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The recognition of fulminant hyperthermia and accidental hypothermia during anesthesia and surgery has given a new impetus to clinical thermometry in the operating room. It is suggested that in order to recognize and avoid these conditions in the anesthetized patient, a routine of continuous monitoring of body temperature be added to our armamentarium for patient care.
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