hypothermia


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And Alan Weir, clinical director of the Winter Campaign, with St John Ambulance, said: "If people don't keep themselves warm in freezing temperatures, there is a risk they could get hypothermia - especially if they're elderly, very young, or suffer from long-term health conditions.
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When the body's temperature drops below normal from the cold, dangerous hypothermia begins to set in.
Potential complications resulting from perioperative hypothermia are well documented and can be life threatening, increase the cost of care, and dramatically impact patient satisfaction.
2 percent had hypothermia, which happens when the body loses heat faster than it can produce it.
The authors concluded that hypothermia alone attenuated the over-activation of CaM kinase IV and improved neuropathology after hypoxia.
In the emergency department, profound hypothermia could not be detected using an infrared forehead thermometer.
Hypothermia is the hidden enemy in most elective surgery procedures.
Mortality rate was high among cases with mild and moderate hypothermia i.
Hypothermia is a helpful therapy for comatose patients after CPR, and it is defined as the induction of a low body core temperature that is monitored using, for example, an esophageal thermometer, bladder catheter or pulmonary artery catheter, etc.
The successes in pulmonary and cardiovascular care have revealed a new frontier in neonatal care: the prevention of long-term neurologic disability by the early treatment of newborn encephalpathy with therapeutic hypothermia.
A pathologist told the hearing the teenager was suffering from hypothermia.
The cold truth about hypothermia is that Americans aged 65 years and older face this danger, even in late winter and early spring.
An article published in Circulation reports better survival and neurologic outcome among cardiac arrest patients who underwent therapeutic hypothermia compared to standard treatment.