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Physiological adaptations in diving vertebrates.
  • H. Andersen
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Physiological reviews
  • 1 April 1966
Total Calorimetric Measurements on Citellus lateralis in Hibernation
TLDR
Homeothermism in endotherms (and in ectotherms when possible) is an active process achieved by the CNS acting upon specialized behavioral and physiological responses to control the rates of heat production and/ or loss or gain to the end that the internal temperature is controlled. Expand
The reflex nature of the physiological adjustments to diving and their afferent pathway.
  • H. Andersen
  • Medicine
  • Acta physiologica Scandinavica
  • 1 June 1963
TLDR
It has been found that the circulatory as well as the respiratory adjustments to water immersion of the head are medullary reflexes entirely independent of higher levels of the central nervous system, although the basic reflex, of course, may be influenced by activity in higher centers when the latters are intact. Expand
Physiological adjustments to prolonged diving in the American alligator, Alligator mississippiensis.
  • H. Andersen
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Acta physiologica Scandinavica
  • 1 September 1961
TLDR
Results indicate that the “diving reflexes” occur in a wide variety of vertebrate divers belonging to different phylogenetic groups and enable the alligator to make the limited oxygen stores last throughout prolonged periods of submersion. Expand
Iron deficiency and muscular work performance. An evaluation of the cardio-respiratory function of iron deficient subjects with and without anaemia.
TLDR
The study results show that iron deficiency anemia impairs the working capacity of patients by placing an excessively increased load on the cardiorespiratory functions. Expand
Adjustment of sleep and the circadian temperature rhythm after flights across nine time zones.
TLDR
Monitoring of sleep-wake patterns and the circadian temperature rhythm was monitored in nine Royal Norwegian Air-force volunteers operating P-3 aircraft during a westward training deployment across nine time zones and interindividual differences in adjustment of the temperature rhythm were correlated with some of the personality measures. Expand
Neck injury sustained during exposure to high-G forces in the F16B.
  • H. Andersen
  • Medicine
  • Aviation, space, and environmental medicine
  • 1988
TLDR
The accelerative forces in HPF aircraft can cause serious injury to the cervical spine and its supporting structures in the neck, and lightweight helmets reduce the medical hazards imposed upon aviators in the high-G environment. Expand
A note on the composition of alveolar air in the diving duck.
  • H. Andersen
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Acta physiologica Scandinavica
  • 1 April 1959
. The oxygen-carbon dioxide diagram obtained in two successive dives performed by domestic ducks are different in shape, the curve for the first dive shows a conspicuous S-shape, whereas theExpand
Fibre components and cortical projections of the elbow joint nerve in the cat.
TLDR
The extent of the cortical projection areas of the elbow joint nerve was mapped and the role of the two receptor groups in the neural mechanism of kinesthesis is discussed. Expand
Modifications of the febrile response to pyrogen by hypothalamic heating and cooling in the unanesthetized dog.
TLDR
In the experiments in which the pyrogenic action was enhanced by hypothalamic cooling a“hyperfever” was produced. Expand
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