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Miners VWF Claims
Vibration White Finger(VWF), is an industrial injury caused by repetitive use of vibrating hand-held machinery such as pneumatic drills. This injury is common among coal miners who had to work repetitively with vibrating machinery. Vibration white finger:
- Affects the nerves and muscles in the hand and forearm
- Affects the blood vessels in the hand and forearm
- Causes tingling and numbness in the fingers due to the restriction of blood flow to the fingers
- Cause restricted blood flow which causes the fingers to go white, hence the name
- Can flare up due to cold temperatures
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