Examples of hypothermia in a Sentence
She fell into the cold water and nearly died from hypothermia.
Recent Examples of hypothermia from the Web
Beaumont police identified the mother as Colette Sulcer, 41, and said her daughter was being treated for hypothermia but doing well.
The officers were able to pull the mother and child onto the boat, and the young girl was responsive but suffering from hypothermia.
At that point, Brandon started to worry about hypothermia.
Spending six days in a cave without any light means hallucinations, hypothermia, and the potential for fatal falls.
Four other relatives — a husband, wife and their two children — were rescued by helicopter and treated for hypothermia at a hospital before being released.
A Racine County man who was rescued by water patrol from Lake Michigan on Sunday morning was sent to the hospital for a potential case of hypothermia.
Attempting to cross from Catalina Island to the mainland in 1999, a 20-mile test, Cleveland — suffering from hypothermia — was pulled out of the water after six hours.
The local Atlantic Ocean temperatures are cold, but not so much that swimming without a wetsuit puts runners at an elevated risk of hypothermia.
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Origin and Etymology of hypothermia
First Known Use: circa 1886See Words from the same year
HYPOTHERMIA Defined for English Language Learners
medical Definition of hypothermia
- hypothermia, defined as temperature under 36.6°C
- —Emergency Medicine
hypothermicplay \-mik\ adjective
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