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fluidotherapy in shock

John P Vardiman, Laura Jefferies, Chad Touchberry, Phillip Gallagher
CONTEXT: Therapeutic modalities that can increase intramuscular temperature commonly are used to treat injuries in the clinical setting. Researchers recently have suggested that the physiologic changes occurring during an increase in temperature also could provide a cytoprotective effect for exercise-induced muscle damage. OBJECTIVE(S): To determine if the Fluidotherapy treatment increases the inducible expression of heat shock protein (HSP), to identify the rate of heating that occurs in the lower extremity with Fluidotherapy treatment, and to evaluate the relationship between the inducible expression of HSP and temperature...
May 2013: Journal of Athletic Training
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