alexa The regional distribution of sweating,
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General Science

Journal of Ergonomics

Author(s): JS Weiner

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Kuno's monograph (1934) contains a review of studies which have been made of the variations in the rate of sweating on different parts of the body. The data available refer only to a number of small areas of a few scattered over the surface of the body. A complete analysis of the contribution made by separate anatomical regions such as the arms, legs, trunk, head and neck, to the total sweat loss does not appear to have been made. In addition, there is a lack of data on the changes in the rate of sweating in such regions, when, for some reason, the rate as a whole increases. In this paper an attempt to achieve a complete partition of sweat loss according to such anatomical regions is described

This article was published in JPhysiol and referenced in Journal of Ergonomics

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