Changes in body core temperatures and heat balance after an abrupt release of lower body negative pressure in humans.

Abstract

Changes in body core temperature (T(cor)) and heat balance after an abrupt release of lower body negative pressure (LBNP) were investigated in 5 volunteers under the following conditions: (1) an ambient temperature (Ta) of 20 degrees C or (2) 35 degrees C, and (3) Ta of 25 degrees C with a leg skin temperature of 30 degrees C or (4) 35 degrees C. The leg… (More)

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