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Whether the diurnal rhythm of hs-cTnT extends beyond male patients with type 2 diabetes and whether hs-cTnT and hs-cTnI are equally affected is unknown.
The improvement was also greater in the intervention group for five of the seven BEHAVE-AD subscale scores: activity disturbances, diurnal rhythm disturbances, aggressiveness, affective disturbances, and anxiety and fear.
The Desa Adat community is a religio-cultural society, whose way of life is closely linked with the rites of passage and diurnal rhythms.
They suggested that the passive warm-up effect of the environment may blunt the diurnal rhythm of short-term maximal performance.
Occupational health, physiotherapy, behavioral physiology, public health, and work psychology specialists from Europe detail the health effects, risk assessment methods, interventions, and health and safety directives for work demanding high-energy metabolism, considerable muscle force, awkward postures, highly repetitive movements, high levels of mental load, and diurnal rhythm disruption, and work in heat and cold, or prolonged, low-intensity, sedentary work.
In subjects with non-suppressed cortisol levels, diurnal rhythm of cortisol was also evaluated (normal: midnight cortisol<7.
A diurnal rhythm of stimulatory input to the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal system as revealed by timed intrahypothalamic administration of the vasopressin V1 antagonist.
Li and colleagues (China) compared the daily diurnal rhythm of melatonin secretion in people with chronic cervical injuries with subjects with lower-level injuries.
Diurnal rhythm of the fulmar Fulmarus glacialis in the Arctic summer.
In other leafhopper and insect species, the diurnal rhythm of egg hatch likely depends on temperature, with lower temperatures causing a more equal distribution of emergence over time.
Patients with more severe head trauma exhibit a clearly disrupted pattern of melatonin secretion, whereas those with less severe trauma preserve a relatively intact diurnal rhythm.