Summary | Pediatric Heat-Related Illness
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<< Pediatric Heat-Related Illness: Recommendations for Prevention and Management

Summary

Heat-related illness occurs as a result of excess heat exposure and heat production combined with decreased heat dissipation, and it can be potentially life-threatening. A history of excess heat exposure or exertion with physical examination findings consistent with hyperthermia are needed to make the clinical diagnosis of heat-related illness.

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