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FLUID REPLACEMENT AND HEAT STRESS Part II Invited Papers IN PART II THE EXPERT PAPERS that formed the basis for the development of the basic science summary and recommendations in Part I are included here in the order they were presented at the workshop. A sub-committee of the CMNR worked with the Army Grant Officer Representative, COL E. Wayne Askew to define the focus for the workshop and the report. Speakers were selected who were active senior investigators and well known for their research in the specific area. Each speaker was asked to carefully review the literature in their own field of expertise in preparation for their presentation. In their presentation and in their chapter, the invited experts were requested to make critical comments on the relevant research and conclude with their personal recommendations. After the workshop, each author was given the opportunity to revise or add to their papers based on committee questions. The final papers were used by the committee in the development of Part I. Although the conclusions of the following chapters focussed on fluid replacement and heat stress in a military setting, these chapters provide a state-of-the art review of fluid and carbohydrate-electrolyte beverage intake during any type of outdoor activity whether heavy work, sports, or recreation.
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