Heat Stroke and Heat Exhaustion
Keep the patient in a coolest possible place
Place the patient in a tub of cold water, preferably containing ice. This will reduce the body temperature.
Wrap the patient in cold, wet sheets or towels and fan him
Summon the doctor as quickly as possible.
People whose temperatures remain much above 106 degrees F for prolonged periods usually do not recover.
Patient should be cooled quickly by being placed into a tub of cold water.
If the patient is conscious, move him to a cool place, give him plenty of salted water (teaspoon of salt to a tumbler of water) and keep him comfortable
Observe for signs of heat stroke