Nicholas Ravanelli
Nicholas Ravanelli
School of Kinesiology, Lakehead University
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Heart rate and body temperature responses to extreme heat and humidity with and without electric fans
NM Ravanelli, SG Hodder, G Havenith, O Jay
Jama 313 (7), 724-725, 2015
Should electric fans be used during a heat wave?
O Jay, MN Cramer, NM Ravanelli, SG Hodder
Applied ergonomics 46, 137-143, 2015
Heat stress and fetal risk. Environmental limits for exercise and passive heat stress during pregnancy: a systematic review with best evidence synthesis
N Ravanelli, W Casasola, T English, KM Edwards, O Jay
British journal of sports medicine 53 (13), 799-805, 2019
Maximum skin wettedness after aerobic training with and without heat acclimation.
N Ravanelli, GB Coombs, P Imbeault, O Jay
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 50 (2), 299-307, 2018
Do greater rates of body heat storage precede the accelerated reduction of self-paced exercise intensity in the heat?
NM Ravanelli, MN Cramer, Y Molgat-Seon, AN Carlsen, O Jay
European journal of applied physiology 114 (11), 2399-2410, 2014
Acute acetaminophen ingestion does not alter core temperature or sweating during exercise in hot–humid conditions
GB Coombs, MN Cramer, NM Ravanelli, NB Morris, O Jay
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 25, 96-103, 2015
The optimal exercise intensity for the unbiased comparison of thermoregulatory responses between groups unmatched for body size during uncompensable heat stress
N Ravanelli, M Cramer, P Imbeault, O Jay
Physiological reports 5 (5), e13099, 2017
The biophysical and physiological basis for mitigated elevations in heart rate with electric fan use in extreme heat and humidity
NM Ravanelli, D Gagnon, SG Hodder, G Havenith, O Jay
International journal of biometeorology 61 (2), 313-323, 2017
A retrospective analysis to determine if exercise training‐induced thermoregulatory adaptations are mediated by increased fitness or heat acclimation
N Ravanelli, D Gagnon, P Imbeault, O Jay
Experimental physiology 106 (1), 282-289, 2021
Steady‐state sweating during exercise is determined by the evaporative requirement for heat balance independently of absolute core and skin temperatures
N Ravanelli, P Imbeault, O Jay
The Journal of physiology 598 (13), 2607-2619, 2020
Electric fan use in heat waves: turn on or turn off?
NM Ravanelli, O Jay
Temperature 3 (3), 358-360, 2016
Improved neural control of body temperature following heat acclimation in humans
H Barry, GK Chaseling, S Moreault, C Sauvageau, P Behzadi, H Gravel, ...
The Journal of physiology 598 (6), 1223-1234, 2020
Can POPs be substantially popped out through sweat?
P Imbeault, N Ravanelli, J Chevrier
Environment international 111, 131-132, 2018
Thermoregulatory responses to exercise at a fixed rate of heat production are not altered by acute hypoxia
GB Coombs, MN Cramer, N Ravanelli, P Imbeault, O Jay
Journal of Applied Physiology 122 (5), 1198-1207, 2017
Thermoregulatory adaptations with progressive heat acclimation are predominantly evident in uncompensable, but not compensable, conditions
N Ravanelli, G Coombs, P Imbeault, O Jay
Journal of Applied Physiology 127 (4), 1095-1106, 2019
The biophysics of human heat exchange
N Ravanelli, CCWG Bongers, O Jay
Heat Stress in Sport and Exercise, 29-43, 2019
The sweating and core temperature response to compensable and uncompensable heat stress following heat acclimation
O Jay, P Imbeault, N Ravanelli
The FASEB Journal 32, 590.16-590.16, 2018
Sustained increases in skin blood flow are not a prerequisite to initiate sweating during passive heat exposure
N Ravanelli, O Jay, D Gagnon
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2017
Impact of passive heat acclimation on markers of kidney function during heat stress
N Ravanelli, H Barry, ZJ Schlader, D Gagnon
Experimental Physiology, 2020
Normobaric hypoxia does not alter the critical environmental limits for thermal balance during exercise‐heat stress
GB Coombs, MN Cramer, N Ravanelli, P Imbeault, O Jay
Experimental physiology, 2021
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