EHI

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AcronymDefinition
EHIEuropean Heating Industry (association)
EHIEmployers Holdings, Inc. (insurance; Nevada)
EHIEscalier Hélicoïdal Industriel (French staircase company)
EHIE-Health Insider (UK)
EHIExertional Heat Illness
EHIEmployee Health Insurance (various locations)
EHIEnergy Helicity Index (meteorology)
EHIEuro Handelsinstitut (German commerce institute)
EHIEnvironmental Health Indicator
EHIEquestrian Holidays Ireland (Ireland)
EHIElectro-Hydraulic Interface (engineering)
EHIEmotional Health Inventory
EHIEssential Household Items (emergency relief)
EHIEvaluation of Health Interventions
EHIEnvironmental Harm Index
EHIEnvironmental and Health Impact
EHIEngage Harpoon Immediate
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The study examined the effectiveness of state-mandated guidelines for reducing exertional heat illness among high school football players and provided compelling evidence that exertional heat illness can be prevented through mandated safety policies.
Impact of arm immersion cooling during ranger training on exertional heat illness and treatment costs.
Muldoon, "The relationship between exertional heat illness, exertional rhabdomyolysis, and malignant hyperthermia," Anesthesia & Analgesia, vol.
Predisposing risk factors on susceptibility to exertional heat illness: clinical decision-making considerations.
"Prevention of Exertional Heat Illness Protects Recruits with Sickle Cell Trait from Exercise-Related Death (abstract)." SRGL, Sickle Cell Disease Program, National Institute of Health [accessed on November 27, 2011].
Heat Exertional heat illness is one area of active-duty care that Dr.
For exertional heat illness prevention, parents and coaches should consider the following tips and encourage sport organizers to follow them as well.
Exertional heat illness and environmental conditions during a single football season in the southeast.
Exertional heat illness in Marine Corps recruit training.
Cooling methods used in the treatment of exertional heat illness. Br J Sports Med 39:503-507.
In recent years, so much of AMAA's focus has been on hydration issues and exertional heat illness in marathoning, and Casa frequently speaks, and sometimes brings his students to speak, in D.C.