repetitive lifting test

(redirected from weight-carrying test)

re·pet·i·tive lift·ing test

(rĕ-pet'i-tiv lift'ing test)
A measurement of a patient's response to intermittent static effort combined with light to moderate work.
Synonym(s): weight-carrying test.
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