Vitalsense Core Body Temperature Papers

The VitalSense Ingestible ‘Jonah’ pill is the same pill used with the Equivital System. The Pill Transmits the temperature to the Equivital unit.  Therefore all of these studies are also validation for the use of the Equivital System for Core Body Temperature.

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    • Cheuvront, Samuel N., Brett R. Ely, Robert W. Kenefick, Bozena B. Michniak-Kohn, Jennifer C. Rood, Michael N.Sawka. No effect of nutritional adenosine receptor antagonists on exercise performance in the heat.
      Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol, 2009; Vol 296 pp. R394-R401.
    • Neville, V., Gant, N., Folland, P. Thermoregulatory demands of Elite Professional America’s Cup Yacht Racing. Scand J Med Sci Sports, 2009: Epud ahead of print.
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    • Cheuvront, Samuel N., Daniel A. Goodman, Robert W. Kenefick, Scott J. Montain, Michael N. Sawka. Impact of a protective vest and spacer garment on exercise-heat strain. Eur J Appl Physiol, 2008; Vol. 102; pp. 577-583.
    • Cuddy, John S., Julie A. Ham, Stephanie G. Harger, Dustin R. Slivka, Brent C. Ruby. Effects of an electrolyte additive on hydration and drinking behaviour during wildfire suppression. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine, 2008; Vol. 19; pp. 172-180.
    • Monk, Timothy H., Amy E. Begley, Bart D. Billy, Mary E. Fletcher, Anne Germain, Sati Mazumdar, Douglas E. Moul, M. Katherine Shear, Wesley K. Thompson, Joette R. Zarotney. Sleep and circadian rhythms in spousally bereaved seniors. Chronobiology Int, 2008; Vol. 25; No. 1; pp. 1-16.
    • Racinais, Sebastien, Nadia Gaoua, Justin Grantham. Hyperthermia impairs short term memory and peripheral motor drive transmission. Journal of Physiology, 2008; Vol. 586; No. 19; pp. 4751-4762.
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    • Byrne, C., Lim, C.L. The ingestible telemetric body core temperature sensor: a review of validity and exercise applications. Br. J. Sports Med, 2007; Vol. 41; pp. 126-133.
    • Goodman, D.A., Cheuvront, S.N., Kenefick, R.W., Montain, S.J., Sawka, M.N. Thermoregulation during exercise heat stress when wearing body armour and spacer vest technologies. [Poster] ACSM, 2007.
    • Manning, James, M., Finkernagel, H., Finkernagel, U., Schmidt, G., Heil, D., Svolos, D., Bellino, F., Mahady, P., Van Allen, D. Core Body Temperatures of Ultra Runners During a 217 KM Run in Extreme Heat. [Poster] ACSM, 2007.
    • Yamada, Paulette M., Amorim, F.T., Moseley, P., Robergs, R., Schneider, S.M. Effect of Heat Acclimation on Heat Shock Protein 72 and Interleukin-10 in Humans. J Appl Physiol, July 5, 2007. In Press.
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    • Krake, A. Recent advances in heat stress monitoring and prevention. [Presentation] Annual Ohio Safety Congress and Expo, March 2004.
    • Krake, A. Use of swallowable core body temperature sensors and other measures to evaluate heat stress and strain among U.S. Air Force fuel systems maintenance personnel. [Presentation] American Industrial Hygiene Conference, May 2004.
    • McKenzie, J.E., Osgood, D.W. Validation of a new telemetric core temperature monitor. Journal of Thermal Biology. 2004; Vol. 29; pp. 605-611.