hypothermia

hypothermia

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the way of death of most of the the soldiers who fought in the caucasus against the russians under the command of enver pasa during the first world war. as a result of the long duration of the war and the lack of food supplies, the situation in which people who have nothing on themselves will fall in harsh winter conditions.

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it has two stages. the first stage lasts until the body temperature drops to 32 degrees. chills, shivering, stumbling movements as the temperature drops, signs of irrationality in words are observed. in this case, it is necessary to warm the man directly. in the second stage, that is, below 32 degrees, the situation is serious. chills and tremors pass, irrational speech and behavior begins, the pulse slows. immediate intervention is essential, if there is no intervention, they will die slowly and happily.

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the person at risk of hypothermia may die of cold if not warmed immediately. the quickest way to warm this person up is to put them in the same sleeping bag as a warm person. for example, in the movie saint, our man*, who came out of the river when he was about to freeze, heard our aunt*, who is the main girl of the film, in a similar way.

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it is a disease that is possible for fishermen to live. if the appropriate clothes are not chosen for the region or the season, or if the clothes are too loose, it becomes difficult to maintain body temperature in the depths. fatigue may be felt. in our country's waters, clothes with a thickness of 5 mm are sufficient to provide heat insulation. -in water, heat spreads 25 times faster than in air. the event develops according to this rule. (see diving diseases)

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most of the information on this subject was acquired through the experiments the nazis carried out on the jews during the second world war. the nazis made mind-blowing experiments, including first soaking subjects in a tub of ice-cold water and then throwing them into boiling water.

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body temperature falling below 35 degrees celsius.

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