Hyperthermia Extracted from Survival Guide to Midwifery, 2nd Edition (2012) Diane M. Fraser and Margaret A. Cooper, Oxford; Churchill Livingstone: 2012. Courtesy Elsevier Hyperthermia is defined as a core temperature above 38°C. The usual cause is overheating of the environment but it can also be a clinical sign of sepsis, brain injury or drug therapy. […]

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