What is Vibration White Finger?Guide to vibration white finger
What’s Vibration White Finger?
Vibration white finger is caused by a lack of blood circulation and is usually found in people who work with vibrating power tools. The symptoms of Vibration white finger include tingling hands and fingers, resulting in pain and discomfort, within minutes of using a vibrating power tool. It also makes the fingers appear white, due to the lack of blood supply and hence the name vibration white finger.
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