exertional

exertional

emanating from or pertaining to exertion.

exertional rhabdomyolysis
occurs as an acute recumbency or immobility state when muscle masses disrupt during exercise. Occurs as equine paralytic myoglobinuria in horses after unaccustomed exercise while on a heavy carbohydrate diet, in sheep and cattle after violent physical exercise, in racing greyhounds and as capture or transport myopathy in deer and other wildlife. Called also azoturia, Monday morning disease, tying up syndrome, capture myopathy.
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Exertional heat stroke is one of the most common causes of death in athletes.
Eagle is currently investigating RYANODEX as a potential treatment of multiple additional indications including exertional heat stroke, MDMA and methamphetamine intoxication, and nerve agent exposure.
He said he hadn't experienced any exertional fatigue or difficulty completing the rigorous physical tasks of his occupation as an engineman on the ship.
Women more often present atypical symptoms, such as less exertional chest pain, and their triggers are often stress-related.
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American football players are among the most susceptible athletes for exertional heat injuries.
The product is intended for the treatment of exertional heat stroke, in conjunction with external cooling methods.
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Acute-on-chronic exertional compartment syndrome is a rare and severe progression of the likely common and more benign chronic exertional compartment syndrome.
The exertional headache (EH) has been known for decades but since its characteristics are not precisely known, there is still no specific definition for it.
However, the study found that carriers of the sickle cell trait were more likely to develop exertional rhabdomyolysis, a condition where skeletal muscle tissue breaks down, usually due to strenuous exercise.
Published in cooperation with the American College of Sports Medicine, this textbook contains 18 chapters on the etiology, prevention, recognition, treatment, and return-to-play guidelines for 12 of the top causes of sudden death in sports, including heart disease, congenital cardiac conditions, commotio cordis, exertional heat stroke and hyponatremia, head injuries, asthma, exertional sickling, and environmental, immune-related, and autoimmune conditions.