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Is there a link between malignant hyperthermia and exertional heat illness?
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    Royal Navy Heat Illness Clinic
    • Daniel G Roiz de Sa, Survival & Thermal Medicine
    • Other Contributors:
      • Adrian Allsopp and Jason Lyons

    Dear Editor

    We wish to congratulate Professor Hopkins on his article [1] discussing the link between malignant hyperthermia and exertional heat illness.

    In his commentary on the article Frank Wappler raises the suggestion that it would be desirable to develop guidelines for investigating patients with exertional heat illness, and we would like to highlight to the readership that such guidelines have...

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