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|metadata.conference.dc.title:||Factors Affecting Hand Grip Strength and Its Evalution: A Systemic Review.|
|metadata.conference.dc.contributor.*:||Monaharan., Vengata Subramani ; FPHS UniKL RCMP.|
Sundaram., Subramanian Ganesh ; FPHS UniKL RCMP.
Jason., Jacob Isaac ; FPHS UniKL RCMP.
|metadata.conference.dc.publisher:||International Journal of Physiotherapy and Research.|
|metadata.conference.dc.identifier.citation:||Monaharan.,Vengata Subramani, Sundaram.,Subramanian Ganesh & Jason.,Jacob Isaac. (2015). Factors Affecting Hand Grip Strength and Its Evalution: A Systemic Review. Factors Affecting Hand Grip Strength and Its Evalution: A Systemic Review. International Journal of Physiotherapy and Research. 3(6), pp 1288-1293. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.16965/ijpr.2015.193.|
|metadata.conference.dc.description.abstract:||Hand is a vital and inevitable organ for humans. It functions start from a fine to gross motor activities. Many daily functions and sports events require high activity of hands. Hand and forearm muscles are important in grip strength. The American society of hand therapist (ASHT) recommended testing protocol in which the subject is seated upright against the back of a chair with flat on the floor. A literature survey covering the fields of ergonomics, medicine, biology and anthropology was conducted to develop a database. We suggest that a standard method is needed to enable more consistent measurement of grip strength and better assessment.|
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