Smith, Caroline

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The Effect Of Temperature On The Transdermal Absorption Of Anthracene In Healthy Individuals 2019 213 The respiratory routes of exposure to hazardous chemicals such polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons among occupational groups workers has been well studied; however, the contribution to dermal routes of exposure has remained understudied. Microdialysis (...
Carcinogen Exposure In Firefighters 2020 102 PAHs or polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons are a class of organic pollutants from incomplete combustion reactions that vary in the degree of carcinogenicity. They pose a high risk to organisms and can be absorbed orals, via the respiratory system and d...
Sex Differences In Physiological Responses To Acute Hypoxia In Humans: Current Evidence And Directions For Future Research 2021 72 Acute exposure (<48 hours) to hypoxic environments poses physiological challenges which are amplified during periods of exercise. This is important for individuals sojourning to higher elevations (>2,500m) due to the potential risk of developing alti...
Effects of Whole-Body Heating on Chronic Low Back Pain 2015 1532 Low Back Pain (LBP) is a condition that may originate from an injury, disease, or stresses on different parts of the body that transfer as a feeling of pain in the bones, nerves, or muscles of the lower back. The prevalence of LBP at some point in on...
The Effects Of Repeated Whole Body Warming On Sleep Architecture 2016 908 Chronic low back pain (CLBP) is defined as chronic pain in the lower back for three or more consecutive months. Altered sleep architecture is often associated with CLBP and sleep deficiency with concurring side effects can augment pain, further disru...