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Santorio Santorio (March 29, 1561 Capodistria (today Koper)
-February 22, 1636 Venice), also called Santorio Santorii,
Sanctorius of Padua, and various combinations of these names, was
an Italian physiologist, physician, and professor. From 1611 to
1624 he was a professor at Padua where he performed experiments in
temperature, respiration and weight. Sanctorius studied what he
termed insensible perspiration and originated the study of
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