asymptomatic to a extreme life-threatening condition. It is the result of acute muscle fiber necrosis leading to cell lysis and subsequent switch of these byproducts into the circulatory system. The most important constituent of those byproducts is myoglobin, which has been recognized to cause renal failure in 10-50% of sufferers that develop rhabdomyolysis. In addition, the electrolytes contained inside these cells are leached into the blood stream, which may lead to vital electrolyte abnormalities. The etiology of rhabdomyolysis is broad and consists of inherited illnesses, drugs, toxins, muscle compression or overexertion, infections, and more.