Examples of hypothermia in a Sentence
She fell into the cold water and nearly died from hypothermia.
Recent Examples of hypothermia from the Web
The threat of hypothermia forces cold-climate farms to invest in heat lamps and other accommodations for their shivering piglets.
The medical examiner's office said epilepsy medication and alcohol played a role in her death, which was caused by hypothermia.
An autopsy has determined that a 19-year-old woman whose body was found inside Chicago hotel freezer died of hypothermia from exposure to cold conditions and not foul play.
And was indeed a cold one, with temperatures in the 30s, and runners (8,700 started) enduring hypothermia and muscle tightness.
Jobs will be created, buildings will be repaired, and teenagers won’t have to risk hypothermia for standard medical care.
The child is in stable condition after suffering from hypothermia.
Emergency responders now use hypothermia on cardiac arrest patients, as do doctors treating newborns with brain injuries.
Currently, however, Spaceworks is looking into techniques already being used in medicine, namely therapeutic 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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