Core temperature measurement during supine exercise: esophageal, rectal, and intestinal temperatures.

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BACKGROUND The purpose of this study was to characterize intestinal temperature (T(in)) in comparison to esophageal (T(es)) and rectal temperature (T(re)) during supine exercise. METHODS Seven subjects completed a continuous supine protocol of 20 min of rest, 20 min of cycle exercise at 40% peak oxygen consumption (V(O2peak)), 20 min of cycle exercise at… (More)

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@article{Lee2000CoreTM, title={Core temperature measurement during supine exercise: esophageal, rectal, and intestinal temperatures.}, author={S. M. Lee and W. J. Williams and S M Fortney Schneider}, journal={Aviation, space, and environmental medicine}, year={2000}, volume={71 9}, pages={939-45} }