The difference between low fever and hypothermia

Hypothermia is the medical term for a low fever, also known as hypothermia in the general population, which refers to a mouth temperature between 37.3°C and 38.0°C. Usually, the normal range of body temperature is between 36.2°C and 37.2°C. Hypothermia can be caused by a variety of reasons, such as functional fever, infectious fever, non-infectious fever, etc. It is recommended to visit the hospital for further consultation and treatment.


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