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Record #96763:

Sauna, shower, and ice water immersion. Physiological responses to brief exposures to heat, cool, and cold. Part 2. Circulation / Kyllikki Kauppinen.

Title: Sauna, shower, and ice water immersion. Physiological responses to brief exposures to heat, cool, and cold. Part 2. Circulation / Kyllikki Kauppinen.
Author(s): Kauppinen, Kyllikki.
Date: 1989.
In: Arctic Medical Research. (1989.), Vol. 48(2) (1989)
Abstract: Experiments with nine subjects. Results demonstrated decreased total peripheral resistance to blood flow in response to heat of sauna with concurrent increase in cardiac oxygen demand and negligible inrease in stroke work. Cold exposure increased resistance and stroke work but not cardiac oxygen demand.
Notes:

Arctic Medical Research. Vol. 48(2) :64-74 (1989).

Keywords: 612.1 -- Blood and circulation.
612.5 -- Body heat.
I -- Medicine and health.
SPRI record no.: 96763

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