Hypothermia is defined as a body core temperature below 35.0 °C (95.0 °F).
Symptoms depend on the temperature. In mild hypothermia there is shivering
and mental confusion. In moderate hypo...
Hypothermia occurs when your body loses heat faster than it produces it. The
most common causes of hypothermia are exposure to cold-weather conditions or
Hypothermia is caused by getting too cold, as the body loses more heat than it
can generate and the body ... Hypothermia is most common in cold environments
Dec 3, 2015 ... In a side note, historically hypothermia has played a major role in the success ...
Civilian examples of deaths caused by hypothermia are found ...
Mar 4, 2016 ... Hypothermia is a condition that occurs when your body temperature drops below
95°F. Major complications can result from this drop in ...
Mar 7, 2016 ... Hypothermia can be a medical emergency if the person's body ... essentially two
major classifications, accidental hypothermia and intentional hypothermia. ... The
cause of hypothermia is the inability of the body's temperature ...
Hypothermia is classified as accidental or intentional, primary or secondary, and
... no underlying medical condition causing disruption of temperature regulation.
Though it is possible for hypothermia to occur indoors, generally it is a much
greater danger in the outdoors. Exposure is one of the main causes of
Apr 4, 2016 ... With chronic disease and aging, however, cause becomes less well defined. ...
Three types of physical stress can affect your body—trauma (wear & tear), ...
extreme physical stress (severe trauma, severe hypothermia, severe ...
Hypothermia is a core temperature < 35 to 35.5° C. The condition may be purely
environmental or ... Treatment is rewarming and correction of the cause.