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*  Shock in Cats | petMD
Below normal body temperature (hypothermia). Primary Cause. A common cause of shock is trauma, such as being hit by a car or ... Basic supportive care for cats in shock includes intravenous fluids, external warmth for hypothermia, oxygen supplementation, ...
  https://www.petmd.com/cat/emergency/accidents-injuries/e_ct_shock
*  Weak and Abandoned Newborn Goat Kids
Hypothermia (sub-normal body temperature) kills.. Floppy Kid Syndrome: Young kids who have overeaten on milk (usually bottle ... Kids with fever seem perfectly normal but *stupid* about nursing. A kid with fever won't nurse. Take the rectal temperature of ... Atresia Ani: This lack of a rectal opening prevents solid waste from being expelled from the kid's body. Like cleft palate, ...
  http://tennesseemeatgoats.com/articles2/WeakAbandonedKids06.html
*  November 2007
Hypothermia During hypothermia, normal body temperature (98.6ºF) drops to or below 95ºF. Symptoms are fatigue or drowsiness, ... Set the oven temperature at 325 degrees F. Place the turkey breast-side up on a flat wire rack in a shallow roasting pan 2 to ... The temperature should reach 180 degrees F in the thigh. If you cook a turkey with the stuffing inside it, the center of the ... Most of the heat leaves your body through your head, so wear a hat. Gloves are important to protect the hands. - Don't work in ...
  http://www.ic.nc.gov/ncic/pages/1107safe.htm
*  Fluid and Electrolytes to support activity
Body functioning is compromised by loss of too much water. ... Water is the main need for the body' life-supporting functions ... Hypothermia: a below-normal body temperature. See further articles on this subject under the Nutrition section ... Hyperthermia: an above-normal body temperature. Heat Stroke: the dangerous accumulation of body heat with accompanying loss of ... Each liter of sweat dissipates about 600 kcalories of heat, preventing a rise in body temperature of almost 10° C. The body ...
  http://www.time-to-run.com/nutrition/fluid-electrolytes.htm
*  Sudden Cardiac Arrest - Ottawa Heart Institute
... usually caused by disruptions to the normal electrical activity of the heart. ... Therapeutic Hypothermia. Hypothermia means the body temperature is below normal. Therapeutic hypothermia is a deliberate but ... temporary lowering of the body's temperature to reduce injury or damage to vital body organs. ... A normal, healthy heart is a muscle that works as a pump. Its main job is to pump a regular supply of blood, oxygen, and ...
  https://www.ottawaheart.ca/heart-condition/cardiac-arrest
*  WO2009071097A1 - Use of hypothermia inducing drugs - Google Patents
... thereby inducing hypothermia, thus benefiting patients suffering from illnesses characterized by tissue anoxia. ... The present invention relates to the induction of hypothermia in humans in a predictable and dose responsive fashion by use of ... Hypothermia. Hypothermia is the lowering of the core temperature of the body below normal level. Normal body temperature in an ... Hypothermia: Lowering of the body temperature below normal level.. Ischemia: Restriction in blood supply with resultant ...
  https://patents.google.com/patent/WO2009071097A1/en
*  Hypothermia and Your Pet
Normal temperature for a dog or cat is 100.5 to 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit. Symptoms vary with treatment involving blankets, ... Hypothermia occurs when body temperature falls below normal. ... Hypothermia occurs when body temperature falls below normal. A ... Hypothermia can be mild, moderate, or severe depending on how low the body temperature is. The most common cause of hypothermia ... Illness and disease can also cause the body not to be able to regulate its temperature, which can also lead to hypothermia. ...
  http://www.pethealthnetwork.com/dog-health/dog-diseases-conditions-a-z/hypothermia-and-your-pet
*  Hypothermia dictionary definition | hypothermia defined
The definition of hypothermia is a very body temperature below normal. (noun) An example of hypothermia is a body temperature ... The definition of hypothermia is a very body temperature below normal.. An example of hypothermia is a body temperature less ... How would you define hypothermia? Add your definition here.. Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.. ... hypothermia. Noun (countable and uncountable, plural hypothermias). *(pathology) abnormally low body temperature; specifically ...
