• Chemistry
  • Published 2014

Aspirin ingestion does not alter the onset or slope of local sweat rate during whole-body passive heat stress (1104.12)

@inproceedings{Carter2014AspirinID,
  title={Aspirin ingestion does not alter the onset or slope of local sweat rate during whole-body passive heat stress (1104.12)},
  author={Stephen J. Carter and Robert L. Herron and S. Zeb Akers and Ann B. Collins and Jonathan E. Wingo},
  year={2014}
}
Aspirin ingestion does not alter the onset or slope of local sweat rate during whole-body passive heat stress Stephen J. Carter, Robert L. Herron, S. Zeb Akers, Ann B. Collins, Jonathan E. Wingo. Department of Kinesiology, The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487 Aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid; ASA) is a commonly prescribed over-the-counter drug. As a fever suppressant ASA may interfere with normal hypothalamic-mediated temperature regulation. We sought to determine if varying doses of… CONTINUE READING