Month: June 2015

Helping A Casualty With Hypothermia

Overview Of Hypothermia Hypothermia ranges from mild chills and trembling to unconsciousness and even death. Hypothermia is defined as a body temperature of below 95 degrees. Symptoms Quivering. Fatigue. Confusion. Inaudible speech. Memory loss. Exhaustion. Loss of control of bodily functions. Seizures. Some exposures to the cold are worse than others. Cold casualty’s misplace body heat much faster …

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