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Resposta da Temperatura da Pele das Mãos Durante a Realização de Teste Submáximo em Cicloergômetro

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18073/2358-4696/pajmt.v1n1p17-21

http://www.abraterm.com.br/revista/index.php/PAJTM/index 

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Alex A. Fernandes1, Alisson G. Silva2, Juscélia C. Pereira2, Myrian A. A. N. Valle2, Rafael G. Silva2 & João C. B. Marins2

   

Resumo: A termografia tem sido utilizada como uma técnica que pode auxiliar na compreensão de ajustes termorregulatórios em exercício. O objetivo deste estudo é analisar o comportamento da temperatura da pele das mãos durante um teste progressivo submáximo em cicloergômetro de membros inferiores. Materiais e métodos: Doze homens fisicamente ativos foram submetidos a um teste progressivo submáximo em cicloergômetro de membros inferiores, sendo que foram obtidas imagens termográficas do dorso das mãos antes do exercício, a cada minuto durante o teste, e no terceiro minuto após a sua interrupção. Os resultados mostraram uma redução significativa da temperatura da pele do dorso das mãos a partir do quarto minuto até o terceiro minuto após o término do exercício. Pode-se concluir que a temperatura da pele das mãos reduz significativamente com o exercício progressivo de curta duração em cicloergômetro de membros inferiores.

Palavras-chave: Termografia, exercício, temperatura da pele.

 

Abstract: Thermography has been used as a technique that may assist in understanding of thermoregulatory adjustments during exercise. The aim of this study is to analyze the behavior of hands skin temperature during a submaximal progressive test in cycle ergometer of lower limbs. Materials and methods: Twelve physically active men were submitted to a progressive submaximal test on cycle ergometer of lower limbs, and thermographic images of the hands’ back were taken before the exercise, every minute during the test, and in the third minute after interrupt. Results: The results showed a significant decrease of skin temperature from the back of the hands since the fourth minute until the third minute after the interruption of the exercise. It was concluded that the skin temperature from the dorsum of the hands decreases significantly through progressive short duration exercise on cycle ergometer of lower limbs.

Key words: thermography,  exercise,  skin temperature.

 

1 Instituto Federal de Minas Gerais (IFMG), Departamento de Educação Física, Bambuí – MG – Brasil.
2 Universidade Federal de Viçosa (UFV), Departamento de Educação Física, Viçosa – MG – Brasil.e-mail: joaobouzas@yahoo.com.br

 

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