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Heat and Cold Emergency Situations

heatcramps/ a painful spasm of skeletal muscles heatexhaution/ most common form of heat related illness heatstroke/ develops when a bodies cooling mechanism is overwhelmed coolthebody/ one way to treat a heat related illness youngchildren/ a group of people who are at an increased risk of a heat related illness heavysweating/ one symptom of heat exhaustion frostbite/ the freezing of body tissues waxyskin/ a signal of frostbite hypothermia/ the general cooling of the entire body ventricularfibrillation/ lethal irregular heartbeat impairedjudgement/ a syptom of hypothermia passiverewarming/ putting dry clothes on a person rub/ never do this with the afffected area from frostbite

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4.develops when a bodies cooling mechanism is overwhelmed
8.one symptom of heat exhaustion
9.the general cooling of the entire body
10.a signal of frostbite
11.freezing of body tissues
12.a syptom of hypothermia
13.most common form of heat related illness
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1.lethal irregular heartbeat
2.one way to treat a heat related illness
3.putting dry clothes on a person
5.never do this with the afffected area from frostbite
6.a group of people who are at an increased risk of a heat related illness
7.a painful spasm of skeletal muscles

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