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Head cooling device

The brain thermoregulation is an important issue from anthropology to medicine. The brain thermodynamic mechanisms in humans are still not well known and additional heat regulations in certain physiological and pathological conditions are crucial to prevent irreversible damages. 126 more words

Computed Tomography

Anesthesia Sensitivity Study Update

Last year, we assisted Dr. Michael Court of Washington State University Vet School on a study he was doing with sighthound anesthesia sensitivities. You can read more about his study… 207 more words


Love Your Pet: how to prevent, spot and treat heat stroke

Heat stroke or hyperthermia is a potentially deadly state where the dog’s body cannot keep its body temperature in a normal range due to exercise or outside conditions. 419 more words

Wake Up 2day Stories

Magnetic Nanoparticles against Cancer

RST department colloquium, 11.05.15

Title: Functional magnetic nanostructures for tunable RF and biomedical applications

Speaker: Dr. Hari Srikanth (University of South-Florida, Tampa )

Author: Edgar Schönfeld… 507 more words

Seminar Report

Combined Application of Hyperthermia and Oxygenation in Cancer Patients

HYPERTHERMIA: The theory behind hyperthermia is that raising the temperature of the body increases circulation and also increases the supply of oxygen to the cancer site. 168 more words

Science And Health

Information about fever

Fever is also called as hyperthermia, pyrexia, or basically raised temperature. It shows a body temperature that is higher than normal one. Fever can influence kids and adults people also. 822 more words


Death Valley: The 'Baddest' Sports Venue in the USA

I’m on spring vacation with my wife and children in, naturally, Death Valley.

While other folks seek their spring sun and sand dunes by the oceans, I have taken my family out to the hottest, driest, lowest area of the United States:  Badwater Basin is fully 282 ft (86m) below sea level.   393 more words

General Interest