[n] - subnormal body temperature
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is too low body temperature, eg below about 35 C (95 F). This can develop slowly over several days in a cold building in winter. Outdoors this is usually from cold, wet and/or wind. Otherwise, eg in older people, it may be related to metabolic rate and/or thyroxine deficiency, as explained under Met...
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Body temperature below normal.
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an abnormally low body temperature
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A severe reduction in body temperature
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Hypothermia: Abnormally low body temperature. The condition needs treatment at body temperatures of 35C (95 F) or below. And hypothermia becomes life threatening below body temperatures of 32.2 C (90 F). The signs and symptoms of hypothermia depend upon the body temperature. The major initial sign o...
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<physiology> A low body temperature, as that due to exposure in cold weather or a state of low temperature of the body induced as a means of decreasing metabolism of tissues and thereby the need for oxygen, as used in various surgical procedures, especially on the heart or in an excised organ ...
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(hi″po-thur´me-ә) low body temperature; it may be symptomatic of a disease or disorder of the temperature-regulating mechanism of the body, may be due to exposure to cold, or may be induced for certain surgical procedures or as a therapeutic measure. adj., hypother´mal, hypother´mic.,...
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abnormally low body temperature in a warm-blooded creature, associated with a general slowing of physiologic activity. Hibernating animals allow ... [2 related articles]
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(hypo- + Gr. therm heat + -ia) a low body temperature, as that due to exposure in cold weather or a state of low temperature of the body induced as a means of decreasing metabolism of tissues and thereby the need for oxygen, as used in various surgical procedures, especially on the heart, or in an e...
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