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RSIRepetitive Strain Injury
RSIRelative Strength Index
RSIRoberts Space Industries (Los Angeles, CA)
RSIRepetitive Stress Injury
RSIRehabilitation Services, Inc. (various locations)
RSIRégime Social des Indépendants
RSIRogers Sugar Inc.(Canada)
RSIRoofing/Siding/Insulation (magazine)
RSIRadio Svizzera Italiana (Italian: Italian Swiss Radio)
RSIRapid Sequence Intubation
RSIR-value (thermal resistance) Système International
RSIRegional System Integrators
RSIRs422 Serial Interface
RSIReused Source Instructions
RSIRelational Software Inc.
RSIRequests for Supplemental Information
RSIRuntime Schema Information
RSIRepetitive Strain Injuries
RSIRapid Sequence Induction
RSIRelative Strength Indicator
RSIResearch Services, Inc. (various locations)
RSIRequired Supplementary Information (financial statements)
RSIReference Safety Information
RSIRetorno Sobre Investimento (Portuguese: Return on Investment)
RSIRadiotelevisione Svizzera Di Lingua Italiana (Italian: Italian Language Radio, Switzerland)
RSIRetour sur Investissement (French: Return on Investment)
RSIRadio Singapore International
RSIResearch Science Institute
RSIRèglement Sanitaire International (French: International Health Regulations; World Health Organization)
RSIRice Space Institute (Rice University)
RSIRadarsat International
RSIRationalization, Standardization, and Interoperability (US DoD)
RSIReligious Science International (Science of Mind)
RSIResources, Science and Industry (various organizations)
RSIRacquet Sports Industry (publication; California)
RSIRemotely Sensed Imagery
RSIRadio Slovakia International
RSIRecycling Services Inc
RSIResponse-Stimulus Interval (psychology)
RSIRoadway Safety Improvement (various locations)
RSIRoller Squad Institut (French roller skating club)
RSIRetirement and Survivors Insurance (Social Security Administration)
RSIRadio Satellite Integrators, Inc.
RSIResort at Singer Island (Florida)
RSIRecherche en Soins Infirmiers (journal)
RSIRockwell Software Inc.
RSIResidual Self-Image (The Matrix)
RSIRoadside Interview (transport survey method)
RSIRouter Solutions, Inc. (various locations)
RSIRéseaux et Systèmes d'Information (French: Networks and Information Systems)
RSIReusable Surface Insulation
RSIResolution Systems Institute (Chicago, IL)
RSIResponse-Service-Innovation, Inc. (Texas)
RSIReimbursable Suitability Investigation (US OPM)
RSIRemote Site Incubator (fish hatchery)
RSIRemote Surface Inspection
RSIRequest for Supplemental Information
RSIResource Systems Institute
RSIRadiation Solutions Inc. (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada)
RSIResearch Summer Institute (MIT)
RSIRoad Safety International
RSIRepubblica Sociale Italian (Italian: Fascist Italian Republic, Salò, Italy)
RSIRecovery Systems International (Charlotte, NC)
RSIRadiation Status Indicator
RSIRemote Status Indicator
RSIResources Systems Inc
RSIReplication Server Interface
RSIRadial Scientific Instrument
RSIReplacement Stream Input
RSIRajendra Singh - Institute
RSIRadar Sensitivity Improvement
RSIRecord Status Indicator
RSIReceipt, Storage, & Issue
RSIReel Start Institute
RSIRequirement Services Interface (testing methodology for use case analysis)
RSIRequest Service Initiation Message (FIPS)
RSIRick Stanley, Inc (New York, NY)
RSIRelated Standardization Interoperability
RSIReliance Surety & Insurance Company, Inc. (Manilla)
RSIRadiological Systems, Inc.
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After researching what was on the market, it was soon apparent there were no comfortable solutions for victims of wrist pain and repetitive strain injuries. We are a small company of only 3 employees and our hopes is to get wristease in the hands of all computer users worldwide.
Repetitive strain injuries are examined with a look at alternative treatments.
Speaking of the text, Yale Health Care's content is a healthy mix of detailed information (the lead story on repetitive strain injuries, for example, runs about two pages), staff news, reader input (in the form of members' questions answered), a page of book reviews, quick takes, and a calendar of wellness programs.
Repetitive strain injuries, or RSIs, is a phrase that refers to a number of ailments that afflict the muscles, nerves, and tendons in a person's upper extremities.
And youngsters who spend hours surfing the Internet could face years of agony from bad posture and repetitive strain injuries, according to experts.
There are also links to Web-based support groups and Internet discussion groups for those concerned about repetitive strain injuries and other ergonomic problems related to technology use.
A comprehensive review of scientific research found "compelling scientific evidence" that many repetitive strain injuries are job-related, according to a report released by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).
What are repetitive strain injuries? Repetitive strain injuries can occur when you repeat the same task over and over, like assembly line workers or those who sit at keyboards for long periods of time.
Taken together, these guidelines and exercises can help computer users develop healthier work habits, prevent repetitive strain injuries (including Carpal Tunnel Syndrome), reduce eye strain, and enhance their performance, productivity and comfort.
However, prolonged and repetitive pipetting sessions pose the risk of strain and fatigue, which can result in repetitive strain injuries (RS1) and less reproducible results.
The unit eliminates the need for alcohol based lubricants in assembly while potentially reducing the risk of operator repetitive strain injuries by removing the need for manual force.
London, Mar 11 (ANI): Two former beauty therapists, who sued Virgin Atlantic after they developed repetitive strain injuries from giving massages to businessmen, have won 300,000 pounds in compensation.
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