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Physical performance in two consecutive exposures to heavy dynamic work and hot environment with fire-protective clothing and equipment



Physical performance in two consecutive exposures to heavy dynamic work and hot environment with fire-protective clothing and equipment



Pfluegers Archiv European Journal of Physiology 430(4 Suppl. ): R131




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