The thermoregulation of pregnant women during aerobic exercise in the water: a longitudinal approach

@article{Mcmurray1990TheTO,
  title={The thermoregulation of pregnant women during aerobic exercise in the water: a longitudinal approach},
  author={Robert G Mcmurray and Michael Joseph Berry and Vern Louis Katz and Dr. Georg Gr{\"a}tzer and Robert C. Cefalo},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology},
  year={1990},
  volume={61},
  pages={119-123}
}
SummaryTwelve women early in their pregnancies were recruited to examine thermoregulation during immersion and exercise in the water (30° C). Their responses were compared at 15, 25 and 35 weeks of pregnancy as well as 10–12 weeks post pregnancy to determine whether the responses differ between the gravid and non-gravid woman or were modified during pregnancy. Rectal temperature, mean skin temperature, heat storage, and evaporation were similar during immersion or exercise during the 15th, 25th… CONTINUE READING
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