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1952 19
1953 10
1954 13
1955 15
1956 13
1957 23
1958 20
1959 10
1963 1
1964 3
1965 28
1966 92
1967 153
1968 184
1969 205
1970 225
1971 229
1972 242
1973 310
1974 319
1975 278
1976 314
1977 310
1978 316
1979 318
1980 358
1981 345
1982 360
1983 335
1984 348
1985 404
1986 411
1987 370
1988 389
1989 413
1990 371
1991 435
1992 374
1993 405
1994 381
1995 359
1996 327
1997 390
1998 359
1999 303
2000 291
2001 348
2002 323
2003 299
2004 313
2005 379
2006 345
2007 413
2008 402
2009 323
2010 307
2011 337
2012 329
2013 294
2014 272
2015 275
2016 287
2017 261
2018 247
2019 105
2020 1
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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." ...Pharmacologic methods can effectively control shivering, but some have adverse effects, such that risks and benefits to the patient have to be balanced. ...
METHODS: The electronic databases PubMed/MEDLINE and Google Scholar were used to identify studies for the literature review using the follow …
Sweating as a heat loss thermoeffector
Gagnon D and Crandall CG. Handb Clin Neurol 2018 - Review. PMID 30454591
The evaporation of sweat provides by far the greatest potential for heat loss and it represents the only means of heat loss when air temperature exceeds skin temperature. ...Sweating increases in proportion with the intensity of the thermal challenge in an attempt of the body to attain heat balance and maintain a stable internal body temperature. ...
The evaporation of sweat provides by far the greatest potential for heat loss and it represents the only means of heat loss when air temp
Daytime melatonin and light independently affect human alertness and body temperature.
Lok R, et al. J Pineal Res 2019 - Clinical Trial. PMID 31033013 Free PMC article.
Melatonin and core body temperature levels at those times of day may contribute to differences in alerting effects of light. ...Alertness and performance were assessed half hourly, while body temperature and skin temperature were measured continuously. ...
Melatonin and core body temperature levels at those times of day may contribute to differences in alerting effects of l …
Effects of morphine on body temperature of squirrel monkeys of various ages.
Clark SM, et al. Brain Res Bull 1983. PMID 6850359
To learn whether the temperature-altering effects of an opiate are increased in aged primates, injections of morphine sulfate (0.5-4 mg/kg) were given SC in randomly assigned order to squirrel monkeys ranging in age from 3.5 to over 17 years. ...Thus in these primates, as in other species such as the rat, lower doses of morphine usually evoked hyperthermia, but sufficiently high doses caused body temperature to fall. ...
To learn whether the temperature-altering effects of an opiate are increased in aged primates, injections of morphine sulfate …
Antipsychotic inductors of brain hypothermia and torpor-like states: perspectives of application
Tarahovsky YS, et al. Psychopharmacology (Berl) 2017 - Review. PMID 27933367
Hypothermia and hypometabolism (hypometabothermia) normally observed during natural hibernation and torpor, allow animals to protect their body and brain against the damaging effects of adverse environment. ...Over the last years, many new agents have been discovered which were capable of lowering the body temperature and inhibiting the metabolism. ...
Hypothermia and hypometabolism (hypometabothermia) normally observed during natural hibernation and torpor, allow animals to protect their …
Effects of black cohosh and estrogen on core body and tail-skin temperatures in ovariectomized rats by telemetric monitoring with dual thermistor probes.
Sun Y, et al. Climacteric 2018. PMID 29323578
OBJECTIVES: To investigate the effects of black cohosh and estrogen on the temperature in ovariectomized rats, the core body temperature (CBT) and tail-skin temperature (TST) were simultaneously monitored and the relationship between these two temperatures was explored. ...During the last week of the treatments, the dynamic temperature profiles of the CBT and TST were collected. RESULTS: The average CBT and TST, TST fluctuation frequency, and the average amplitude fluctuation were significantly higher in OVX than in SHAM rats. ...
OBJECTIVES: To investigate the effects of black cohosh and estrogen on the temperature in ovariectomized rats, the core bod
MDMA and temperature: a review of the thermal effects of 'Ecstasy' in humans.
Parrott AC. Drug Alcohol Depend 2012 - Review. PMID 21924843
RESULTS: In human placebo-controlled laboratory studies, the effects of MDMA were dose related. Low doses had little effect, moderate doses increased body temperature by around +0.4°C, and higher doses caused a mean increase of +0.7°C. ...CONCLUSIONS: MDMA increases core body temperature and thermal stress in humans....
RESULTS: In human placebo-controlled laboratory studies, the effects of MDMA were dose related. Low doses had little effect, moderate …
5-HT(2A) Receptor Agonist-Induced Hyperthermia Is Induced via Vasoconstriction by Peripheral 5-HT(2A) Receptors and Brown Adipose Tissue Thermogenesis by Peripheral Serotonin Loss at a High Ambient Temperature.
Nakamura M, et al. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 2018. PMID 30206108
Recreational drugs such as 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine and cocaine induce hyperthermia, which is affected by ambient temperature. 2-(4-Bromo-2,5-dimethoxyphenyl)-N-(2-methoxybenzyl)ethanamine (25B-NBOMe), a selective agonist of 5-HT(2A) receptor used as a recreational drug, reportedly induces hyperthermia. ...Eight-week-old male Sprague-Dawley rats were administered intraperitoneal injection of 25B-NBOMe at an ambient temperature of 23°C or 29°C. 25B-NBOMe administration at 23°C did not change the core body temperature of the rats, whereas administration at 29°C induced significant hyperthermia 30-120 minutes postadministration. ...
Recreational drugs such as 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine and cocaine induce hyperthermia, which is affected by ambient temperature
2-Deoxy-D-glucose, not mercaptoacetate, induces a reversible reduction of body temperature in male desert hamsters (Phodopus roborovskii).
Chi QS, et al. J Therm Biol 2018. PMID 29301689
To examine the roles of availability of glucose and fatty acid in the initiation of torpor in desert hamsters (Phodopus roborovskii), we intraperitoneally administrated 2DG and MA to summer-acclimated male hamsters while body temperature (T(b)), metabolic rate (MR) and respiratory quotient (RQ) were simultaneously recorded to monitor their thermoregulatory response. 2DG induced a reversible reduction of T(b) in desert hamsters both at ambient temperature (T(a)) of 23°C and 5°C. ...Furthermore, the rapid decrease of T(b) and outstretched body posture in 2DG-treated hamsters suggest that the effects of 2DG were not simply mimicking the torpor pathways but that other mechanisms are involved. ...
To examine the roles of availability of glucose and fatty acid in the initiation of torpor in desert hamsters (Phodopus roborovskii), we int …
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