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Human body temperature

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Normal human body temperature, also known as normothermia or euthermia, is a narrow ..... The blood supply to the tympanic membrane is shared with the brain. However, this method of measuring body t...

Blood temperature | Physics Forums - The Fusion of Science and ...

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Aug 3, 2012 ... Dear friends. I would like to know what is the normal temperature of human blood flow through coronary artery? What is the temperature of the ...

What is the temperature of human blood - Answers.com

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Human blood temperature is 38 degrees C or 100.4 degrees F. It is always slightly higher than the normal human body temperature of 37 degrees C or 98.6  ...

Vital Signs (Body Temperature, Pulse Rate, Respiration Rate, Blood ...

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Vital Signs (Body Temperature, Pulse Rate, Respiration Rate, Blood Pressure) ... that poses a threat to the health of humans, as well as to the environment.

pH, temperature and lactate production in human red blood cells ...

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Vox Sang. 1992;62(2):70-5. pH, temperature and lactate production in human red blood cells: implications for blood storage and glycolytic control. Guppy M(1) ...

What is normal body temperature? Is my body temperature normal?

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Mar 22, 2016 ... Most people think of 'normal' body temperature as 37C (98.6F). However, normal body temperature can vary according to a wide range of factors including a person's ... 'Normal Body Temperature : Rethinking the normal human body temperature', Harvard Health Publications. ... Potatoes & blood pressu...

Effects of storage duration and temperature of human blood on red ...

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Clin Hemorheol Microcirc. 2009;41(4):269-78. doi: 10.3233/CH-2009-1178. Effects of storage duration and temperature of human blood on red cell deformability ...

Room temperature activates human blood platelets. - NCBI

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Lab Invest. 2001 Apr;81(4):581-92. Room temperature activates human blood platelets. Maurer-Spurej E(1), Pfeiler G, Maurer N, Lindner H, Glatter O, Devine ...

Core temperature | definition of core temperature by Medical dictionary

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This heat is conducted to the blood and distributed throughout the body. ... The core temperature of the human body is usually between 36–37.5ºC, with daily ...

Maintaining a core body temperature - ABPI - Resources for Schools

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It contains receptors which are sensitive to the temperature of the blood flowing through the brain. Temperature ... In humans this doesn't work very well.

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Re: At what temperature does human blood freeze? - MadSci Network

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Apr 3, 2001 ... Hi. Blood, which is a mix of many components, both cellular and chemical, behaves like many other salty (saline) solutions and freezes at ...

Why the Human Body Temperature Is 98.6 Degrees - Gizmodo

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Jan 1, 2011 ... Scientists have found the reason why our body temperature is 98.6° Fahrenheit ( 37°C). Apparently it's the perfect balance, as it's warm enough ...

THE EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON THE pH OF BLOOD AND ...

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served pH in cases in which the temperature of the blood sample is not 38”. (l-3). ... animals and from the antecubital vein in human subjects, coagulation being.