THE PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS FOR VARIOUS CONSTITUENTS IN SURVIVAL RATIONS. PART 3. THE EFFICIENCY OF YOUNG MEN UNDER CONDITIONS OF MOIST HEAT APPENDICES OF METHODS AND ORIGINAL DATA
ILLINOIS UNIV AT URBANA
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From June 22, 1955, through July 27, 1955, 100 volunteer airmen served as subjects in a study of survival rations in moist heat at Camp Atterbury, Indiana. The original data collected during the 36-day period of study on these 100 volunteer airmen are detailed in these appendices. In addition, special studies are reported on renal osmotic regulation and chemical analysis of sweat. A method for analyzing ketone bodies in blood, urine, and sweat is described together with a full report of alterations in ketone body metabolism observed during the 1954 winter study at Camp McCoy and the l955 summer study at Camp Atterbury.
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