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  1. Hypothermia is dangerously low body temperature, below 95°F (35°C). ... dry conditions. You are more likely to develop hypothermia if you are: Very old or very young ...
  2. ... put you at risk for problems such as hypothermia and frostbite . ... core body temperature drops just a few degrees, hypothermia will set in. With even mild hypothermia, your ...
  3. ... on the arms or legs may also have hypothermia (lowered body temperature). Check for hypothermia and treat those symptoms first. Take the following ...
  4. ... 133. Prendergast HM, Erickson TB. Procedures pertaining to hypothermia and hyperthermia. In: Roberts JR, Custalow CB, Thomsen ...
  5. ... something warm, if possible. This will help prevent hypothermia . The person may cough and have difficulty breathing ...
  6. ... Keep the person comfortable and warm (to avoid hypothermia ). Have the person lie flat with the feet ...
  7. ... Confusion or delirium Fever or low body temperature ( hypothermia ) Lightheadedness due to low blood pressure Rapid heartbeat ...
  8. ... whites of the eyes Weakness Low body temperature (hypothermia) Poor feeding Seizures, shock , or coma Herpes that ...
  9. ... NERVOUS SYSTEM Drowsiness, coma Difficulty walking Dizziness Fever Hypothermia (body temperature is lower than normal) Seizures Tremor ...
  10. ... Loss of sensation Lower than normal body temperature (hypothermia) Nausea and vomiting Paralysis Shock Slow pulse Slowed ...
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