原子力施設における防護服着用時熱中症リスク管理のための鼓膜温に基づく直腸温推定法 The Rectal Temperature Estimation Method Based on Tympanic Temperature for Workers Wearing Protective Clothing in Nuclear Facilities

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    • 高橋 直樹 TAKAHASHI Naoki
    • (独)日本原子力研究開発機構東海研究開発センター核燃料サイクル工学研究所再処理技術開発センター技術開発部転換技術課 Conversion Technology Section, Tokai Reprocessing Technology Development Center, Nuclear Fuel Cycle Engineering Laboratories, Japan Atomic Energy Agency

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At nuclear facilities, workers wear impermeable protective clothing to prevent radioactive contamination during inspection and maintenance activities. The heat stroke risk of the workers wearing protective clothing gradually increases, because of retaining heat and humidity inside of protective clothing. Normally, the rectal temperature is used to manage the heat stroke risk. But the rectal temperature measurement is very difficult at the working place. We have already reported that the measurement of infrared tympanic temperature is more realistic than that of rectal temperature to manage the heat stroke risk. But tympanic temperature indicates high temperature compared to rectal temperature. So, the use of the tympanic temperature overestimates core temperature and decreases the work efficiency. Therefore, we attempted to make formulas to predict rectal temperature from measured tympanic temperature, and to use calculated rectal temperature for safer and more efficient management. The rectal temperature predicted with the formulas agreed with the actual measurement within the range of measurement error (±0.1°C). Combination of tympanic temperature measurement and heart rate evaluation enabled the safer management of the heat stroke risk with wearing protective clothing.

収録刊行物

  • 保健物理 : hoken buturi

    保健物理 : hoken buturi 47(1), 54-65, 2012-03-01

    日本保健物理学会

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