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Official journal of the International anesthesia Research Society.

Body temperature andlysis ‘ provides new tool for the assessment of malignant hyperthermia riskA new DNA test can make it much easier for patients at risk for malignant hyperthermia identify a rare but life-threatening complication of exposure to common anesthetics reported the of Anesthesia & Analgesia of Anesthesia & Analgesia, official journal of the International anesthesia Research Society .

HRM curve analysis was the the need for a new method for detecting MH risk. The current test is highly invasive and a biopsy of the quadriceps muscles and special testing equipment. A genetic test would be a valuable alternative is impractical, cause there are so many different gene variants may MH. Many of them come in a gene called RYR1 , the very large size of which makes it difficult to screen variants.