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Evaluation of immobility time for sleep latency in actigraphy

Abstract BACKGROUND: Actigraphy has become an important tool in sleep research, however, most actigraphic models have had little evaluation of their sleep scoring software. Some reports have described poor agreement of actigraph and polysomnogram (PSG) results. In this study, we examined the accuracy of the Actiwatch-L instrument with Actiware((R)) software version 5.0 (Minimitter-Respironics, Bend, Oregon). […]

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Supplemental feedings increase self-selected work output during wildfire suppression

Abstract PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to determine the impact of supplemental feeding strategies on self-selected activity during wildland fire suppression. METHODS: Seventy-six wildland firefighters were studied in three experiments for three fire seasons. During the first two seasons, subjects consumed, in addition to their sack lunch, 1) liquid carbohydrate (CHO) (200 mL.h, […]

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Telemetry for Biosensor Systems

Excerpt This chapter will provide an overview of radio frequency (RF) telemetry systems by examining the design requirements of two contrasting systems: a wireless system designed to support Fast Scan Cyclic Voltammetry (FSCV) and a wireless system designed to support selective biosensors. Traditionally, RF design and analog circuit design were very complicated endeavors. Component interactions […]

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CCK-8 and PGE1: central effects on circadian body temperature and activity rhythms in rats

Abstract Cholecystokinin-octapeptide (CCK-8) has been shown to possess an acute thermogenic and hyperthermic action when given intracerebroventricularly in slightly restrained rats. To substantiate the febrile nature of that hyperthermia freely moving animals should be used and together with body core temperature, at least one behavioral parameter, such as general activity, should also be recorded. In […]

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Induced hyperthermia exacerbates neurologic neuronal histologic damage after asphyxial cardiac arrest in rats

Abstract BACKGROUND: Temperature is an important modulator of the evolution of ischemic brain injury–with hypothermia lessening and hyperthermia exacerbating damage. We recently reported that children resuscitated from predominantly asphyxial arrest often develop an initial spontaneous hypothermia followed by delayed hyperthermia. The initial hypothermia observed in these children was frequently treated with warming lights which, despite […]

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