Sports, Volume 7, Issue 9 (September 2019) – 18 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Gastrointestinal temperature measurement with a telemetric pill is increasingly used in exercise science. It has generally been accepted that it represents a reliable measurement of core temperature during exercise, but there are exceptions. What effect an ice slurry induced heat sink created in the proximity of a telemetric pill may have on the assessment of gastrointestinal temperature remains unknown. Results of the current study suggest that ice slurry ingestion following exercise does not impact telemetric pill-derived assessment of gastrointestinal compared with rectal temperature, given that the ingestion of the telemetric pill occurs 10 h prior. View this paper.
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