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Articles by David W. DeGroot, PhD (LTC, MS, USA); Kaemmer Henderson, MS; Francis G. O’Connor, MD, MPH (COL (ret), MC, USA)

Exertional Heat Illness at Fort Benning, GA: Unique Insights from the Army Heat Center

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4/1/2022
Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Ryan Adams is being used as an example victim for cooling a heat casualty at the bi-annual hot weather standard operating procedure training aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., Aug. 24. Adams is demonstrating the "burrito" method used to cool a heat related injury victim. Photo by Pfc. Joshua Grant.

Exertional heat illness (hereafter referred to as heat illness) spans a spectrum from relatively mild conditions such as heat cramps and heat exhaustion, to more serious and potentially life-threatening conditions such as heat injury and exertional heat stroke (hereafter heat stroke).

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