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- adj. Affected by hypothermia; having an abnormally low body temperature
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to a moderate or lower temperature; having a tendency to reduce the temperature.
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- adj. of or relating to or affected by hypothermia
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He also got this therapy, known as hypothermic therapy, actually cooling his spinal cord, cooling his body.
But thanks to a relatively new procedure known as hypothermic treatment - Valdez is expected to make a full recovery.
Officials did not know his condition, though he was described as hypothermic and exhausted when he was pulled from the water.
Dr. Kasper spoke about a genetic condition known as hypothermic cardiomyopathy, which can affect a person's heart-beat pattern and cause sudden collapses and death, most notably in young athletes.
Now there is new evidence that a technique called hypothermic machine perfusion (HMP) may offer an improvement, according to the first-ever study comparing the impact of the two techniques on transplant outcomes.
It is called hypothermic where your body temperature drops though it is possible that the atmospheric temperature is normal.
"We flew eight people to hospital who were hypothermic, which is potentially dangerous, but it is not thought that they are seriously injured."
"The ground temperature was 11 degrees below zero, so it would take only a second to become hypothermic in this water and ice."
Tasers for protecting paramedics from Darren & Kylie, I could well understand, but are they going to drag some poor hypothermic, lost walker off the moors then zap him for getting lost and causing a drain on resources? on March 4, 2009 at 12: 52 pm | Reply PC nonPC
One woman became trapped beneath the ice until a race official leaped in and hauled her out, hypothermic but alive.