RSI


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RSI

abbr.
repetitive strain injury

RSI

Abbreviation for:
rapid sequence induction 
rapid sequence intubation 
repetitive strain injury
repetitive stress injury
Rough Sleepers Initiative, see there
Rush Sexual Inventory

RSI

Abbreviation for rapid sequence intubation.

RSI

Abbrev. for repetitive strain injury, a form of OVERUSE INJURY.

RSI

repetitive strain injury

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RSI is an annual, summer program consisting of one week of theoretical classroom work, followed by four-and-a-half weeks of research with a professor or research scientist in the students' respective areas of interest.
Some don't get RSI after performing the same task as somebody who does have it, so it may stem from the brain becoming confused by a repetitive task.
To provide pre-hospital RSI safely and effectively, the following three aspects require consideration.
lt;strong>Centerline Crossover</strong><br> The centerline for RSI is 50.
This is totally unnecessary as RSI can often be avoided with advice on appropriate equipment and safe working practices from occupational health physiotherapists.
The RSI Association provides advice, support and a range of information.
Richard Southorn, Information Manager for the RSI Association, says health problems at work are nothing new -instead they've been well documented for almost 300 years in jobs such as clerical work and telegraphy.
As I was contemplating my cloudy occupational future, half my acquaintances suddenly seemed to come down with RSI.
Timed perfectly alongside the National Restaurant Association Show May 16th -- 19th, join RSI in their new Chicago office space during their open house event Sunday May 17, 2015.
Forrest Michael, RSI '90 of the University of Washington - Chemistry
RSI Development: Building Houses Better, Faster, Cheaper
Neil Wheatley, President of RSI, commented that RSI is also pleased that a cooperative effort between the companies resulted in identification of the materials and their source, and settlement of the litigation.