Further Reading

1.Keller RW, Bailey JL, Wang Y, Klein JD, Sands JM. Urea Transporters and Sweat Response to Uremia. Physiological Reports Online-Only Journal 4(11): e12825 (2016).
2.Lacher JW, Schrier RW. Sweating Treatment for Chronic Renal Failure. Nephron 21: 255-9 (1978).
3.Pruijm M, El-Housseini Y, Mahfoundh H, et al. Stimulated Sweating as a Therapy to Reduce Interdialytic Weight Gain and Improve Potassium Balance in Chronic Hemodialysis Patients: A Pilot Study. Hemodialysis International 17(2): 240-8 (2013).
4.Ye T, Tu W, Xu G. Hot Bath for the Treatment of Chronic Renal Failure. Renal Failure 36(1): 126-30 (2014).
5.I.S. Henderson, Podmore P, Spence M. Diaphoretic Therapy in Regular Dialysis Patients. Scottish Medical Journal 27: 234-235(1982).
6.Park TH, Park CH, Ha SK, Lee SH, Song KS, Lee HY, Han DS. Dry skin (xerosis) in patients undergoing maintenance haemodialysis: the role of decreased sweating of the eccrine sweat gland. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation 10(12): 2269-73 (1995).
7.Gayda M, et.al. Effects of Sauna Alone and Post-exercise Sauna Baths on Blood Pressure and Hemodynamic Variables in Patients with Untreated Hypertension. Journal of Clinical Hypertension 14(8): 553-60(2012).
8.Snyder D, Merrill JP. Sauna Baths in the Treatment of Chronic Renal Failure. Transactions of the American Society for Artificial Internal Organs 12: 188-92 (1966).
9.Man in’t Veld AJ, van Maanen JH, Schicht IM. Stimulated Sweating in Chronic Renal Failure. British Medical Journal 15(2): 172-3 (1978).
10.Al-Tamer YY, Hadi EA, al-Badrani II. Sweat Urea, Uric Acid, and Creatinine Concentrations in Uraemic Patients. Urological Research 25(5): 337-40 (1997).
11.Huang CT, Chen ML, Huang LL, Mao IF. Uric acid and Urea in Human Sweat. Chinese Journal of Physiology 45(3): 109-15 (2002).
12.Cawley EP, Hoch-Ligheti C, Bong DM. The Eccrine Sweat Glands of Patients in Uremia. Archives of Dermatology 84: 889097 (1961).
13.Pol-Rodriguez mm, Wanner M, Bhat P, Grossman ME. Uremic Frost in a Critically Ill Patient. Kidney International 73: 790 (2008).
14.Hoelscher JH. A study in Perspiration: Original Research in One Hundred and Thirteen Cases. Journal of the American Medical Association 32(24): 1352-60 (1899).
15.Silver, N. (2003) The Holistic Handbook of Sauna Therapy. Stone Ridge, NY: Center for Frequency Education.
16.Konya, A. & Burger, A. (1973). The International Handbook of Finnish Sauns. New York: Wiley.
17.Brue, A. (2004). Cathedrals of the Flesh: My search for the Perfect Bath. London: Bloomsbury.
18.Peltonen, J. Karjanoja, M., & Peltonen, K. (1997). Sauna: Made in Finland. Helsinki; Tammi.
19.Gayda, Mathieu, François Paillard, Philippe Sosner, Martin Juneau, Mauricio Garzon, Mariel Gonzalez, Manon Bélanger, and Anil Nigam. Effects of Sauna Alone and Postexercise Sauna Baths on Blood Pressure and Hemodynamic Variables in Patients With Untreated Hypertension. The Journal of Clinical Hypertension 14(8): 553-60 (2012).
20.Advances in Biology of Skin Vol III. Eccrine Sweat Glands and Eccrine Sweating. Postgraduate Medical Journal 39(452): 370 (1963).
21.Michalsen, Andreas, Rainer Lüdtke, Malte Bühring, Günther Spahn, Jost Langhorst, and Gustav J. Dobos. Thermal Hydrotherapy Improves Quality of Life and Hemodynamic Function in Patients with Chronic Heart Failure. American Heart Journal 146(4): 728-33 (2003).