  http://www.yourdictionary.com/hypothermia
*  Cold Stress on Trucked Cattle
Death losses in cattle are often greatest when the temperatures are near freezing and either rain or freezing rain blows into a ... Hypothermia is a reduction of deep body temperature below normal. This can be caused by prolonged exposure to cold, accompanied ... If reducing heat loss is not enough to maintain their body temperature, the cattle must start to produce heat. ... The temperature where heat production must begin is referred to as the Lower Critical Temperature (LCT). When cattle reach ...
  http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/livestock/beef/facts/01-079.htm
*  National Weather Service Text Product Display
HYPOTHERMIA Hypothermia is just a complicated word for lower-than-normal body temperature. Hypothermia can be brought on in ... Remember that hypothermia is the actual lowering of body temperature. Hypothermia is the most dangerous and life-threatening ... As the wind increases, heat is carried away from the body, driving down the body temperature. Remember that animals are ... A good way to detect hypothermia is to take the persons temperature. If it is below 95 degrees fahrenheit, seek medical care ...
  http://forecast.weather.gov/product.php?site=BUF&product=PNS&issuedby=LZK
*  A Guide to Surviving Cold Temperatures With Your Dog | HubPages
This guide helps you and your dog survive the cold temperatures! ... has come and some of us are experiencing cold temperatures and ... Hypothermia is defined as 2o Celsius below normal body temperature. For dogs, this is 38o Celsius or 98o Farenheit as dogs have ... a higher body temperature than humans.. Exposure to water will speed up the process tremendously - being cold and wet draws out ... 5. Hypothermia and Frostbite. Taking good care of your pup is important to prevent these two winter dangers. A large number of ...
  https://hubpages.com/animals/3-Ways-To-Tell-If-Its-Too-Cold-For-Your-Dog
*  Blood Warmer Devices Market: Global Industry Analysis 2012 - 2016 & Opportunity Assessment 2017 - 2026 | SYS-CON INDIA
These devices help in maintaining normal body temperature and also helps in avoiding hypothermia. Manufacturers are focusing on ... Long exposure to cold temperature can result in hypothermia condition in which the body temperature drops. Hypothermia ... Therefore, hospitals are adopting blood warmer devices on a large scale to maintain the body temperature. Blood warming devices ... Owing to the rise in a number of surgeries, growing cases of hypothermia among infant and geriatric population, increasing ...
  http://in.sys-con.com/node/4233759
*  Cooling may benefit children after card... ( NEW YORK (December 3 2009) -- When t...)
Study participants will be randomly selected to either have their body...,Cooling,may,benefit,children,after,cardiac,arrest, ... be randomly selected to either have their body cooled through therapeutic hypothermia or maintained at normal body temperature ... body heat will be adjusted using special temperature-control blankets. Those receiving hypothermia will have their body ... Therapeutic hypothermia, a treatment in which the patient's body temperature is lowered and maintained several degrees below ...
  http://www.bio-medicine.org/medicine-news-1/Cooling-may-benefit-children-after-cardiac-arrest-62538-1/
*  Abstract #3804: C/EBP\#946; in hepatocytes promotes inflammation and disrupts whole-body metabolic homeostasis during...
Sixteen hours after LPS treatment, C/EBP\#946; HKO mice had near-normal body temperature, in contrast to marked hypothermia in ... Message Body (Your Name) thought you would be interested in this article in Cancer Research. ... Abstract #3804: C/EBP\#946; in hepatocytes promotes inflammation and disrupts whole-body metabolic homeostasis during ... Abstract #3804: C/EBP\#946; in hepatocytes promotes inflammation and disrupts whole-body metabolic homeostasis during ...
  http://cancerres.aacrjournals.org/content/69/9_Supplement/3804
*  Thermoregulation - Wikipedia
Normal body temperature is around 37 °C (99 °F), and hypothermia sets in when the core body temperature gets lower than 35 °C ( ... The opposite condition, when body temperature decreases below normal levels, is known as hypothermia. It results when the ... In 2006, it was reported that transgenic mice with a body temperature 0.3-0.5 C lower than normal mice lived longer than normal ... Innate heat Normal human body temperature Thermal neutral zone Insect thermoregulation "Global Warming: Future Temperatures ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thermoregulation
*  Drowning - Wikipedia
The brain will die after approximately six minutes without oxygen at normal body temperature, but hypothermia of the central ... Hypothermia which reduces brain temperature significantly can improve outcome. A reduction of brain temperature by 10 °C ... The body at rest is fully oxygenated by normal breathing and cannot take on any more. Breath holding in water should always be ... This is because cold water can have other lethal effects on the body, so hypothermia is not usually a reason for drowning or ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drowning
*  Alfentanil
Body Temperature Below Normal (Hypothermia). Involuntary Trembling Or Quivering (Tremor). Visual Disturbances ...
  http://library.everyonehealthy.com/library/drug/Alfentanil
*  Water For Life | Smore Newsletters
No animal can keep there normal body temperature because of oil, which is called hypothermia. Without certain thing like trees ... Animals can't keep their normal body temperature when covered with oil so then a lot animals end up dying. ...
  https://www.smore.com/77aqx
*  How does homeostasis relate to hypothermia?
