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Fiver, an aa kent as pyrexia an febrile response,[1] is defined as haein a temperatur abuin the normal range due tae an increase in the bouk's temperatur set-pynt.[2][3] Thare is nae a single agreed-upon upper leemit for normal temperatur wi soorces uisin vailyies atween 37.5 an 38.3 °C (99.5 an 100.9 °F).[1][4] The increase in set-pynt triggers increased muscle contractions an causes a feelin o cauld.[5]

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  2. Kluger, Matthew J. (2015). Fever: Its Biology, Evolution, and Function. Princeton University Press. p. 57. ISBN 9781400869831. 
  3. Garmel, Gus M. (2012). "Fever in adults". In Mahadevan, S.V.; Garmel, Gus M. An introduction to clinical emergency medicine (2nd ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p. 375. ISBN 0521747767. 
  4. Laupland KB (July 2009). "Fever in the critically ill medical patient". Crit. Care Med. 37 (7 Suppl): S273–8. doi:10.1097/CCM.0b013e3181aa6117. PMID 19535958. 
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