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Example sentences for hypothermia

After whispering quietly, the workers decided that she was disoriented and susceptible to frostbite or hypothermia.
Delusions were setting in because of dehydration and hypothermia.
Many of the birds coming into the center suffer from hypothermia.
Hypothermia is going to get you nine chances out of ten.
But it's a tricky feat to pull off: not enough warmth could mean hypothermia or frostbite.
He said the water temperature made hypothermia a serious threat.
Suspended animation is a type of hypothermia already employed during some specialised types of surgery.
He wanted to find a way for divers to avoid hypothermia and still be able to move freely in the water.
Future models will treat hypothermia patients and stroke victims.
Oil spills cause the fur and feathers of affected wildlife to become wet and matted, causing hypothermia.
Out of the cold: management of hypothermia and frostbite.
And finally, extreme temperatures mean keep hydrated and stay warm to prevent heat stroke or hypothermia.
Medical officials determined she died of hypothermia and drowning, according to court papers.
The animals, who already suffered from malnutrition, then became extremely vulnerable to hypothermia.
Spray hits the face and causes frostbite, or runs beneath the collar and breeds hypothermia.
When covered in it, birds lose their ability to regulate their temperature and can develop hypothermia and die.
It may be suffering from exhaustion, dehydration, hypothermia or the toxic effects of ingested oil.
Hundreds of others have been treated in hospital for frostbite, hypothermia and other cold-related ailments.
The narrator is drenched, hypothermia, and ready to give up.
Symptoms of mine have included hypothermia, aphasia, a feeling of rotating.
People were without shelter, and there were some hypothermia cases.
It also required swimming through chilly pools that could cause hypothermia, even though it was sweltering above the surface.
The water along the coast is usually rough and sometimes frigid, and drowning and hypothermia deaths are common.
Thunder and lightning, as well as hypothermia, are much more of a problem than wild animals.
Hypothermia is a risk when traveling in the back country.
If your kayak tips over, which is unlikely, hypothermia can set in before you can get yourself back into your kayak.
Moderate hypothermia therapy may be used on people who remain in a coma after treatment.
Kids in particular are prone to hypothermia after spending a lot of time in the pool.
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