body temperature

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Noun1.body temperature - temperature of the body; normally 98.6 F or 37 C in humans; usually measured to obtain a quick evaluation of a person's health
temperature - the degree of hotness or coldness of a body or environment (corresponding to its molecular activity)
basal body temperature, basal temperature - body temperature in the morning before rising or moving about or eating anything
vital sign - sign of life; usually an indicator of a person's general physical condition; "he was still alive but his vital signs were weak"
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Giesbrecht is one of the world's leading experts in hypothermia: a condition in which the body's normal core temperature drops from 37[degrees]C (98.
But among several hundred patients randomized to myocardial cooling in the ongoing Intravascular Cooling Adjunctive to Primary Coronary Intervention Trial (ICE-IT), 84% had a core temperature lower than 35.
This article provides an integrated review of selected research that examines the differences between brain temperature and core temperature.
The research, published online in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, found no woman exceeded the recommended core temperature limit of 39degC across all studies.
Because of the effect of anesthesia, patients do not experience thermal discomfort during surgery, nor can their body respond normally to changes in core temperature.
It is desirable to place the skin side temperature sensor in good contact with the skin and in a location where the correction for core temperature is not large.
The nasopharyngeal temperature and skin temperature were monitored continuously after discontinuation of Cardiopulmonary bypass until the core temperature stopped decreasing.
05) in core temperature was observed between stage one and stage six (37.
The maximum core temperature of the largest and smallest liver in each batch was recorded.
1, we can see that with clean cooling channels the core temperatures should be about 90 F.
It also features a passive cooling system designed to keep an infant's core temperature below a critical point (heat stroke begins at 104[degrees]F) until emergency responders arrive.
In contrast to the other two studies, heat acclimation did not result in a decrease in core temperature and the perceptions of thermal comfort were improved to a similar extent in both the acclimation and control groups.