Radioimmunoassay measurements of serum cortisol, thyroxine, growth hormone and luteinizing hormone with simultaneous electroencephalographic changes during continuous noise in man

A. Favino, U. Maugeri, G. Kauchtschischvili, G. Robustelli Della Cuna, G. Nappi

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5 normal male fasting subjects aged 23-33 yr have been exposed in 2 distinct sessions in a one week interval between 9 a.m. to 12 a.m. to continuous industrial noise of 200-1,000 Hz as prevailing frequencies and of 90±2 dbA administered by cuff. Subjects were distributed into 2 groups. In the 1st group, 3 subjects were exposed in the 1st session to test noise and in the 2nd session to background noise level; in the 2nd one, 2 subjects did the reverse. Background noise averaged 50 dBA. The examinees were seated in a chair and carried a slow drip saline infusion in the antecubital vein: blood samples and EEG records were taken every 15 min. Hormones were determined by radioimmunoassay. Cortisol values after 15 min of noise are increased compared to basal levels (p

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationJournal of Nuclear Biology and Medicine
Pages119-122
Number of pages4
Volume17
Edition3
Publication statusPublished - 1973

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Luteinizing Hormone
Thyroxine
Growth Hormone
Radioimmunoassay
Hydrocortisone
Noise
Serum
Intravenous Infusions
Electroencephalography
Veins
Fasting
Hormones

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  • Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging

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Favino, A., Maugeri, U., Kauchtschischvili, G., Robustelli Della Cuna, G., & Nappi, G. (1973). Radioimmunoassay measurements of serum cortisol, thyroxine, growth hormone and luteinizing hormone with simultaneous electroencephalographic changes during continuous noise in man. In Journal of Nuclear Biology and Medicine (3 ed., Vol. 17, pp. 119-122)

Radioimmunoassay measurements of serum cortisol, thyroxine, growth hormone and luteinizing hormone with simultaneous electroencephalographic changes during continuous noise in man. / Favino, A.; Maugeri, U.; Kauchtschischvili, G.; Robustelli Della Cuna, G.; Nappi, G.

Journal of Nuclear Biology and Medicine. Vol. 17 3. ed. 1973. p. 119-122.

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Favino, A, Maugeri, U, Kauchtschischvili, G, Robustelli Della Cuna, G & Nappi, G 1973, Radioimmunoassay measurements of serum cortisol, thyroxine, growth hormone and luteinizing hormone with simultaneous electroencephalographic changes during continuous noise in man. in Journal of Nuclear Biology and Medicine. 3 edn, vol. 17, pp. 119-122.
Favino A, Maugeri U, Kauchtschischvili G, Robustelli Della Cuna G, Nappi G. Radioimmunoassay measurements of serum cortisol, thyroxine, growth hormone and luteinizing hormone with simultaneous electroencephalographic changes during continuous noise in man. In Journal of Nuclear Biology and Medicine. 3 ed. Vol. 17. 1973. p. 119-122
Favino, A. ; Maugeri, U. ; Kauchtschischvili, G. ; Robustelli Della Cuna, G. ; Nappi, G. / Radioimmunoassay measurements of serum cortisol, thyroxine, growth hormone and luteinizing hormone with simultaneous electroencephalographic changes during continuous noise in man. Journal of Nuclear Biology and Medicine. Vol. 17 3. ed. 1973. pp. 119-122
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