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Age Page, Hypothermia: A Cold Weather Hazard, August 2001
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A cold wave (known in some regions as a cold snap or cold spell) is a weather phenomenon that is distinguished by a cooling of the ically, as used by the U.S.
National Weather Service, a cold wave is a rapid fall in temperature within a hour period requiring substantially increased protection to agriculture, industry, commerce, and social activities. He wrote the first weather book, Meteorologica, way back around BC.
The book’s title came from a Greek word that means lofty or in the air, which Author: Kristina Pydynowski. National Institute on Aging: Hypothermia, a cold weather hazard. ([Gaithersburg Md.]: National Institute on Aging, ) (page images at HathiTrust) National Institute.
Toddlers can wander off and fall through ice or be left out in cool or cold weather and experience hypothermia. This low body temperature is often fatal but instances of survival after a near drowning occur. Of all drowning deaths in82, occurred in children less than five years old.
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CDC works to. Cold Blows the Wind Today Posted by Jim Macdonald at PM * comments. The temperature on my front porch when I went out on a pre-dawn ambulance call yesterday morning was twenty below, and today I’ve got freezing rain and sleet, with a forecast of four-eight inches of snow on top of it, so it’s time for my annual Hypothermia talk.
Guys, hypothermia can kill you deader’n dirt. Icebergs start off life as snow falling on on land to form glaciers or ice sheets. They form in the Arctic and Antarctic where they build up over many hundreds or thousands of years flowing downhill towards the sea under their own weight as frozen rivers.
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HYPOTHERMIA: A COLD WEATHER HAZARD FOR SENIORS Almost everyone knows about winter dangers such as broken bones from falls on the ice. But cold weather also can cause an important, less obvious danger that affects many older Americans.
Older adults are especially vulnerable to hypothermia, which can be deadly if not treated quickly. Some researchers have speculated that this might result in a decrease in cold-weather mortality (Medina-Ramón and Schwartz, ; Patz et al., ) but evidence is lacking, and McGeehin and Mirabelli () note that “the relationship between winter weather and mortality is difficult to interpret.”.
The authors looked at syndromic surveillance data from England for the and winters to characterize cold weather-related Emergency Department visits. The authors found that the strongest fit with temperature was cold-related fractures in females, and strongest fit for snowfall was cold-related fractures in both sexes.DATE: August DATE REASSESSED: June KS y losses skin penetration or loss of body part (e.g.
eye) crush injuries to skin or finger blood blisters C RS s PEOPLE EQUIPMENT ENVIRONMENT persons under age (18 yrs) transporting equipment to shooting range without supervision misuse of firearm unclear instructions.Outdoor sports participants may experience exertional hyperthermia (i.e., core temperature >39 °C), when practicing in warm-to-hot ambient conditions, or hypothermia (i.e., core temperature Cited by: