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VDU

VDU

Abbr. for “visual display unit.”

VDU

(Video Display Unit) May refer to any display system such as a monitor or data projector. See VDT, monitor and data projector.
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Also physical tests (such as Phalen's, reverse Phalen's, Tinel's and carpal compression test), even when combined, do not guarantee a reliable diagnosis without ultrasound and/or nervous conduction studies [1-3,21]: a large number of epidemiological studies on CTS in VDU workers are based on self-referred symptoms and the risk of CTS cases is over-reported.
Turint omenyje, kad respondentai buvo nuolatiniu studiju studentai, jiems nebuvo suteikta galimybe rinktis vien tik nuotolini mokymosi buda, kadangi anglu kalbos mokymas (-is) VDU yra intensyvus--penki kartai per savaite.
The screens - also known as visual display units (VDUs), monitors and display screens - are often blamed for a variety of health problems such as headaches or eyestrain.
Migraine is triggered by a number of factors, not just by VDUs. Some find it can be cheese or red wine.
The distance at which interception of data is possible is limited to several meters, while in the VDU case separation distances may be much larger.
Production on the unit has been cut back because the VDU could not process residual crude being produced by the CDU.
Yes, employers should make arrangements for VDU users to have regular eyesight tests.
Why have my eyes been worse since I've been using a VDU?
A shed was also was broken into in Faultlands Close, Nuneaton and a blue and white Honda 50cc moped, registration VDU 688X, stolen.
A command electronic cockpit management system which monitors and controls car radio, telephone, navigation and TV through a VDU.
NEW YORK: Philadelphia Energy Solutions (PES) restarted a vacuum distillation unit (VDU) at its Philadelphia refinery after planned work, according to a source familiar with the situation.
The other is not so obvious in that it enables the patient to adopt a more natural posture when working at a visual display unit (VDU) screen or performing their general working duties.