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The Mechanism of Human Non-Shivering Thermogenesis and Basal Metabolic Rate

The final weight is determined by the trade between energy expenditures and energy intake. Resting EE is the key component of total EE in an adult human being. Healthy young men can raise EE by 17 percent of the basal metabolic rate by a process of non-shivering thermogenesis, according to our on-going study of environmental temperature changes within and around the thermoneutral zone. For example, only recently has it been reported that brown adipose tissue is still present in adult humans, and that white adipose tissue can be converted to brown adipose-like tissue to raise heat production in cold exposures. Additionally, skeletal muscle is likely to aid in cold-induced thermogenesis long before overt shivering occurs. Even small changes in EE, if not compensated by changes in food intake, may lead to body weight control and may be contributing to the current obesity epidemic: even small changes in EE can have long-term implications on body weight, according to the current obesity epidemic. In young healthy lean males, the first uses a pharmacologic approach to investigate the origins of NST. Since the key physiologic stimulus to BAT is via the sympathetic nervous system, beta-adrenergic receptors can play important roles in regulating human EE. The reason is that previous studies of opioid effect in humans haven't consistently enforced the use of thermoneutral conditions, contributing to inconclusive results.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01950520


Investigation of the Effect of Exercise Protocol Determined According to Metabolic Rate in Early Burn Patients on Coagulation, Fibrinolytic Activity and Functional Capacity

Early exercise in burn treatment is getting more and more important, alongside surgical and medical procedures. All physiotherapists in six major burn centers in the United States conducted various exercises in the early stages of burn patients, according to a report by physiotherapists working in six major burn centers in the United States, but these exercises differed in all centers in terms of type and frequency. The exercise program used in the early stages of burns does not have an internationally recognised benchmark, according to another report, and more research should be done to develop an exercise prescription. Exercise protocols for burn patients have evolved in recent years, according to physiotherapists, and that there is no international standardization of exercise protocols used to burn patients. This research is intended to investigate the effect of the Exercise Protocol Known as Metabolic Rate in Early Burn Patients on Coordination, Fibrinolytic Activity, and Functional Capacity, as well as developing an exercise protocol that can support researchers working in burn centers at national and international levels. In the burn patients in the 25 Aral's State Hospital Burn Center's service and intensive care unit, the study, which is supposed to be published in Hasan Kalyoncu University Faculty of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, will be included.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04663113

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