... your body will keep itself in check so that you won't come into harm's way. ... Homeostasis refers to the ability of your body to maintain an internal balance while adjusting to external factors. Put another ... Hypothermia is when your body temperature drops below the normal standard needed for your body to function correctly. Think ... When Body Temperature Goes Wrong. As warm-blooded animals, the human body can amazingly keep us at the correct temperature ...
  https://www.ehow.co.uk/how-does_4565589_homeostasis-relate-hypothermia.html
*  Overdose and Withdrawal - ITB Therapy for Severe Spasticity
... hypothermia (lower than normal body temperature), seizures, loss of consciousness, and coma. Once the infusion system (the pump ... You should not receive ITB Therapy if you have an infection, are allergic to baclofen, or your body size is too small for the ... and the catheter) is implanted, possible complications include unintended movement of the catheter or pump within the body or ...
  http://www.medtronic.com/us-en/patients/treatments-therapies/drug-pump-severe-spasticity/living-with-itb-therapy/overdose-withdrawal-warning-signs.html
*  Benefits and Risks - ITB Therapy for Severe Spasticity
... hypothermia (lower than normal body temperature), seizures, loss of consciousness, and coma. Once the infusion system (the pump ... You should not receive ITB Therapy if you have an infection, are allergic to baclofen, or your body size is too small for the ... A screening test provides you and your doctor with an opportunity to discover whether your body will respond to the treatment ... and the catheter) is implanted, possible complications include unintended movement of the catheter or pump within the body or ...
  http://www.medtronic.com/us-en/patients/treatments-therapies/drug-pump-severe-spasticity/about-itb-therapy/benefits-risks.html
*  Water Safety
... putting them at risk for hypothermia (when body temperature falls below normal). Shivering infants or those whose lips are ... Body temperature drops more quickly in water than on land, and it doesn't take long for hypothermia (when the body loses heat ... A temperature below 70°F (20°C) is cold to most swimmers. Recommended water temperatures vary depending on the activity and a ... Water temperature is important, too. Enter the water slowly and make sure it feels comfortable for you and your kids. ...
  http://kidshealth.org/KHovnanian/en/parents/water-safety.html
*  Oswego County Emergency Management
HYPOTHERMIA is brought on when the body core temperature drops below normal. Symptoms include uncontrollable shivering, slow ... If frostbite or hypothermia is suspected, slowly warm the victim and seek immediate medical assistance. Never give a frostbite ... This is the temperature at which exposed skin would suffer frostbite within a short period of time. ... By definition, life-threatening wind-chill conditions occur whenever the combination of wind speed and air temperature combine ...
  http://www.oswegocounty.com/emo/winter.html
*  Application of Mild Therapeutic Hypothermia on Stroke: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
... but it lacks distinction between hypothermia and normal body temperature. However, the evidence of association between the ... Regardless of the technique, therapeutic hypothermia was defined as the body temperature of 33-34°C (mild hypothermia) and ... Lowering body temperature has been shown to exert strong neuroprotection [4, 6], while elevation of body temperature extends ... Body temperature on hospital admission is an important predictor of clinical outcome. Therapeutic hypothermia is promising in ...
  https://www.hindawi.com/journals/srt/2012/295906/
*  Two Treatments Yield Similar Outcomes in Children After In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest | Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation
... improve survival or functional outcomes in children who experience in-hospital cardiac arrest any more than normal temperature ... No differences in neurobehavioral function between children in two temperature treatment groups a year after suffering from ... cardiac arrest in a hospital setting ANN ARBOR, MI -- Emergency body cooling does not ... Current guidelines recommend using either therapeutic hypothermia or actively maintaining body temperature within the normal ...
  http://www.sca-aware.org/sca-news/two-treatments-yield-similar-outcomes-in-children-after-in-hospital-cardiac-arrest