Oral temperature as an index of core temperature during heat transients

@article{Mairiaux1983OralTA,
  title={Oral temperature as an index of core temperature during heat transients},
  author={Ph. Mairiaux and Jack Sagot and Victor Candas},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology},
  year={1983},
  volume={50},
  pages={331-341}
}
Rectal (Tre), oral (Tor) and oesophageal (Tes) temperatures were measured in five exercising subjects exposed for two hours to five conditions (1) a steady condition (WR) involving a constant work load (50 W) at a constant air temperature (Ta=36.5‡ C); (2) air temperature variations (δTa) between 28‡ C and 45‡ C and (3) between 23‡ C and 50‡ C at constant work load (50 W); (4) and (5) to work load variations (δW) between 25 W and 75 W at a constant Ta (=36.5‡ C). Oral temperature recordings… CONTINUE READING