finger. Scand J Cold provocation digital plethysmography showed cold-induced vasospastic disease in the feet, but not in the hands. Conclusions This case illustrates a condition descriptively termed ‘vibration-white foot’: a disease analogous to HAVS arising after segmental vibration exposure to the feet. Further research is required to increase awareness

2 ABSTRACT Objectives — To investigate prospectively the relation between vibration-induced white finger (VWF) and measures of cumulative (lifetime) exposure to hand-transmitted vibration (HTV). Methods — Two hundred and forty-nine HTV workers and control men of the same companies participated in a three-year follow up ?doi=&rep=rep1&type=pdf. G riffin M.J., L indsell C.J. Cold provocation tests for the diagnosis of vibraion-induced white finger: standardisation and repeatability. Contract Research Report #!iso:stden.


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Cold provocation tests for the diagnosis of vibration-induced white finger by M. J. Griffin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cold provocation tests in the evaluation of vibration-induced white finger. Pyykkö I, Färkkilä M, Korhonen O, Starck J, Jäntti V. Two types of cold provocation tests, a classical test with immersion of the hand in cold water and the evaluation of finger systolic blood pressure (FSBP) during local cooling, were administered to forest ://   Cold provocation tests for the diagnosis of vibration-induced white finger: standardisation and repeatability.

CRR/ Keywords: Cold, provocation tests, diagnosis, vibration-induced, white finger, standardisation, repeatability, HAVs, CRR/, Research report Cold provocation tests in the evaluation of vibration-induced white finger Article (PDF Available) in Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health 12(4 Spec No) September with Finger systolic blood pressure (FSBP) measurement during finger cooling is a feasible method for the diagnosis of vibration-induced white finger (VWF).

The standardization of the FSBP test is required. The final draft of an international standard for the measurement and evaluation of FSBP (ISO/DIS ) has been proposed in The aim of this review is to overview factors influencing the Finger systolic blood pressure (FSBP) measurement during finger cooling is a feasible method for the diagnosis of vibration-induced white finger (VWF).

The standardization of the FSBP test is Finger systolic blood pressure (FSBP) measurement during finger cooling is a feasible method for the diagnosis of vibration-induced white finger (VWF). The standardization of the FSBP test is required. The final draft of an international standard for the measurement and evaluation of FSBP (ISO/DIS ) has been proposed in A multicenter study (six Rosai hospitals around Japan) was performed to investigate the diagnostic value of changes in finger systolic blood pressure (FSBP) after segmental local cooling for vibration-induced white finger (VWF).

Subjects were men without exposure to vibration and men with occupational vibration exposure. They were classified into four groups: Group A, unexposed This study aimed to explore the diagnostic ability of the cold provocation test with hands immersion in water at 10°C for 5 min in diagnosing vibration-induced white finger (VWF).

Finger skin temperature (FST) was measured in 20 VWF patients and 20 matched healthy controls, at palmar side of the distal phalanges of fingers from both hands before, during, and after hands immersion in water at Effect of room temperature on tests for diagnosing vibration-induced white finger: finger rewarming times and finger systolic blood pressures.

Ye Y(1), Griffin MJ(2). Author information: (1)Human Factors Research Unit, Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, Aims: To follow up vibration induced white finger (VWF) in a selected group of 73 vibration exposed workers who claimed unsuccessfully for VWF compensation at a first examination.

Methods: The VWF claimants were sent to our unit by the National Insurance Institute. The basic compensatory criteria included a positive history of VWF and abnormal cold response of the digital ://   (46) Yoshimura M, Laskar MS, Shirono S, Iwamoto M, Harada N, Finger skin temperature during cold-stress tests involving water at 10°C for 10 minutes and at 15°C for 3 minutes for diagnosis of hand-arm vibration syndrome.

In: Proceedings. 35th Meeting of the UK Group on Human Response to :// This study investigates the effects of room temperature on two standard tests used to assist the diagnosis of vibration-induced white finger (VWF): finger rewarming times and finger systolic blood pressures.

Twelve healthy males and twelve healthy females participated in four sessions to obtain either finger skin temperatures (FSTs) during cooling and rewarming of the hand or finger systolic Cold provocation finger thermometry and plethysmography are commonly used objective tests for the vascular component of HAVS.

Aim To examine the correlation between the cold provocation tests and SWS vascular stage. A secondary goal was to evaluate the correlation between cold provocation finger plethysmography and thermometry ://   This study investigates the effects of room temperature on two standard tests used to assist the diagnosis of vibration-induced white finger (VWF): finger rewarming times and finger systolic blood healthy males and twelve healthy females participated in four sessions to obtain either finger skin temperatures (FSTs) during cooling and rewarming of the hand or finger systolic The diagnosis of vibration-induced white finger (VWF) is difficult, often relying on medical interview and history.

The condition is characterized by an exaggerated vasoconstriction of digital arteries in response to cold. Cold provocation tests for the diagnosis of vibration-induced white finger: standardization and repeatability.

Contract Keywords: Hand-arm vibration, HAVS, Cold-provocation, Diagnosis, Vibration white finger stimulus. The most commonly applied test involves immersion of the hands in cold water for a period of time to elicit cold-induced vasoconstriction.

The recovery of finger skin temperature following the cold   Background Vibration-induced white finger (VWF) is the vascular component of the hand–arm vibration syndrome (HAVS).

Two tests have been standardised so as to assist the diagnosis of VWF: the measurement of finger rewarming times and the measurement of finger systolic blood pressures (FSBPs).

Objectives This study investigates whether the two tests distinguish between G riffin M.J., L indsell C.J. Cold provocation tests for the diagnosis of vibration-induced white finger: standardization and repeatability.

Contract Research Report /, HSE Books, Sudbury, Suffolk, [25] H irai M., N ielsen S.L., L assen S.L. Blood pressure measurement of all five fingers by strain gauge plethysmography. Scand. J #!iso:stden. BACKGROUND A cold provocation test is used to assess the presence and extent of the peripheral vascular disorders in the upper extremities of workers exposed to hand-arm vibration.

A quantitative evaluation of vascular response to cold provocation is determined by measuring the finger skin temperature. In the study two methods of cold exposure were used to assess the effect of water [Comparison-of-recovery-time-in-a-cold. Cold provocation tests for the diagnosis of vibration-induced white finger Standardisation and repeatability.

By M. Griffin, C. Lindsell and London (United Kingdom) Health and Safety Executive. ://. This study was carried out in order to evaluate finger skin temperature by cold provocation test(10℃ for 10 minute) for the diagnosis of hand-arm vibration syndrome Methods: Fifty-eight workers who had been exposed to local vibration were ://Bovenzi M () Finger systolic blood pressure indices for the diagnosis of vibration-induced white finger.

Int Arch Occup Environ Health –28 Google Scholar. Braunwald E () Regulation of the circulation. ISO/DIS Part 2 () Mechanical vibration and shock—cold provocation tests for the assessment of peripheral vascular Key words: cold provocation test, finger systolic blood pressure, Raynaud's phenomenon, standardization, vibration-induced white finger References (1) Olsen N, Hagberg M, Ekenvall L, Futatsuka M, Harrison J, Nasu Y, Welsh C, Yamada S, Yoshida M.

Clinical and laboratory diagnostics of vascular sympoms induced by hand-arm