Hypothermia

What is Hypothermia?

A body temperature significantly less than 98.6°F (37°C).

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1. It would have taken up to 30 minutes after going out for hypothermia...

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I have been having symptoms of hypothermia, feeling severely cold even with the heater on and blankets piled on. I've been diagnosed with sinus...

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Hi,
Azithromicin is proper drug to treat sinus or any upper respiratory tract infection.
Chills are common in any infection.
Along with antibiotic...

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My 22 mth old just woke up at 1030 pm with a temp of 94 degrees. I know that is considered mild hypothermia, however is this something I should be...

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hi most of the children have fever when they are sick, low body temperature is a sign in severe infection and as she also has a rash on inner...

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