Vibration White Finger

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Vibration White Finger - (noun)


An industrial injury that is caused by the continuous operation of hand-held vibrating machinery. Also known as Raynaud’s syndrome, dead finger, or hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS).


Source: Adapted from Wikepedia
Example of Use: You are in danger of suffering of vibration white-finger if you regularly work with hammer drills or chipping hammers.