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Hypothermia and Cold Weather Survival
The onset of mild hypothermia is a field emergency, indicating a significant drop in core temperature has already occurred.

29 slides
Soldiers Guide to Prevent Cold Weather Injuries
The common-sense guide to planning, training, and preparing for cold weather operations in Korea.

61 slides
Dropping temperatures, wind chill, rain, sleet and snow …  Cold weather conditions such as these can leave you feeling chilled to the bone.  If your job requires you to work in cold conditions, you need to be able to recognize the conditions that can lead to hypothermia.

40 slides
Cold Weather Injuries: Prevention, Identification, and Treatment
The information presented in these slides and notes sections (as posted) has been approved by the Injury Prevention Program (IPP) of the US Army Public Health Command (USAPHC) as of March 2014.

21 slides
Working in the Cold
Your body tries to keep itself at 37? C (98.6? F).  When the temperature drops, blood vessels constrict, decreasing flow to toes, fingers, feet, hands.  This keeps your organs warmer, but can cause real problems for extremities.

24 slides
Cold Emergencies
Your next call on this so-far uneventful New Year’s Eve is to Death Valley (AKA: The Bottoms) where a person is found on the ground.  On arrival, you try to turn the patient around, but he is stuck to the ground by ice that formed between concrete and his body.

23 slides
Cold Stress
Explores the physical effects of cold stress.

25 slides
Cold Stress From Cold Conditions
Prolonged exposure to cold causes the body to lose energy faster than it is produced.

23 slides
Cold Stress
Identifying and responding to cold exposure hazards.

44 slides
Cold Injuries: Description, Treatment and Prevention
Prevention of cold injuries is a Command and Individual Responsibility.

35 slides
Cold Stress and the Firefighter
A person suffering from hypothermia will exhibit poor coordination, will often stumble, may slur speech, and suffer from mental dulling with impairment of judgment and ability to work.

41 slides
Recognizing and Managing Cold Emergencies
Frosbite is a result of prolonged cold exposure, outdoors as well as indoors, constricting blood vessels in the extremities, which diverts warm blood flow and oxygen to central vital organs.

36 slides
Cold Weather Safety
You can lose body heat even in 70 degrees.  40-45% is lost through your head & neck, and up to 60% is lost if your hands, wrists & ankles are exposed.

34 slides
Cold-related Injuries
When exposed to cold conditions, your body begins to lose heat faster than it can be produced.  Prolonged exposure to cold eventually uses up your body’s stored energy and your core body temperature drops to 95°F or below.  The result is hypothermia.
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