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Experimental work on immersion foot.

Manzer Leroy Bunker

Experimental work on immersion foot.

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Written in English


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Thesis (M.A.) -- University of Toronto, 1943.

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After the initial intense hyperæmia, moderately severe cases of immersion foot show a partial recovery of vasoconstrictor tone and a small rise or fall of temperature in response to immersion of the arms in hot or cold water.

The vasomotor disturbances of this group are similar to those described by Wilkins and Kolb ()Cited by: Cold water immersion foot: pre-hyperemic stage with cyanotic, absent pulses, and cold, waxy feet; hyperemic stage with painful feet, bounding pulses, brawny edema; occur several hours after removing footwear; post-hyperemic stage with cold sensitivity and hyperhidrosis that lasts from weeks to years; warm water immersion foot: severely painful and/or pruritic, edematous, white wrinkled feet.

In cases of immersion foot in the hyperemic stage during exposure of the body in a cool room, the extremities remain hot instead of cooling, and their temperature is not significantly altered by immersion of other limbs in hot or cold water-i.e., vasomotor reflex responses are by: Immersion foot, archaically trench foot, is a medical condition caused by prolonged exposure of the feet to damp and cold.

It was a particular problem for soldiers in trench warfare during the winters of World Wars I and II and in the Vietnam conflict.

Immersion foot, also called Trench Foot, a painful disorder of the foot involving damage to the skin, nerves, and muscle that is caused by prolonged exposure to cold dampness or by prolonged immersion in cold water. Experimental work on immersion foot. book See frostbite.

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Trench foot, also known as immersion foot, occurs when the feet are wet for long periods of time. It can be quite painful, but it can be prevented and treated. Learn more in this DISASTER RECOVERY FACT SHEET from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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The condition first became known during World War I, when soldiers got. Immersion foot, also known as trench foot, is a dangerous medical syndrome.

It is caused by sustained exposure of the feet to wet conditions. Immersion foot is often associated with war and other disasters because it caused millions of injuries and deaths in the wars of the 19th and 20th centuries.

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During the early months of World. War II, considerable attention was devoted to immersion foot, and extensive studies were published by Blackwood, Ungley, White, and Warren, and others (p). Later in the war, the chief attention was centered on high-altitude frostbite (p. The food and agriculture industry employs % of the female industrial work force in France.

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By Jeannette Catsoulis When you purchase a. Immerse definition, to plunge into or place under a liquid; dip; sink. See more.Causes. Immersion foot occurs when feet are cold and damp while wearing constricting footwear. Unlike frostbite, immersion foot does not require freezing temperatures and can occur in temperatures up to 60° Fahrenheit (about 16° Celsius).The condition can occur with as little as twelve hours' exposure.Scholarly journals that can be accessed online (e.g., JSTOR and EBSCO HOST), e-journals or Internet only scholary journals that publishes online peer-reviewed researches (e.g., Philippine e-journals), and article or book reviews that contain literature review essays that provide journal article or book commentary and evaluations.