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How Cold Can You Go?

Knowing the signs and symptoms of hypothermia means you can keep a bad situation from getting worse.

This winter, review the facts around hypothermia before you head into the field to work and play.  Familiarize yourself with the treatment measure you can initiate in the backcountry, and be sure you know what kind of situation warrants an immediate, high-urgency evacuation.

You can learn more about hypothermia during your next Raven Medical course.

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