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Autopsy and death investigation concluded the cause of death was environmental hypothermia.
During this 17-year period, 12,368 deaths were attributable to environmental hypothermia or excessive cold (Table 1), for a rate of 0.
Environmental hypothermia results from a combination of heat loss by convection (degree of wind exposure), conduction, and radiation to the surrounding ambient air.
Although these deaths are preventable, the number of deaths attributed to environmental hypothermia remained stable from 1979-1990 (annual age-adjusted death rates for hypothermia ranged from 2.
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