Application of electronic infrared image recording to heat-stress research.
J Biol Photogr Assoc 1973 Oct; 41(4):136-138
The combination of electronic infrared image recording with conventional photography appears to be a very useful and convenient method in the environmental physiology/heat-stress laboratory. Furthermore, observations of changes in the prominence of the superficial venous pattern of the human chest appear to be a sensitive measurement procedure for determining vasomotor control of body thermoregulation.
NIOSH-Publication; NIOSH-Grant; Temperature-regulation; Thermal-stress; Stress-measurement; Infrared-detectors; Physiological-effects; Environmental-test-chambers; Measurement-instrumentation; Thermographs; Circulatory-system; Body-temperature
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Journal of the Biological Photographic Association
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