Temperatures of skin, subcutaneous tissue, muscle and core in resting men in cold, comfortable and hot conditions

@article{Webb1992TemperaturesOS,
  title={Temperatures of skin, subcutaneous tissue, muscle and core in resting men in cold, comfortable and hot conditions},
  author={Paul Webb},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology},
  year={1992},
  volume={64},
  pages={471-476}
}
To examine the core-shell model of temperature distribution and the possible role of subcutaneous temperature in heat regulation, comprehensive temperature measurements were made on six nude resting men exposed for 2–3 h to comfort (27° C), cold (15° C) and heat (45° C). Cold produced strong shivering and heat caused heavy sweating. Temperatures were recorded every 10 min from: esophagus, rectum and auditory canal; back muscle and thigh muscle at 20 mm and 40 mm depths; 6 subcutaneous sites… CONTINUE READING

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