Mechanisms of Autonomic Dysfunction Associated with Extreme Exertional Heat Stroke and Potential Efficacy of Novel Pharmacological Treatments
Technical Report,01 Sep 2010,30 Sep 2014
IOWA UNIV IOWA CITY IOWA CITY
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This project was designed to evaluate a novel approach in the treatment of heat-related injury, in an animal model, and hypothesized that the identification of changes in ANS regulation associated with chronic exertional heat stress may hold a key to 1 determining a primary cause of heat-related maladies, and 2 designing effective prevention andor treatment approaches.
- Stress Physiology
- Medicine and Medical Research
- Military Forces and Organizations