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In a typical shift, nurses perform dozens of small actions that could put them at risk for carpal tunnel syndrome: pushing the plunger of syringes, pressing blood pressure bulbs, tapping into keyboards. Nurses are among the workers with the highest levels of overexertion injuries, and occupational health researchers are seeking interventions that could reduce that risk.

Nurses at risk for carpal tunnel