A Cross Sectional Study to Evaluate The Existence of Drop in “Core Body Temperature” of Afebrile Arabic Iraqi Citizens Who are Living Inside Iraq, Applied Study in Private Clinic in Baghdad – Iraq
Keywords:Core Body Temperature, Living, Iraq, Private Clinic in Baghdad, Applied Stud
Background: Normal average core body temperature had been established at 37 ºC since nineteenth century.
However, recently many researchers point to a decrease in the average normal human body temperature,
bellow this level, in certain communities.
Methodology: A cross sectional study involved 504 individuals been conducted in private clinics, in
Baghdad - Iraq, over period extended from 7 \ 11 \ 2020 - 30 \ 12 \ 2020.
Objective: to show if there is a drop in human core body temperature in Iraq or not.
Results: human core body temperature drop, in Iraq, bellow standard levels.
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