Peer-Review Journal Articles

2001

Bathalon GP, Hays NP, McCrory MA, Vinken AG, Tucker KL, Greenberg AS, Castaneda C and Roberts SB. The energy expenditure of postmenopausal women classified as restrained or unrestrained eaters. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 55: 1059-1067.

Bathalon GP, Hays NP, Meydani SN, Dawson-Hughes B, Schaefer EJ, Lipman R, Nelson M, Greenberg AS and Roberts SB. Metabolic, psychological, and health correlates of dietary restraint in healthy postmenopausal women. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences 56: M206-M211.

Bell NS, Amoroso PJ, Wegman DH and Senier L. Proposed explanations for excess injury among veterans of the Persian Gulf War and a call for greater attention from policymakers and researchers. Injury Prevention 7: 4-9.

Bell NS, Amoroso PJ, Wegman DH and Senier L. Why are people who return from war at increased risk of injury?. Western Journal of Medicine 175: 115-118

Bell NS, Amoroso PJ, Yore MM, Senier L, Williams JO, Smith GS and Theriault A. Alcohol and other risk factors for drowning among male active duty Army soldiers. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 72: 1086-95.

Blaha M, Kohl J, DuBose D, Bowers W, Jr and Walker J. Ultrastructural and histological effects of exposure to CEES or heat in a human epidermal model. In Vitro and Molecular Toxicology 14: 15-23.

Boole JR, Holtel M, Amoroso P and Yore M. 5196 mandible fractures among 4381 active duty army soldiers, 1980 to 1998. The Laryngoscope 111: 1691-1696.

Braun B, Rock PB, Zamudio S, Wolfel GE, Mazzeo RS, Muza SR, Fulco CS, Moore LG and Butterfield GE. Women at altitude: short-term exposure to hypoxia and/ora1-adrenergic blockade reduces insulin sensitivity. Journal of Applied Physiology 91: 623-631.

Cadarette BS, Levine L, Staab JE, Kolka MA, Correa M, Whipple M and Sawka MN. Heat strain imposed by toxic agent protective systems. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 72: 32-37.

Castellani JW, Armstrong LE, Kenefick RW, Pasqualicchio A, Riebe D, Gabaree-Boulant CLV and Maresh CM. Cortisol and testosterone concentrations in wheelchair athletes during submaximal wheelchair ergometry. European Journal of Applied Physiology 84: 42-47.

Castellani JW, Young AJ, DeGroot DW, Stulz DA, Cadarette BS, Rhind SG, Zamecnik J, Shek PN and Sawka MN. Thermoregulation during cold exposure following several days of exhaustive exercise. Journal of Applied Physiology 90: 939-946.

Castellani JW, Young AJ, O'Brien C, Stulz DA, Sawka MN and Pandolf KB. Cold strain index applied to exercising men in cold-wet conditions. American Journal of Physiology Regulatory, Integrative, and Comparative Physiology 281: R1764-R1768.

Cheuvront SN and Haymes EM. Ad libitum fluid intakes and thermoregulatory responses of female distance runners in three environments. Journal of Sports Sciences 19: 845-854.

Cheuvront SN and Haymes EM. Energy expenditure relative to perceived exertion: stationary cycling versus treadmill walking. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 72: 176-181.

Cheuvront SN and Sawka MN. Physical exercise and exhaustion from heat strain. Journal of the Korean Society of Living Environmental System 8: 134-145.

Cymerman A, Muza SR, Beidleman BA, Ditzler DT and Fulco CS. Postural instability and acute mountain sickness during exposure to 24 hours simulated altitude (4300m). High Altitude Medicine and Biology 2: 509-514.

Friedl KE, Westphal KA, Marchitelli LJ, Patton JF, Chumlea WC and Shumei SG. Evaluation of anthropometric equations to assess body composition changes in young women. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 73: 268-275.

Fulco CS, Lewis SF, Rock PB, Muza SR, Lammi E, Braun B, Cymerman A and Moore LG. Gender alters impact of hypobaric hypoxia on adductor pollicus muscle performance. Journal of Applied Physiology 91: 100-108.

Fulco CS, Rock PB, Muza SR, Wolfel EE, Moore LG and Cymerman A. Circulatory responses to orthostasis duringa1adrenergic reseptor blockade at high altitude. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 72: 1075-1080.

Gaffin SL and Hubbard RW. Pathophysiology of heat-related illnesses. In: Terxtbooks of Military Medicine Medical Aspects of Harsh Environments, edited by Pandolf KB and Burr RE Falls Church, VA: Office of the Surgeon General, 2001, p 161-208.

Glickman EL, Cheatham CC, Caine C and Blegen M. The influence of ethnicity on thermosensitivity during cold water immersion. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 72: 632-637.

Goforth H, Forbes-Ewan C, Harrison M, Jacobs I, Lieberman HR and Nicholson R. The use of nutritional supplements by Special Operations personnel of TTCP nations. Journal of Defence Science 6: R73-R79.

