Malignant hyperthermia is a rare diagnosis, but nonetheless one worth being aware of. Very rarely, malignant hyperthermia may be triggered by succinylcholine, causing it to present initially in the emergency department or ICU. Far more often, malignant hyperthermia will be diagnosed in the operating room – with intensivists involved in providing follow-up care.
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