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1949 83
1950 125
1951 178
1952 252
1953 409
1954 601
1955 699
1956 479
1957 370
1958 313
1959 288
1960 324
1961 373
1962 319
1963 616
1964 793
1965 626
1966 772
1967 1008
1968 1118
1969 1242
1970 1335
1971 1555
1972 1462
1973 1664
1974 1620
1975 1325
1976 1316
1977 1143
1978 1131
1979 1214
1980 1230
1981 1193
1982 1300
1983 1335
1984 1442
1985 1560
1986 1454
1987 1384
1988 1395
1989 1444
1990 1445
1991 1579
1992 1504
1993 1451
1994 1443
1995 1463
1996 1387
1997 1596
1998 1567
1999 1370
2000 1422
2001 1447
2002 1483
2003 1560
2004 1572
2005 1688
2006 1718
2007 1894
2008 1950
2009 1866
2010 1987
2011 2026
2012 2027
2013 2043
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2015 2135
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2017 2079
2018 1891
2019 860
2020 14
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Body temperature and sleep.
Szymusiak R. Handb Clin Neurol 2018 - Review. PMID 30454599
Sleep in mammals is accompanied by a decrease in core body temperature (CBT). The circadian clock in the hypothalamic suprachiasmatic nucleus regulates daily rhythms in both CBT and arousal states, and these rhythms are normally coupled. ...Reductions in sympathetic tone to the peripheral vasculature resulting in heat loss through the skin are reflected in a sleep-related increase in distal skin temperature that is a prominent feature of sleep onset in humans. ...
Sleep in mammals is accompanied by a decrease in core body temperature (CBT). The circadian clock in the hypothalamic suprachi …
Recent advances in thermoregulation
Tansey EA and Johnson CD. Adv Physiol Educ 2015 - Review. PMID 26330029 Free article.
Thermoregulation is the maintenance of a relatively constant core body temperature. Humans normally maintain a body temperature at 37°C, and maintenance of this relatively high temperature is critical to human survival. ...Current research is presented concerning the body's detection of thermal challenge, peripheral and central thermoregulatory control mechanisms, including brown adipose tissue in adult humans and temperature transduction by the relatively recently discovered transient receptor potential channels. ...
Thermoregulation is the maintenance of a relatively constant core body temperature. Humans normally maintain a body
Central nervous system circuits that control body temperature.
Madden CJ and Morrison SF. Neurosci Lett 2019 - Review. PMID 30586638 Free PMC article.
Maintenance of mammalian core body temperature within a narrow range is a fundamental homeostatic process to optimize cellular and tissue function, and to improve survival in adverse thermal environments. Body temperature is maintained during a broad range of environmental and physiological challenges by central nervous system circuits that process thermal afferent inputs from the skin and the body core to control the activity of thermoeffectors. ...
Maintenance of mammalian core body temperature within a narrow range is a fundamental homeostatic process to optimize cellular …
The thermoregulation system and how it works
Romanovsky AA. Handb Clin Neurol 2018 - Review. PMID 30454596
Heat exchange processes between the body and the environment are introduced. The definition of the thermoneutral zone as the ambient temperature range within which body temperature (T(b)) regulation is achieved only by nonevaporative processes is explained. ...Thermopharmacology uses drugs to modulate specific temperature signals at the level of a thermoreceptor (transient receptor potential channel)....
Heat exchange processes between the body and the environment are introduced. The definition of the thermoneutral zone as the ambient …
Shivering Treatments for Targeted Temperature Management: A Review.
Jain A, et al. J Neurosci Nurs 2018 - Review. PMID 29278601 Free PMC article.
METHODS: The electronic databases PubMed/MEDLINE and Google Scholar were used to identify studies for the literature review using the following keywords alone or in combination: "shivering treatment," "therapeutic hypothermia," "core temperature modulation devices," and "targeted temperature management." ...CONCLUSION: An approach is provided which suggests that treatment for shivering control in targeted temperature management should be initiated before the onset of therapeutic hypothermia or prior to any attempt at lowering patient core temperature, with medications including acetaminophen, buspirone, and magnesium sulfate, ideally with the addition of skin counterwarming. ...
METHODS: The electronic databases PubMed/MEDLINE and Google Scholar were used to identify studies for the literature review using the follow …
Regulation of Body Temperature by Autonomic and Behavioral Thermoeffectors.
Schlader ZJ and Vargas NT. Exerc Sport Sci Rev 2019 - Review. PMID 30632999
For instance, in addition to changes in body temperature, skin wettedness and involuntary muscle contraction, which occur subsequent to sweating and shivering, likely modulate thermal behavior. ...
For instance, in addition to changes in body temperature, skin wettedness and involuntary muscle contraction, which occur subs …
Stress-induced changes in body temperature of silver-haired bats (Lasionycteris noctivagans).
Muise KA, et al. Physiol Behav 2018. PMID 29894759
One example of such a response is an increase in body temperature (T(b)) commonly referred to as stress-induced hyperthermia (SIH). ...We used a standardized protocol during which T(b) was measured (as rectal temperature) immediately upon handling and, again, several minutes later. ...
One example of such a response is an increase in body temperature (T(b)) commonly referred to as stress-induced hyperthermia ( …
Prediction of Core Body Temperature from Multiple Variables.
Richmond VL, et al. Ann Occup Hyg 2015. PMID 26268995
This paper aims to improve the prediction of rectal temperature (T re) from insulated skin temperature (T is) and micro-climate temperature (T mc) previously reported (Richmond et al., Insulated skin temperature as a measure of core body temperature for individuals wearing CBRN protective clothing. ...A stepwise multiple regression analysis was run to determine which of 30 variables (T is, T s at 11 sites, HR, f, T mc, temperature, and humidity inside the clothing front and back, body mass, age, body fat, sex, clothing, Thermal comfort, sensation and perception, and sweat rate) were the strongest on which to base the model. ...
This paper aims to improve the prediction of rectal temperature (T re) from insulated skin temperature (T is) and micro-climat …
Biophysical aspects of human thermoregulation during heat stress
Cramer MN and Jay O. Auton Neurosci 2016 - Review. PMID 26971392
Over the duration of a heat exposure, the cumulative imbalance between heat production and heat dissipation leads to body heat storage, but the consequent change in core temperature, which has implications for health and safety in occupational and athletic settings particularly among certain clinical populations, involves a complex interaction between changes in body heat content and the body's morphological characteristics (mass, surface area, and tissue composition) that collectively determine the body's thermal inertia. The aim of this review is to highlight the biophysical aspects of human core temperature regulation by outlining the principles of human energy exchange and examining the influence of body morphology during exercise and environmental heat stress. ...
Over the duration of a heat exposure, the cumulative imbalance between heat production and heat dissipation leads to body heat storag …
Temperature monitoring and perioperative thermoregulation.
Sessler DI. Anesthesiology 2008 - Review. PMID 18648241 Free PMC article.
Nonetheless, temperature can be reliably measured in most patients. Body temperature should be measured in patients undergoing general anesthesia exceeding 30 min in duration and in patients undergoing major operations during neuraxial anesthesia. Core body temperature is normally tightly regulated. All general anesthetics produce a profound dose-dependent reduction in the core temperature, triggering cold defenses, including arteriovenous shunt vasoconstriction and shivering. ...
Nonetheless, temperature can be reliably measured in most patients. Body temperature should be measured in patients und …
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