Ingenito EP, Mora R, Cullivan M, Marzan Y, Haley K, Mark L and Sonna LA. Decreased surfactant protein B expression and surfactanct dysfunction in a murine model of acute lung injury. American Journal Respiration: Cell and Molecular Biology 25: 35-44.

Kemnitz CP, Johnson RF, Merullo DJ and Rice VJ. Relation of rifle stock length and weight to military rifle marksmanship performance by men and women. Perceptual Motor Skills 93: 479-485.

Knapik JJ, Canham-Chervak M, Hoedebecke E, Hewitson WC, Hauret K, Held C and Sharp MA. Fitness training unit personnel in basic combat training. Military Medicine 166: 356-361.

Knapik JJ, Sharp MA, Canham-Chervak M, Hauret K, Patton JF and Jones BH. Risk factors for training-related injuries among young men and women in basic combat training. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 33: 946-954.

Levine L, Johnson RF, Teal WB, Merullo DJ, Cadarette BS, Staab JE, Blanchard LA, Kolka MA and Sawka MN. Heat strain evaluation of chemical protective garments. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 72: 329-335.

Lieberman HR. The effects of ginseng, ephedrine, and caffeine on "mental energy," cognitive performance, and mood. Nutrition Reviews 59: 91-102.

Matthew CB and Sils IV. Treatment of hyperthermia-induced extravasation with hypertonic saline (7.5%) in 6% destran 70 (HSD) in Wistar/Furth rats. Shock 16: 70-74.

Mazzeo RS, Carroll JD, Butterfield GE, Braun B, Rock PB, Wolfel EE, Zamudio S and Moore LG. Catecholamine responses to alpha-adrenergic blockade during exercise in women acutely exposed to altitude. Journal of Applied Physiology 90: 121-126.

Montain SJ, Sawka MN and Wenger CB. Hyponatremia associated with exercise: risk factors and pathogenesis. Exercise and Sports Science Reviews 29: 113-117.

Moran DS and Gaffin SL. Clinical management of heat-related illnesses. In: Wilderness Medicine Management of Wilderness and Environmental Emergencies, edited by Auerback P St Louis, MO: Mosby, 2001, p 290-316.

Moran DS, Pandolf KB, Shapiro Y, Frank A, Heled Y, Shani Y, Matthew WT and Gonzalez RR. The role of global radiation measured by a light sensor on heat stress assessment. Journal of Thermal Biology 26: 433-436.

Moran DS, Pandolf KB, Shapiro Y, Heled Y, Shani Y, Matthew WT and Gonzalez RR. An environmental stress index (ESI) as a substitute for the wet bulb globe temperature (WBGT). Journal of Thermal Biology 26: 427-431.

Morocz IA, Zientara GP, Gudbjartsson H, Muza S, Lyons T, Rock PB, Kiknis R and Jolesz F. Volumetric quantification of brain swelling after hypoxia exposure. Experimental Neurology 168: 96-104.

Murphy MM, Patton JF, Mello RP, Bidwell T and Harp M. Energy cost of physical task performance in men and women wearing chemical protective clothing. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 72: 25-31.

Muza SR, Rock PB, Fulco CS, Zamudo S, Braun B, Gutterfield GE and Moore LG. Women at altitude: Ventilatory acclimatization at 4,300 m. Journal of Applied Physiology 91: 1791-1799.

Nindl BC, Kraemer WJ, Deaver DR, Peters JL, Marx JO, Heckman JT and Loomis GA. LH secretion and testosterone concentrations are blunted after resistance exercise in men. Journal of Applied Physiology 91: 1251-1258.

Nindl BC, Kraemer WJ, Gotshalk LA, Marx JO, Volek JS, Bush JA, Hakkinen K, Newton RU and Fleck SJ. Testosterone responses after resistance exercise in women: Influence of regional fat distribution. International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism 11: 452-467.

Nindl BC, Kraemer WJ, Marx JO, Arciero PJ, Dohi K, Kellogg MD and Loomis GA. Overnight responses of the circulating insulin-like growth factor-1 system following acute heavy resistance exercise. Journal of Applied Physiology 90: 1319-1326.

O'Brien KK, Montain SJ, Corr WP, Sawka MN, Knapik J and Craig SC. Hyponatremia associated with overhydration in Army trainees. Military Medicine 166: 405-410.

Pandolf KB. Rated perceived exertion during exercise in the heat, cold or at high altitude. International Journal of Sports Psychology 32: 162-176.

Phinney LT, Gardner JW, Kark JA and Wenger CB. Long-term follow-up after exertional heat illness during recruit training. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 33: 1443-1448.

Reeves JT, Zamudo S, Dahms TE, Asmus I, Braun B, Butterfield G, McClullough RG, Muza SR, Rock PB and Moore LG. Erythropoiesis in women during 11 days at 4,300 m is not affected by menstrual cycle phase. Journal of Applied Physiology 91: 2579-2586.

