Drug-associated non-pyrogenic hyperthermia: a narrative review

@article{Bongers2019DrugassociatedNH,
  title={Drug-associated non-pyrogenic hyperthermia: a narrative review},
  author={Koen Sebastiaan Bongers and Mohammed Saji Salahudeen and Gregory M. Peterson},
  journal={European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology},
  year={2019},
  volume={76},
  pages={9-16}
}
Purpose Hyperthermia occurs when heat accumulation surpasses the body’s ability for heat dissipation. Many drugs may affect thermoregulation. This narrative review aimed to provide an overview of the current literature concerning reports of drug-associated non-pyrogenic hyperthermia. Methods A comprehensive search was performed across 5 databases covering the period of inception to March 2019, for publications that reported hyperthermia associated with drug use. Studies that reported potential… Expand
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