There is one clinical trial.
This research will provide data on thermal condition of medical workers who use personal protective equipment from biological hazards. Aquired data will be used to define acceptable period of use for these protective costumes. This research will recruit 6 volunteers. During 6 hours each subject will perform their work using protective costume. Heart rate, skin and air temperature under costume and hygrometric data will be registered. Also there will be questionnaires for volunteers for subjective assessment of thermal and moisture sensations.
Description: DS1923-F5 Thermochron iButtonsMeasure: Skin thermometry Time: 6 hours
Description: DS1923-F5 Thermochron iButtonsMeasure: Hygrometry under costume Time: 6 hours
Description: A Polar H10 heart rate monitor (Polar Electro, Finland) will carry all items during the entire researchMeasure: Heart rate Time: 6 hours
Description: Meteoscop - MMeasure: Air thermometry Time: 6 hours
Description: Meteoscop - MMeasure: Air hygrometry Time: 6 hours
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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