[Behavior of free catecholamines in blood and urine of ambulance men and physicians during quick responses].


Free urine adrenaline, noradrenaline, (additional free plasma catecholamines in the physicians), and blood lactate were determined in 11 ambulance men and 5 physicians to assess stress during medical service. Stress was evaluated employing a stress index, based on difficulties in driving, traffic, severity of injuries or illness. Emergency cases with… (More)


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