2009-04-28 02:00 (News)
The University Hospital in Malmö buys two systems for measurement of hand and foot sensitivity from VibroSense Dynamics AB.
Professor Lars Dahlin is an expert in the field of neurological injuries and treatment in hands. The new systems will be used to give quantitative data on sensitivity in... Read more »
2009-01-20 01:00 (News)
Adhesia is a large occupational health care company in Belgium. Dr Herman Duprez introduced the Vibrosense Meter in mid-October for use in the examination of individuals who are exposed to vibrations.
2009-01-20 01:00 (News)
Company doctors and company nurses attended a one day training session in medical screening in connection with the use of vibrating tools at work. This was run under the auspices of the Occupational and Environmental Health Clinic at the Örebro University Hospital on November 24.
Exposure to... Read more »
2008-11-17 01:00 (News)
Volvo Aero in Trollhättan have acquired a Vibrosense Meter from Vibrosense Dynamics AB. The system is being used to detect possible nerve damage as a result of working with vibrating tools. The contact person at Volvo Aero is Bengt Herou.
2008-10-01 02:00 (News)
Professor Mats Hagberg has ordered a second Vibrosense Meter. A Vibrosense Meter is already in use at the Occupational and Environmental Health Clinic at the Sahlgrenska hospital in Gothenberg. The new system is to be used in a research project headed by Professor Hagberg and Senior Physician Lars... Read more »
2008-09-16 02:00 (News)
”HVC Ljungby has many customers, a lot of whose employees work with pneumatic vibrating hand tools. That led HVC to start measuring the amount of vibration these individuals were exposed to. The system we used then was DOS-based. When the Windows-based Vibrosense Meter became available in 2006, we... Read more »
2008-09-09 02:00 (News)
Anders Billing at Säfflehälsan (Säffle Health) initiated a study at Volvo Buses in Säffle, north of Gothenburg, in order to evaluate the Vibrosense Meter in a practical context. In all, 14 people from different departments were examined using the Vibrosense meter over a period of about a day. The... Read more »
2008-09-06 02:00 (News)
There are some 30,000 building workers in the Stockholm region, many of whom risk injuries due to vibrations at their workplaces. Thomas Kullberg, in charge of environmental issues at the Stockholm branch of the union, invited 600 senior industrial safety officers to an information meeting on... Read more »
2008-09-06 02:00 (News)
Where the risks are, how health is affected and how one carries out medical examinations are issues to be presented by Senior Physician Lars-Gunnar Gunnarsson, Occupational Hygienist Peter Berg, and Senior Physician Leif Aringar.
The practical implementation of the examinations will be presented by... Read more »
2007-03-09 18:50 (News)
We chose Vibrosense, an objective measuring instrument to detect neuropathy before the symptoms appear.'. Manpower Health Partners -- Region East. Read more about this occupational health care organisation at