Hypothermia sentence example

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  • These pollutants may cause hypothermia, dehydration, or internal damage.

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  • The weather conditions in the Bering Sea often cause hypothermia, but that's nothing compared to everything else that can happen.

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  • Hypothermia occurs when a person is exposed to a combination of low temperatures, wind, and moisture at the same time.

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  • Hypothermia from submersion in very cold water requires special handling to protect the heart.

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  • So to avoid total hypothermia, on with the extra pair of socks and jumpers... ... .

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  • Kangaroo babies were less likely to get hypothermia than those in conventional care.

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  • Most deaths have been caused by acute hypothermia, known as ' heat stroke ' .

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  • Prolonged exposure to extreme temperatures can also produce hypothermia (lowered body temperature), which can be life threatening.

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  • The chilling effect of a cold wind, particularly if clothing is wet, can induce hypothermia.

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  • A couple of them were suffering from mild hypothermia, due to becoming wet, in inadequate clothing.

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  • Slow rewarming is undertaken when hypothermia is present.

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  • Interest in the use of therapeutic hypothermia in these patients is developing rapidly.

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  • One potential therapy that we are now testing on patients is controlled moderate hypothermia.

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  • The biggest danger of the subnormal body temperature found in hypothermia is the deterioration in the ability to think clearly.

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  • The victim may experience hypothermia (drop in core body temperature).

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  • The risk of hypothermia and frostbite is too great to ignore.

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  • The biggest problem was some hypothermia.

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  • He was eventually located at Red Tarn, suffering mild hypothermia.

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  • In a neonate or young infant a severe infection may cause hypothermia.

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  • The D Class lifeboat had to make a rapid return to the station with one sailor who was suffering from severe hypothermia.

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  • The air funneling up from the snow-covered hollows was frigid and the little doeling was dying of hypothermia.

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  • Andrew, despite suffering hypothermia and appalling frostbite, survived.

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  • The immersion suit helps prevent hypothermia in case the crew enters the water.

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  • Food for Thought Pugh reviewed 23 incidents of accidental hypothermia in walkers, campers and climbers in Scotland, Wales and the Lake District.

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  • Their coats are quite thick and water-repellent in order to protect the dogs from hypothermia when working in cold water.

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  • Well, believe it or not the same goes for leaving a dog in a car in very cold weather, except you have hypothermia to contend with instead of heat prostration.

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  • Outcomes include an increased risk of long-term neurologic and behavioral handicaps, possible intrauterine demise, low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), and low body temperature (hypothermia).

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  • Anyone who is standing in water that is colder than 75 degrees Fahrenheit (24 degrees Celsius) may develop hypothermia.

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