手掌にみられる半側発汗について

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Title
手掌にみられる半側発汗について
Title Alternative
The Changes in the Perspiration of the Palm by Body Position
Author
氏名 銭場 武彦
ヨミ センバ タケヒコ
別名 Semba Takehiko
氏名 三川 明美
ヨミ ミカワ アケミ
別名 Mikawa Akemi
Contents

On the occasion of a concentrated lecture by computer training, which was delivered in the former period of 1985, an inquiry was made into subjective fatigue symptoms of 81 students of 2 classes in order to grasp their condition of fatigue due to VDT performance. The results obtained are as follows: 1) Higher rate of complaining of symptoms before the training and smaller difference in the rate between pre-and post-training compared with Yoshitake's results presumed immobilization of fatigue symptoms especially in the group I. 2) Examination of the ordinal relationship of the rate of complaining of symptoms among 3 groups revealed the general type, i.e. I-dominant type on the third day of training except for II-dominant type (mental performance type, night work type) before training. 3) The present inquiry revealed no correlation between the duration of VDT performance and the post-training rate of complaining of symptoms for the group II, presumed a small amount of mental fatigue due to the concentrated lecture. 4) Increased rate of complaining of symptoms after the second day of training, having much lecture time (less time of VDT performance) for the group II presumed mental fatigue due to the lecture, taking notice of the condition of fatigue in the daily life represented by repeated general lecture. 5) Increased rate of complaining of symptoms on the third day of training compared with that for pre-training for the group II presumed inadequate recovery of the mental fatigue due to the lecture on the second day of training. In this connection, it is hoped that due improvement should be made in the way of time-spending after training in the daily life.

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1) An increse of body temperature by heat and muscular exercise causes perspiration of body and extremities. Meanwhile, emotion, mental stress and sensory stimulation are also known as causual agent of perspiration of the palm. When a person is lying on his side, the upper side of his body perspires greatly but the lower side dos'nt. Hence the difference in perspiration between the two sides of the body and extremities become significant. This physiological changes is named as "hemihidrosis" by Dr. Y. Kuno. However, this "hemihidrosis" has not yet been studied on the palm, so the present experiments were attempted to determine the behavior of the sweat reactions of the palm changing the body positions of the subjects. 2) The total of 27 students at a women's junior college were engaged as the subjects for the experiments through the period of three years. The Wada-Takagaki method was employed to stain the perspiration. That is, the 3% iodine alcohol solution was applied on the subject's dry palm, and then a 10mm square stamp was pressed. After that, the palm was throughly painted with the starch-castor oil. As soon as sweat was produced, it became visible as dark spot on the palm. The number of the dark spots were calculate inside the 10mm square marked with the stamp at the palm. 3) The following results were obtained. a) Perspiration of the lower side palm decreased remarkably comparing the upper side one after the subject had lain for 15 minutes on her side. In spite of the decrease in perspiration at the lower side palm, an increase in perspiration at the upper side palm was observed. As a conclusion of the experiments, "hemihidrosis" on the palm was confirmed. b) The mechanisms of decrease in perspiration to the lower palm were discussed concerning to the fall of skin temperature at the palm and to the diminution of the blood supply to the palm.

Journal Title
広島文化女子短期大学紀要
Volume
20
Spage
27
Epage
37
Published Date
1987-05-30
Publisher
広島文化女子短期大学
ISSN
09137068
NCID
AN00213869
Language
jpn
NIIType
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version
出版社版
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hbg