mean body temperature

mean body temperature

the CORE TEMPERATURE actually attained by behaviourally ther moregulating bradymetabolic animals (see BRADYMETABOLISM under natural conditions.
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One liter of fluid at room temperature will reduce the mean body temperature by approximately 0.25[degrees]C [5].
Thermal images (n=36) were reviewed in four women and two men (mean age, 48.8 +- 17.4 years and mean body temperature, 38.1 +- 0.33degC).
At the time of admission, the mean body temperature was 36.5[degrees]C, and the mean heart beat was 84.5 times/min.
Mean body temperature was calculated using the formula from Schmidt and Bruck (Schmidt and Bruck, 1981).
Mean body temperature ([T.sub.b], [degrees]C) was determined by the equation: [T.sub.b]=(0.2 x [T.sub.sk]) + (0.8 x core temperature) (23).
In this study, however, despite the elevated body temperature above normal in double versus single dose (mean body temperature: 38.5[+ or -] 0.7 and 37.18[+ or -]0.8 respectively and p<0.005), this rising did not increase during few hours and was not associated with serious systemic side effects.
As one litre of room temperature (21[degrees]C) fluid can decrease the patient's mean body temperature by 0.25[degrees]C, the effects of infusing cold fluids are additive, the higher the volume infused, the more drastic the drop in mean body temperature.
Mean body temperature value was highest at the first fitness test, 38.2[degrees]C and lowest at the third fitness test, 37.8[degrees]C.
Compared to AL animals, the mean body temperature was reduced in CR animals, while the amplitude of the body temperature rhythm was increased.
The mean body temperature on the Day of enrolment was 38.5[degrees]C (95% CI = 38.3-38.6) (Table 1).
Researchers found that the overall mean body temperature was similar in both the Thai and the German study groups but fluctuations in body temperature were on average twice as large in the Thai animals as in the German individuals.