Does physical exposure throughout working life influence chair-rise performance in midlife? A retrospective cohort study of associations between work and physical function in Denmark

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Does physical exposure throughout working life influence chair-rise performance in midlife? A retrospective cohort study of associations between work and physical function in Denmark. / Møller, Anne; Reventlow, Susanne; Hansen, Åse Marie; Andersen, Lars L; Siersma, Volkert; Lund, Rikke; Avlund, Kirsten; Andersen, Johan Hviid; Mortensen, Ole Steen.

In: B M J Open, Vol. 5, No. 11, e009873, 04.11.2015, p. 1-9.

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Møller, A, Reventlow, S, Hansen, ÅM, Andersen, LL, Siersma, V, Lund, R, Avlund, K, Andersen, JH & Mortensen, OS 2015, 'Does physical exposure throughout working life influence chair-rise performance in midlife? A retrospective cohort study of associations between work and physical function in Denmark', B M J Open, vol. 5, no. 11, e009873, pp. 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2015-009873

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Møller, A., Reventlow, S., Hansen, Å. M., Andersen, L. L., Siersma, V., Lund, R., ... Mortensen, O. S. (2015). Does physical exposure throughout working life influence chair-rise performance in midlife? A retrospective cohort study of associations between work and physical function in Denmark. B M J Open, 5(11), 1-9. [e009873]. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2015-009873

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Møller A, Reventlow S, Hansen ÅM, Andersen LL, Siersma V, Lund R et al. Does physical exposure throughout working life influence chair-rise performance in midlife? A retrospective cohort study of associations between work and physical function in Denmark. B M J Open. 2015 Nov 4;5(11):1-9. e009873. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2015-009873

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Møller, Anne ; Reventlow, Susanne ; Hansen, Åse Marie ; Andersen, Lars L ; Siersma, Volkert ; Lund, Rikke ; Avlund, Kirsten ; Andersen, Johan Hviid ; Mortensen, Ole Steen. / Does physical exposure throughout working life influence chair-rise performance in midlife? A retrospective cohort study of associations between work and physical function in Denmark. In: B M J Open. 2015 ; Vol. 5, No. 11. pp. 1-9.

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title = "Does physical exposure throughout working life influence chair-rise performance in midlife?: A retrospective cohort study of associations between work and physical function in Denmark",
abstract = "OBJECTIVES: Our aim was to study associations between physical exposures throughout working life and physical function measured as chair-rise performance in midlife.METHODS: The Copenhagen Aging and Midlife Biobank (CAMB) provided data about employment and measures of physical function. Individual job histories were assigned exposures from a job exposure matrix. Exposures were standardised to ton-years (lifting 1000 kg each day in 1 year), stand-years (standing/walking for 6 h each day in 1 year) and kneel-years (kneeling for 1 h each day in 1 year). The associations between exposure-years and chair-rise performance (number of chair-rises in 30 s) were analysed in multivariate linear and non-linear regression models adjusted for covariates.RESULTS: Mean age among the 5095 participants was 59 years in both genders, and, on average, men achieved 21.58 (SD=5.60) and women 20.38 (SD=5.33) chair-rises in 30 s. Physical exposures were associated with poorer chair-rise performance in both men and women, however, only associations between lifting and standing/walking and chair-rise remained statistically significant among men in the final model. Spline regression analyses showed non-linear associations and confirmed the findings.CONCLUSIONS: Higher physical exposure throughout working life is associated with slightly poorer chair-rise performance. The associations between exposure and outcome were non-linear.",
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T1 - Does physical exposure throughout working life influence chair-rise performance in midlife?

T2 - A retrospective cohort study of associations between work and physical function in Denmark

AU - Møller, Anne

AU - Reventlow, Susanne

AU - Hansen, Åse Marie

AU - Andersen, Lars L

AU - Siersma, Volkert

AU - Lund, Rikke

AU - Avlund, Kirsten

AU - Andersen, Johan Hviid

AU - Mortensen, Ole Steen

N1 - Published by the BMJ Publishing Group Limited. For permission to use (where not already granted under a licence) please go to http://www.bmj.com/company/products-services/rights-and-licensing/

PY - 2015/11/4

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N2 - OBJECTIVES: Our aim was to study associations between physical exposures throughout working life and physical function measured as chair-rise performance in midlife.METHODS: The Copenhagen Aging and Midlife Biobank (CAMB) provided data about employment and measures of physical function. Individual job histories were assigned exposures from a job exposure matrix. Exposures were standardised to ton-years (lifting 1000 kg each day in 1 year), stand-years (standing/walking for 6 h each day in 1 year) and kneel-years (kneeling for 1 h each day in 1 year). The associations between exposure-years and chair-rise performance (number of chair-rises in 30 s) were analysed in multivariate linear and non-linear regression models adjusted for covariates.RESULTS: Mean age among the 5095 participants was 59 years in both genders, and, on average, men achieved 21.58 (SD=5.60) and women 20.38 (SD=5.33) chair-rises in 30 s. Physical exposures were associated with poorer chair-rise performance in both men and women, however, only associations between lifting and standing/walking and chair-rise remained statistically significant among men in the final model. Spline regression analyses showed non-linear associations and confirmed the findings.CONCLUSIONS: Higher physical exposure throughout working life is associated with slightly poorer chair-rise performance. The associations between exposure and outcome were non-linear.

AB - OBJECTIVES: Our aim was to study associations between physical exposures throughout working life and physical function measured as chair-rise performance in midlife.METHODS: The Copenhagen Aging and Midlife Biobank (CAMB) provided data about employment and measures of physical function. Individual job histories were assigned exposures from a job exposure matrix. Exposures were standardised to ton-years (lifting 1000 kg each day in 1 year), stand-years (standing/walking for 6 h each day in 1 year) and kneel-years (kneeling for 1 h each day in 1 year). The associations between exposure-years and chair-rise performance (number of chair-rises in 30 s) were analysed in multivariate linear and non-linear regression models adjusted for covariates.RESULTS: Mean age among the 5095 participants was 59 years in both genders, and, on average, men achieved 21.58 (SD=5.60) and women 20.38 (SD=5.33) chair-rises in 30 s. Physical exposures were associated with poorer chair-rise performance in both men and women, however, only associations between lifting and standing/walking and chair-rise remained statistically significant among men in the final model. Spline regression analyses showed non-linear associations and confirmed the findings.CONCLUSIONS: Higher physical exposure throughout working life is associated with slightly poorer chair-rise performance. The associations between exposure and outcome were non-linear.

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DO - 10.1136/bmjopen-2015-009873

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JO - B M J Open

JF - B M J Open

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