ELEVATION OF INTERNAL BODY TEMPERATURES DURING TRANSIENT HEAT LOADS AND AT THERMAL EQUILIBRIUM
NAVAL MEDICAL RESEARCH INST BETHESDA MD
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Thermoregulatory responses of human subjects undergoing heat stress were studied utilizing a variety of environmental conditions, clothing, and work rates. Internal body temperatures were measured in the lower esophagus, ear tympanic membrane, and the rectum. Skin temperatures, heart rate, sweat rate, and metabolic rate were also measured.
- Stress Physiology