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Prevalence of upper extremity pain among traffic police, Lahore, Pakistan

Ghanea Ahmad, Fahad Tanveer, Ashfaq Ahmad, Syed Amir Gillani.

Abstract
Objective: To determine the prevalence of upper extremity pain among traffic police of the Lahore, Pakistan.
Methodology: In this cross-sectional survey, data of 384 subjects was collected through a convenient sampling technique via self-structured questionnaire. Those participants were included in the study who were working more than 11 hours a day. Data was analyzed by SPSS version 21.
Results: A total of 384 subjects were in the study. Ages were between 30 to 40 years (mean 33 2.86). Out of 384, 253(66%) were right-handed.263 (69%) had upper extremity pain and 206(54%) had radiating pain to the other regions. They showed 3-point degree pain on visual analogue scale (VAS).
Conclusion: We conclude that 69% who were aged between 30 to 40 years had upper extremity pain.

Key words: Upper extremity pain, pain intensity, traffic police.


 
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Ghanea Ahmad, Fahad Tanveer, Ashfaq Ahmad, Syed Amir Gillani. Prevalence of upper extremity pain among traffic police, Lahore, Pakistan. RMJ. 2018; 43(1): 64-67.


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Ghanea Ahmad, Fahad Tanveer, Ashfaq Ahmad, Syed Amir Gillani. Prevalence of upper extremity pain among traffic police, Lahore, Pakistan. RMJ. (2018), [cited June 18, 2019]; 43(1): 64-67.



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Ghanea Ahmad, Fahad Tanveer, Ashfaq Ahmad, Syed Amir Gillani (2018) Prevalence of upper extremity pain among traffic police, Lahore, Pakistan. RMJ, 43 (1), 64-67.



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Ghanea Ahmad, Fahad Tanveer, Ashfaq Ahmad, Syed Amir Gillani. 2018. Prevalence of upper extremity pain among traffic police, Lahore, Pakistan. Rawal Medical Journal, 43 (1), 64-67.



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Ghanea Ahmad, Fahad Tanveer, Ashfaq Ahmad, Syed Amir Gillani. "Prevalence of upper extremity pain among traffic police, Lahore, Pakistan." Rawal Medical Journal 43 (2018), 64-67.



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Ghanea Ahmad, Fahad Tanveer, Ashfaq Ahmad, Syed Amir Gillani. "Prevalence of upper extremity pain among traffic police, Lahore, Pakistan." Rawal Medical Journal 43.1 (2018), 64-67. Print.



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Ghanea Ahmad, Fahad Tanveer, Ashfaq Ahmad, Syed Amir Gillani (2018) Prevalence of upper extremity pain among traffic police, Lahore, Pakistan. Rawal Medical Journal, 43 (1), 64-67.








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