Heat exhaustion and heat stroke are two conditions caused by environmental heat exposure. Heat exhaustion is a condition where the core temperature of the body rises from 370C (98.60F- Normal) to 400C (1040F). This is a relatively mild condition where the person is recovered fully by prompt first aid measures. But if this condition left untreated it can progress to heat stroke where the core temperature ris ...Read more ›
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