Intra-articular temperatures of the knee in sports – An in-vivo study of jogging and alpine skiing

  title={Intra-articular temperatures of the knee in sports – An in-vivo study of jogging and alpine skiing},
  author={Christoph Maria Becher and Jan Springer and Sven Feil and Guiliano Cerulli and Hans Heinrich Paessler},
  journal={BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders},
  pages={46 - 46}
BACKGROUND Up to date, no information exists about the intra-articular temperature changes of the knee related to activity and ambient temperature. METHODS In 6 healthy males, a probe for intra-articular measurement was inserted into the notch of the right knee. Each subject was jogging on a treadmill in a closed room at 19 degrees C room temperature and skiing in a ski resort at -3 degrees C outside temperature for 60 minutes. In both conditions, temperatures were measured every fifteen… CONTINUE READING

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