Reynolds KL, Harman EA, Worsham BF, Sykes MB, Frykman PN and Backus VL. Injuries in women associated with a periodized strength training and running program. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 15: 136-143.

Rhind SG, Castellani JW, Brenner I, Shephard RJ, Zamecnik J, Montain SJ, Young AJ and Shek PN. Intracellular monocyte and serum cytokine expression is modulated by exhausting exercise and cold exposure. American Journal of Physiology Regulatory, Integrative, and Comparative Physiology 281: R66-R75.

Roberts DE and Hamlet MP. Prevention of cold injuries. Falls Church, VA: Office of the Surgeon General, 2001, p 411-427.

Rock P and Campbell B. High altitude illnesses. In: Special Operations Forces Medical Handbook, edited by Whitlock W Jackson, WY: Teton New Media, 2001, p 6-37-6-42.

Santee WR and Blanchard LA. Thermal properties of handwear at varying altitudes. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 72: 576-578.

Santee WR, Allison WF, Blanchard LA and Small MG. A proposed model for load carriage on sloped terrain. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 72: 562-566.

Sawka MN and Montain SJ. Fluid and electrolyte balance: effects on thermoregulation and exercise in the heat. In: Present Knowledge in Nutrition, edited by Bowman BA and Russell RM Washington, DC : International Life Sciences Institute, 2001, p 115-124.

Sawka MN and Pandolf K. Physical exercise in hot climates: physiology, performance and biomedical issues. In: Textbooks of Military Medicine Medical Aspects of Harsh Environments, edited by Pandolf KB and Burr RE Falls Church, VA: Office of the Surgeon General, 2001, p 87-133.

Sawka MN, Latzka WA, Montain SJ, Cadarette BS, Kolka MA, Kraning KK and Gonzalez RR. Physiological tolerance to uncompensable heat stress--intermittent exercise, field vs laboratory. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 33: 422-430.

Sawka MN, Montain SJ and Latzka WA. Hydration effects on thermoregulation and performance in the heat. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 128: 679-690.

Sils IV, Szlyk-Modrow PC, Tartarini KA, Matthew CB and Francesconi RP. Effect of nitric oxide synthase inhibition on regional blood flow during hyperthermia. Journal of Thermal Biology 26: 1-7.

Sonna LA. Practical medical aspects of military operations in the heat. In: Textbook of Military Medicine Medical Aspects of Deployment to Harsh Environments, edited by Pandolf KB and Burr RE Falls Church, VA: Office of the Surgeon General, 2001, p 293-309.

Sonna LA, Angel KC, Sharp MA, Knapik JJ, Patton JF and Lilly CM. The prevalence of exercise-induced bronchospasm among US Army recruits and its effects on physical performance. Chest 119: 1676-1683.

Sonna LA, Sharp MA, Knapik JJ, Cullivan M, Angel KC, Patton JF and Lilly CM. Angiotensin-converting enzyme genotype and physical performance during US Army basic training. Journal of Applied Physiology 91: 1355-1363.

Suhner A, Schlagenhauf P, Hofer I, Johnson RF, Tschopp A and Steffen R. Efficacy and tolerability of melatonin and zolpidem for the alleviation of jet-lag. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 72: 638-646.

Tobias SW, Matthew CB, DuBose DA and Hamlet MP. Comparison of oxygenated perfluorocarbon and humidified oxygen for rewarming hypothermic miniswine. Military Medicine 166: 853-2001.

Wenger CB. Human adaptation to hot environments. In: Textbook of Military Medicine, Medical Aspects of Harsh Environments, edited by Pandolf KB and Burr RE Washington, DC: Office of the Surgeon General, 2001, p 51-86.

Weyand PG, Kelly M, Darley J, Oliver S, Ohlenbusch N, Joffe S, Blackadar T and Hoyt RW. Ambulatory estimates of maximal aerobic power from foot-ground contact times and heart rates in running humans. Journal of Applied Physiology 91: 451-458.

Wright S and Weyand PG. The application of ground force determines the energetic cost of running backward and forward. Journal of Experimental Biology 204: 1805-1815.

Yeghiayan SK, Luo S, Shukitt-Hale B and Lieberman HR. Tyrosine improves behavioral and neurochemical deficits caused by cold exposure. Physiology & Behavior 72: 311-316.

Young AJ and Castellani JW. Exertion-induced fatigue and thermoregulation in the cold. Comp Biochem Physiol 128: 769-776.

Zamudio S, Douglas M, Mazzeo RS, Wolfel EE, Young DA, Rock PB, Braun B, Muza SR, Butterfield GE and Moore LG. Women at altitude: forearm hemodynamics during acclimatization to 4300 m with a1-adrenergic blockade. American Journal of Physiology Heart and Circulatory Physiology 281: H2636-H2644.

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