Heat play - what we need to know

Heatstroke is a condition caused by overheating of the body, which develops during prolonged exposure to high temperatures or physical exertion
Heat stroke occurs when the ambient temperature exceeds 40°C (104 F). It is common in the summer months



 To avoid heatstroke complications, book studies both on-site and online:


♨️  General blood analysis & EDS:



♨️  Electrolytes ionized (Na, K, Ca, Cl):



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