International Archives of Clinical Physiology is an open access, peer reviewed multidisciplinary journal focusing on diagnosing disorders of various organs and systems in the body such as the heart, lungs, kidneys, gastrointestinal, peripheral vessels, and urinary tract. The research is dedicated to develop the evaluations of a number of pathologic processes. All the Published articles are peer reviewed, and upon editorial acceptance are made available for readers to download and read online.
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Open Access DOI:10.23937/iacph-2017/1710001
Braian M Beker, Camila Cervellera, Antonella De Vito and Carlos G Musso
Article Type: Review Article | First Published: March 31, 2018
The interest in the human body physiological capacity to adapt to extreme heat and cold conditions has increased enormously in the last few decades because of global warming and the consequent changing temperatures. The human body has multiple thermoregulatory mechanisms to counter the external extreme temperatures whose main objective is to keep temperature homeostasis within normal values. As exposure time to these stressful conditions increases and the external temperature becomes even more e...
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