In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The lucky ones only lost their fingers and toes to frostbite, since air is much colder at higher altitudes.
- In 1941 he treated a young Canadian for frostbite, and had to amputate the man's gangrenous fingers.
- He has suffered frostbite in his fingers, his eyesight is blurred, he has problems with his hearing in one ear and his gums are coming away from his teeth.
- Your fingers and nose are suffering from burning frostbite.
- None from this group suffered from severe or very severe frostbite.
- Insufficient food has also left him two stone lighter with chronic gum and tooth pain and frostbite has deformed one of his fingers.
- Ice should not be applied directly to skin because it can cause frostbite - place a cloth between the ice and skin.
- Not all of them know, however, that if it's left there too long, or applied directly to the skin, an ice pack can cause serious frostbite.
- But I would've looked fantastic as the paramedics treated my frostbite, I'm sure.
- It not only protects against wind burn and frostbite, but it also keeps you from breathing in super-cooled air.
- Somebody did find me that day but I already had severe hypothermia by then and frostbite also.
- You can identify frostbite by the hard, pale and cold quality of the skin that has been exposed to the cold.
- Some will succumb to frostbite (fingers and toes are often lost) and there may be tense encounters with wild animals.
- Prolonged application of cold at very low temperatures can cause frostbite or nerve injuries.
- In cold weather, the wind-chill factor significantly increases the chance of frostbite and other disabling injuries.
- Operators should know the signs of hypothermia and regularly check for frostbite.
- He has not yet lost a toe or finger to frostbite, and added that ‘no mountain is worth losing a digit for’.
- The condition has been known to arise from injuries as diverse as frostbite, leg ulcers and punctures from hypodermic syringes.
- Hypothermia and frostbite can also cause problems for people during a very cold snap.
- Winter weather can be nasty, and two of the meanest winter culprits are hypothermia and frostbite.
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