Non-thermal influences on the control of skin blood flow have minimal effects on heat transfer during exercise.

@article{Nadel1986NonthermalIO,
  title={Non-thermal influences on the control of skin blood flow have minimal effects on heat transfer during exercise.},
  author={E. Nadel},
  journal={The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine},
  year={1986},
  volume={59},
  pages={321 - 327}
}
  • E. Nadel
  • Published 1986 in The Yale journal of biology and medicine
During exercise, circulatory reflexes ensure that the cardiac output is sufficiently elevated to meet the oxygen delivery requirements of the contracting skeletal muscles and the heat delivery requirements of the body to the skin. The latter requirements are met by increasing skin blood flow. These increases are largely driven by elevations in the body temperatures, although non-thermal effects on the control of skin blood flow occur in certain conditions. These effects are largely the… CONTINUE READING

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