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Clinical Trial
. 1997;(5):35-8.

[Experimental Bases of the Use of Pharmacologic Agents Aimed at Higher Heat Resistance of Humans as Means of Individual Protection]

[Article in Russian]
  • PMID: 9235216
Clinical Trial

[Experimental Bases of the Use of Pharmacologic Agents Aimed at Higher Heat Resistance of Humans as Means of Individual Protection]

[Article in Russian]
V I Makarov et al. Med Tr Prom Ekol. .

Abstract

A group of volunteers was exposed to action of heating microclimate (ambient temperature 30 +/- 1 degrees C, relative humidity 35 +/- 5%) and other critical occupation factors (physical loading, personal protective equipment). They received simultaneously one of the medicines: placebo, bemethyl (0.5 g), phenibut (0.25 g), obsidan (0.08 g), or phenibut (0.25 g) combined with obsidan (0.08 g). Combined phenibut (0.25 g) with obsidan (0.08 g) were proved to be the most effective method to increase stability of the human body against studying critical occupational factors.

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