Stephan J Rudzki

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The reduction of core body temperature (T(C)) is vitally important in the treatment of hyperthermia; however, little is known regarding the impact of cooling treatments on the autonomic control of heart rate (HR). The aim of the present study was to examine the influence of three field-based hyperthermia treatments on the neural control of HR via heart rate(More)
PURPOSE To contrast the effects of three postcooling techniques in reducing body core temperature (Tc) in exercise-induced hyperthermic participants on the cessation of exercise. METHODS Eleven healthy active male volunteers were cooled during a 40-min period using three different methods: ice packs to the neck, axillae, and groin (ICE); water spray and(More)
Twenty male triathletes (R 18-39 mean = 27.5 yrs) provided blood and faecal samples during intense training, pre-race taper and post-competition. All answered a closed-end questionnaire on intake of aspirin, NSAIDS, Vitamin C, iron and red meat. History of GIT blood loss and training distances were also obtained. Blood samples were taken on three occasions(More)
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