Heat exhaustion
Group members :
NUR FARAH IDAYU BT ROSHIDI
2012743043
FARAH ADIBAH BT NORDIN
2012664538
Lecturer’s Name : ...
Definition of heat exhaustion
Causes of heat exhaustion
Sign & symptoms
 Differences between 3 types of heat
 How to ...
Heat
exhaustion
Victim has low-grade fever, generally
temperature increase above normal
Heat Exhaustion occurs when body
less than 104̊ ...
 Water depletion : signs include excessive thirst,
weakness, headache, and loss
consciousness
 Salt depletion : signs in...
sign & Symptoms..
TREATMENT
2- Lay the
person down
and elevate
the feet
slightly
4- Cool the person
by spraying him or
her with cool
water o...
TREATMENT
References..
 http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/h
eatexhaustion/DS01046/DSECTION=ca
uses
 http://www.webmd.com/fitness-
e...
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  1. 1. Heat exhaustion Group members : NUR FARAH IDAYU BT ROSHIDI 2012743043 FARAH ADIBAH BT NORDIN 2012664538 Lecturer’s Name : sir Zulhaili
  2. 2. Definition of heat exhaustion Causes of heat exhaustion Sign & symptoms  Differences between 3 types of heat  How to give treatment
  3. 3. Heat exhaustion
  4. 4. Victim has low-grade fever, generally temperature increase above normal Heat Exhaustion occurs when body less than 104̊ F Heat exhaustion could lead to heatstroke
  5. 5.  Water depletion : signs include excessive thirst, weakness, headache, and loss consciousness  Salt depletion : signs include nausea and vomiting, frequent muscle cramps and dizziness
  6. 6. sign & Symptoms..
  7. 7. TREATMENT 2- Lay the person down and elevate the feet slightly 4- Cool the person by spraying him or her with cool water or fanning 3- Loosen or remove the person’s clothing 1- Get the person out of the sun and into a shady or air-conditioned location
  8. 8. TREATMENT
  9. 9. References..  http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/h eatexhaustion/DS01046/DSECTION=ca uses  http://www.webmd.com/fitness- exercise/heat-exhaustion  http://www.ehs.okstate.edu/kopykit/ HEAT.HTM  http://www.nzdl.org
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