Subacromial shoulder disorders among baggage handlers: an observational cohort study

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Subacromial shoulder disorders among baggage handlers : an observational cohort study. / Thygesen, Lau Caspar; Mikkelsen, Sigurd; Pedersen, Ellen Bøtker; Møller, Karina Lauenborg; Alkjær, Tine; Koblauch, Henrik; Simonsen, Erik B.; Møller, Sanne Pagh; Brauer, Charlotte.

I: International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health, Bind 89, Nr. 5, 07.2016, s. 867–876.

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Thygesen, LC, Mikkelsen, S, Pedersen, EB, Møller, KL, Alkjær, T, Koblauch, H, Simonsen, EB, Møller, SP & Brauer, C 2016, 'Subacromial shoulder disorders among baggage handlers: an observational cohort study', International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health, bind 89, nr. 5, s. 867–876. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00420-016-1127-5

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Thygesen, L. C., Mikkelsen, S., Pedersen, E. B., Møller, K. L., Alkjær, T., Koblauch, H., ... Brauer, C. (2016). Subacromial shoulder disorders among baggage handlers: an observational cohort study. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health, 89(5), 867–876. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00420-016-1127-5

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Thygesen LC, Mikkelsen S, Pedersen EB, Møller KL, Alkjær T, Koblauch H o.a. Subacromial shoulder disorders among baggage handlers: an observational cohort study. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health. 2016 jul;89(5):867–876. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00420-016-1127-5

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Thygesen, Lau Caspar ; Mikkelsen, Sigurd ; Pedersen, Ellen Bøtker ; Møller, Karina Lauenborg ; Alkjær, Tine ; Koblauch, Henrik ; Simonsen, Erik B. ; Møller, Sanne Pagh ; Brauer, Charlotte. / Subacromial shoulder disorders among baggage handlers : an observational cohort study. I: International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health. 2016 ; Bind 89, Nr. 5. s. 867–876.

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abstract = "PURPOSE: To assess the influence of cumulative employment as baggage handler on the risk of incident subacromial shoulder disorders. Baggage handling is characterized by repetitive work primarily consisting of heavy lifting in awkward positions and time pressure.METHODS: This cohort study is based on the Copenhagen Airport Cohort consisting of unskilled men with employment at Copenhagen Airport and unskilled men with employment in other firms in the Greater Copenhagen area during the period 1990-2012. Only men were included. We followed the cohort in the National Patient Register and Civil Registration System. The primary exposure was cumulative years of employment as a baggage handler, and the primary outcome was diagnoses and surgical treatment of subacromial shoulder disorders.RESULTS: The cohort contained 3396 baggage handlers and 63,909 workers in the reference group. Baggage handlers with longer cumulative years of employment had higher incidence compared to baggage handlers with shorter employment; for example, baggage handlers with 10-19 years of employment had incidence rate ratio of 2.07 (95 {\%} confidence interval, 1.27-3.38) compared to baggage handlers with less than 3 years of employment. Spline regression showed an increase in incidence within the first few years after employment whereupon the increased risk remained constant for longer employment. Baggage handlers had increased incidence in younger ages than the reference population.CONCLUSIONS: In this large cohort study, we found increased incidence of subacromial shoulder disorders for workers with longer cumulative years of employment. These results support that long-term lifting in awkward positions and time pressure influences the risk of subacromial shoulder disorders.",
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T1 - Subacromial shoulder disorders among baggage handlers

T2 - an observational cohort study

AU - Thygesen, Lau Caspar

AU - Mikkelsen, Sigurd

AU - Pedersen, Ellen Bøtker

AU - Møller, Karina Lauenborg

AU - Alkjær, Tine

AU - Koblauch, Henrik

AU - Simonsen, Erik B.

AU - Møller, Sanne Pagh

AU - Brauer, Charlotte

PY - 2016/7

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N2 - PURPOSE: To assess the influence of cumulative employment as baggage handler on the risk of incident subacromial shoulder disorders. Baggage handling is characterized by repetitive work primarily consisting of heavy lifting in awkward positions and time pressure.METHODS: This cohort study is based on the Copenhagen Airport Cohort consisting of unskilled men with employment at Copenhagen Airport and unskilled men with employment in other firms in the Greater Copenhagen area during the period 1990-2012. Only men were included. We followed the cohort in the National Patient Register and Civil Registration System. The primary exposure was cumulative years of employment as a baggage handler, and the primary outcome was diagnoses and surgical treatment of subacromial shoulder disorders.RESULTS: The cohort contained 3396 baggage handlers and 63,909 workers in the reference group. Baggage handlers with longer cumulative years of employment had higher incidence compared to baggage handlers with shorter employment; for example, baggage handlers with 10-19 years of employment had incidence rate ratio of 2.07 (95 % confidence interval, 1.27-3.38) compared to baggage handlers with less than 3 years of employment. Spline regression showed an increase in incidence within the first few years after employment whereupon the increased risk remained constant for longer employment. Baggage handlers had increased incidence in younger ages than the reference population.CONCLUSIONS: In this large cohort study, we found increased incidence of subacromial shoulder disorders for workers with longer cumulative years of employment. These results support that long-term lifting in awkward positions and time pressure influences the risk of subacromial shoulder disorders.

AB - PURPOSE: To assess the influence of cumulative employment as baggage handler on the risk of incident subacromial shoulder disorders. Baggage handling is characterized by repetitive work primarily consisting of heavy lifting in awkward positions and time pressure.METHODS: This cohort study is based on the Copenhagen Airport Cohort consisting of unskilled men with employment at Copenhagen Airport and unskilled men with employment in other firms in the Greater Copenhagen area during the period 1990-2012. Only men were included. We followed the cohort in the National Patient Register and Civil Registration System. The primary exposure was cumulative years of employment as a baggage handler, and the primary outcome was diagnoses and surgical treatment of subacromial shoulder disorders.RESULTS: The cohort contained 3396 baggage handlers and 63,909 workers in the reference group. Baggage handlers with longer cumulative years of employment had higher incidence compared to baggage handlers with shorter employment; for example, baggage handlers with 10-19 years of employment had incidence rate ratio of 2.07 (95 % confidence interval, 1.27-3.38) compared to baggage handlers with less than 3 years of employment. Spline regression showed an increase in incidence within the first few years after employment whereupon the increased risk remained constant for longer employment. Baggage handlers had increased incidence in younger ages than the reference population.CONCLUSIONS: In this large cohort study, we found increased incidence of subacromial shoulder disorders for workers with longer cumulative years of employment. These results support that long-term lifting in awkward positions and time pressure influences the risk of subacromial shoulder disorders.

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JO - International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health

JF - International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health

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