Tropical fever due to heat exposure; sunstroke, or other fever or delirium due to heat.
Or sunstroke; Rise in body temperature caused by excessive exposure to heat.
Mild heatstroke is experienced as feverish lassitude, sometimes with simple fainting; recovery is prompt following rest and replenishment of salt lost in sweat. Severe heatstroke causes collapse akin to that seen in acute shock, and is potentially lethal without prompt treatment, including cooling the body carefully and giving fluids to relieve dehydration.
Collapse caused by exposure to excessive heat. heat stroke
Sudden prostration due to exposure to the sun or excessive heat; SYN. insolation, thermic fever, siriasis.
heatstroke caused by excessive exposure to the Sun.