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    ISSN: 1439-6327
    Keywords: Rectal temperature ; Mean body temperature ; Mean skin temperature ; Maximum heart rate ; Maximum body temperature
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Medicine
    Notes: Summary Twenty-three male subjects performed submaximal exercise at approximately 80% $$\dot VO_2$$ max on a bicycle ergometer. Rectal temperature, skin temperatures, and heart rate measurements were taken during the exercise and during the corresponding recovery periods. The lag in body temperature (rectal temperature and mean body temperature) responses at the onset of exercise or recovery from exercise was shown in comparison with heart rate. Certain differences existed in the relationship between body temperature and heart rate during the exercise and the recovery period. The correlation coefficient of body temperature with heart rate was high from the 24th min of exercise until the 21st min of the recovery period. The regression equation of post-work rectal temperature on heart rate at moderate work loads (approximately 80% $$\dot VO_2$$ max) in the present study was similar to the equation at light work loads (25∼35% $$\dot VO_2$$ max) for data reported from different laboratories. However, at the termination of exercise the regression equation of rectal temperature on heart rate at light work loads from different laboratories does not agree with the equation of rectal temperature on heart rate at moderate exercise, in the present study. There is good agreement with the equation from the maximum state at a moderate exercise (times of maximum heart rate against maximum body temperature). The correlation coefficients for rectal temperature on heart rate at the maximum state were high. The relationship between body temperature and heart rate at the termination of light exercise is similar to that between these two parameters at the maximum state for moderate exercise.
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