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Published: Sun, March 26, 2017
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Hypothermia - definition of hypothermia by The Free Dictionary

Hypothermia - definition of hypothermia by The Free Dictionary

Pop-A-Lock, the country's largest security company, wants parents and caregivers to be informed about the extreme, and some fatal times, dangers of locking a child in a vehicle accidentally during frigid winter temperatures through their free PALSavesKids program that aims to prevent vehicular hypothermia. Older Americans can not feel cold weather shifts like younger people, and they may suffer from hypothermia without even knowing they are in danger, "cautions Meigs.

Edwards (pediatrics and neonatal And Neonatal Nurses, and Pediatric Neurologists with a 20-chapter guide to neonatal neural rescue, especially the use of hypothermia to prevent hypoxic-ischemic brain injury related to perinatal asphyxia.

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They use the same material as those on board the RAF's Sea King helicopters in the UK, Cyprus and the Falklands and are carried by mountain rescue teams to treat hypothermia. You have been exposed to the cold and they are distressed, confused, have slow, shallow breathing or they are unconscious, they may have severe hypothermia.

HYPOTHERMIA This is usually caused by being in a cold Environment.

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