URINARY ELIMINATION OF CATECHOLAMINES AS AN INDICATION OF STRESS RESPONSE IN MAN.
Final rept. 1 Dec 61-30 Nov 62,
LANKENAU HOSPITAL RESEARCH INST PHILADELPHIA PA
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Results of the present investigation show that the urinary output of catecholamines cannot be used as a practical index to estimate the work stress imposed on an individual. The ratio FFAglucose in the blood appears to be a more reliable and sensitive index under standardized conditions. Author