Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Body temperature stroke

  • During the last decade, a series of studies in The New England Journal of Medicine chronicled the potential benefits of rescuing patients from stroke, heart attack and other conditions by lowering body temperature to reduce demand for oxygen.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Newswise — LOS ANGELES (Jan.
  • (Newswise)
  • and body mass index, they still found that lack of sunlight exposure and lower temperatures were associated with a risk of stroke. Extreme temperatures also were linked to an increased stroke risk.
  • (MedPage Today)
  • Vitamin D has a lot of effects in the body, Judd said People exposed to the highest and lowest temperatures had the highest risk of stroke, as did those who had the lowest average monthly sun exposure.
  • (Everything Alabama Blog)
  • In 2010, these conditions caused 140 pilgrims to die from heat stroke during the world's largest annual and effectively manage the core body temperature.
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  • Mackay is in the grips of a scorching summer with no signs of the hellish temperatures easing The effects of overheating on the body can vary from heat rash and cramps through to heat exhaustion or heat stroke.
  • (Mackay Daily Mercury)
  • Vitamin D is produced when a body is exposed to sunlight. The study also confirmed previous findings that both hot and cold temperature exposure is associated with higher stroke incidence.
  • (Gant Daily)
  • This treatment lowers the body temperature to preserve brain function after a trauma such as asphyxia. As soon as possible, Scarlett was induced with hypothermia.
  • (Ogden Standard-Examiner)
  • Sedatives and tranquilizers can cause memory problems and abnormal body temperature. Overdose can cause coma or death. Stimulants can cause seizures or tremors, hallucinations, and increased risk of stroke.
  • (WKBW-TV)

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