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Upper extremity exoskeleton evaluation for masonry works at an elevated work platform

In this study, we explored the technical efficacy (both benefits and risks) of various upper-body passive exoskeletons in reducing the risks of musculoskeletal injuries while performing masonry tasks on an elevated Mast Climbing Work Platform (MCWP). This study made a significant positive impact on improving the health and performance of masonry construction workers through the use of effective human-exoskeleton cooperation.

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