Comparison of cranial/neck and inhalation rewarming from mild hypothermia

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DOIResolve DOI: http://doi.org/10.1139/h2004-056
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TypePresentation
Proceedings titleCanadian Journal of Applied Physiology
ConferenceProceedings of the 12th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Societe Canadienne de Physiologie de I'Exercice, Oct. 13th-16th, 2004, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
ISSN1543-2718
Volume29
IssueS1
PagesS95S95
AbstractSafe and effective rewarming methods from hypothermia, a sustained decrease in core temperature, remains a topic of contention. This study looked at the efficacy of targeting the head/neck for rewarming from mild hypothermia
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PublisherNRC Research Press
LanguageEnglish
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