An evaluation of dexterity and cutaneous sensibility tests for use with medical gloves

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Mylon, P.; Lewis, R.; Carré, M.J.; Martin, N.;
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
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    mesheuropmc: equipment and supplies | body regions | technology, industry, and agriculture

© 2015 Institution of Mechanical Engineers.The ability of selected dexterity and cutaneous sensibility tests to measure the effect of medical glove properties (material, fit, and number of layers) on manual performance was analyzed. Manual performance testing of gloves ... View more
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