22.Ortega, Olimpia, Isabel Rodriguez, Carolina Gracia, María Sanchez, Carolina Lentisco, Carmen Mon, Paloma Gallar, Milagros Ortiz, Juan Carlos Herrero, Aniana Oliet, and Ana Vigil. Strict Volume Control and Longitudinal Changes in Cardiac Biomarker Levels in Hemodialysis Patients. Nephron Clinical Practice 113(2): C96-103 (2009).
23.Candas, V., J. P. Libert, and J. J. Vogt. Sweating and Sweat Decline of Resting Men in Hot Humid Environments. European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology 50(2): 223-34 (1983).
24.Lundin, A. Peter, Kazem Fani, Geoffrey M. Berlyne, and Eli A. Friedman. Dermal Angiopathy in Hemodialysis Patients: The Effect of Time. Kidney International 47(6): 1775-80 (1995).
25.Zepeda-Orozco, Diana, and Raymond Quigley. Dialysis Disequilibrium Syndrome. Pediatric Nephrology 27(12): 2205-11 (2012).
26.Chinevere, Troy D., Robert W. Kenefick, Samuel N. Cheuvront, Henry C. Lukaski, and Michael N. Sawka. Effect of Heat Acclimation on Sweat Minerals. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 40(5): 886-91 (2008).
27.Plaggemeyer, H. W. A Comparison Of The Excretory Power Of The Skin With That Of The Kidney Through A Study Of Human Sweat. Archives of Internal Medicine XIII.1: 159 (1914).
28.Williams, Herbert U. A Histological Study Of The Sweat-Glands In Cases Of Chronic Nephritis. Archives of Internal Medicine VI.6: 702 (1910).
29.A New Comparison of Urine And Perspiration. The Journal of the American Medical Association 100(20): 1602 (1933).
30.Sato, K., W.h. Kang, K. Saga, and K.t. Sato. Biology of Sweat Glands and Their Disorders. I. Normal Sweat Gland Function. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 20(4): 537-63 (1989).
31.Sato, K., W.h. Kang, K. Saga, and K.t. Sato. Biology of Sweat Glands and Their Disorders. II. Disorders of Sweat Gland Function. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 20(5): 713-26 (1989).
32.Wilke, K., A. Martin, L. Terstegen, and S. S. Biel. A Short History of Sweat Gland Biology. International Journal of Cosmetic Science 29(3): 169-79 (2007).
33.Brusilow, Saul W. Evidence for a Non-Plasma Source of Urea in Sweat. Nature 214 (1967): 506.
34.Gordon, Robert S., Ronald H. Thompson, Del Thrasher, and James W. Benson. Genesis Of The Sweat: Plasma Urea Concentration Gradient. Journal of Investigative Dermatology 66(4): 218-21 (1976).
35.Czarnowski, Dariusz, Jan Górski, Jerzy Jóźwiuk, and Anna Boroń-Kaczmarska. Plasma Ammonia Is the Principal Source of Ammonia in Sweat. European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology 65(2): 135-7 (1992).
36.Sato, Kenzo, and Richard L. Dobson. Regional and Individual Variations in the Function of the Human Eccrine Sweat Gland. Journal of Investigative Dermatology 54(6): 443-9 (1970).
37.Cawley, Edward P. The Eccrine Sweat Glands of Patients in Uremia. Archives of Dermatology 84(6): 889 (1961).
38.Vaithilingam, Indralingam, Kevan R. Polkinghorne, Robert C. Atkins, and Peter G. Kerr. Time and Exercise Improve Phosphate Removal in Hemodialysis Patients. American Journal of Kidney Diseases 43(1): 85-9 (2004).
39.Tuckett, Robert P., Susan T. Denman, C. Richard Chapman, Barbara A. Gilchrest, Kenneth K. Kraning, and Kenzo Sato. Pruritus, Cutaneous Pain, and Eccrine Gland and Sweating Disorders. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 11(5): 1000-6 (1984).
40.Al-Tamer, Yassar Y., Jasim M. T. Al-Hayali, and Eman A. H. Al-Ramadhan. Seasonality of Hypertension. The Journal of Clinical Hypertension 10(2): 125-9 (2008).
41.Sato, Kenzo, Cary Feibleman, and Richard L. Dobson. The Electrolyte Composition of Pharmacologically and Thermally Stimulated Sweat: A Comparative Study. Journal of Investigative Dermatology 55(6): 433-8 (1970).
42.Brusilow, Saul W., and Ellen H. Gordes. Solute and Water Secretion in Sweat. Journal of Clinical Investigation. 43(3): 477-84 (1964).