MountainMed Podcast Episode 3 Hot Hot Heat -Update on the Pathophysiology and Treatment of Heat Illnesses

Dr. Darryl Macias and Dr. Aaron Reilly are back to talk about heat illness. It is the summer months, and if you are anywhere south of the Alaskan tundra in the Northern Hemisphere, you are more likely than ever to come across a patient presenting with heat illness. These two faculty physicians at the UNM Austere and Mountain Medicine program talk about the current literature, current understanding of the pathophysiology, and the most relevant considerations for treating patients with heat illness in the backcountry. Join us and our state of the art sound-effects for 20 or so minutes of information and entertainment!

Resources:

  1. Lipman GS, Eifling KP, Ellis MA et al. Wilderness Medicine Society practice guidelines for the preventions and treatment of heat related illness: 2014 update. JWildEnMed; 2013;25(4):S55-65.
  2. Auerbach, P. (2011). Wilderness Medicine (6th ed., pp.215-239). Mosby.
  3. Noakes TD. A modern classification of the exercise-related heat illnesses.JSciMedSport; 2008 Jan;11(1):33-9.