The liver injury of Heat Stroke:A systematic review

Heat stroke; Pathogenesis; liver injury; Clinical therapeutics



 Heat stroke is a fatal disease caused by heat stress acting on the body. It is defined as severe heat stroke with core temperature >40℃ and central nervous system abnormality. Heat stroke disease is divided into two categories, namely exertional heat stroke and classical heat stroke. In this paper, the classification, definition, and diagnosis of heat stroke, and the pathogenesis, clinical manifestations and treatment progress of liver injury induced by heat stroke were summarized by referring to the recent domestic and foreign literature, and the existing problems that still need to be solved were put forward so as to provide new ideas for the study of liver injury induced by heat stroke.


Download data is not yet available.