Telemetry pill versus rectal and esophageal temperature during extreme rates of exercise-induced core temperature change.

@article{Teunissen2012TelemetryPV,
  title={Telemetry pill versus rectal and esophageal temperature during extreme rates of exercise-induced core temperature change.},
  author={Lennart P.J. Teunissen and Arnold de Haan and Jos J. de Koning and Hein A. M. Daanen},
  journal={Physiological measurement},
  year={2012},
  volume={33 6},
  pages={915-24}
}
Core temperature measurement with an ingestible telemetry pill has been scarcely investigated during extreme rates of temperature change, induced by short high-intensity exercise in the heat. Therefore, nine participants performed a protocol of rest, (sub)maximal cycling and recovery at 30 °C. The pill temperature (T(pill)) was compared with the rectal temperature (T(re)) and esophageal temperature (T(es)). T(pill) corresponded well to T(re) during the entire trial, but deviated considerably… CONTINUE READING

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