Leo C. Senay

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Four trained men worked 4 h/day at 40-50% of their maximum aerobic capacity first for 3 days at 25 degrees C db, 18 degrees C wb and then for 10 consecutive days at 45 degrees C db, 32 degrees C wb. Between days 1 and 2 of heat exposure mean total circulating protein (TCP) and plasma volume (PV) increased 11.6% and 9%, respectively. Preexposure TCP and PV(More)
Four trained young men worked for 4 h/day at 40-50% of their maximum aerobic capacity first for 3 days at 25 degrees C db, 18 degrees C wb, and then for 10 consecutive days at 45 degrees C db, 32 degrees C wb. This portion of the study was mainly concerned with central circulatory changes during acclimatization. The central circulatory adaptation to work(More)
Seven cases of lipofibromatous hamartomas of the median and ulnar nerve wee seen. Three were treated conservatively, and four had radical surgical excision. The three conservatively treated patients, seen over 20 years ago, were lost to follow-up. Four hand centers stated that these masses do not regress on conservative treatment. Follow-up evaluation of 1,(More)
1. Four females (21-25 yr) were exposed to 43.3 degrees C dry bulb, 28-29 degrees C wet bulb, for 10 hr both early and late in two menstrual cycles. During the experiments in one cycle, the subjects were rehydrated while during the experiments in another cycle, the subjects were allowed to progressively dehydrate.2. Rates of weight loss and oral(More)
Four trained young men, worked for 4 h/day at 43-50% of their maximum aerobic capacity for 3 days at 25 degrees C db, 18 degrees C wb and then for 10 consecutive days at 45 degrees C db, 32 degrees C wb. Their thermal status was assessed using direct calorimetry. As a group, the men showed classical acclimization responses, but there were marked individual(More)
Five men underwent a 2-wk exercise regimen and were then exposed to 45 degrees C db, 28 degrees C wb, wind speed 1 m/s for 12 h while at rest. Body weight was maintained with 0.1% saline. One week later the exposure was repeated without rehydration. After heat acclimatization, the 12-h experiments were repeated. Frequent body weights, rectal temperatures,(More)
1. Ten male subjects were trained in stair stepping for 2 weeks. Group A (six subjects) was thereupon sequentially exposed for 45 min to dry bulb temperatures of 20, 40 and 30 degrees C, a vapour pressure of 10-11 mm Hg and a wind speed of 1 m/sec in a climate tunnel. While temperature changes were being effected the subjects rested in an antechamber. Group(More)
Four male Caucasians were studied during cycle ergometer exercise and stair stepping in a hot wet environment (32 degrees C db, 30 degrees C wb) after exertion was equated by matching heart rates during training. With each exercise, one session was conducted after 24 h of water deprivation, the other 50 min after ingestion of an amount of water equal to 1%(More)