Aural canal, esophageal, and rectal temperatures during exertional heat stress and the subsequent recovery period.

@article{Gagnon2010AuralCE,
  title={Aural canal, esophageal, and rectal temperatures during exertional heat stress and the subsequent recovery period.},
  author={Daniel Gagnon and Bruno B Lemire and Ollie Jay and Glen P. Kenny},
  journal={Journal of athletic training},
  year={2010},
  volume={45 2},
  pages={157-63}
}
CONTEXT The measurement of body temperature is crucial for the initial diagnosis of exertional heat injury and for monitoring purposes during a subsequent treatment strategy. However, little information is available about how different measurements of body temperature respond during and after exertional heat stress. OBJECTIVE To present the temporal responses of aural canal (T(ac)), esophageal (T(es)), and rectal (T(re)) temperatures during 2 different scenarios (S1, S2) involving exertional… CONTINUE READING

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