Dry Drowning: Myths and Misconceptions.

Abstract

Drowning is a leading cause of death in children and is highly preventable. More than 10 people die of drowning in the United States each day, most of them adults. Rates of drowning are highest in children given their developmental vulnerabilities. Drowning incidents that result in cardiopulmonary arrest have a straightforward emergency clinical response… (More)
DOI: 10.3928/19382359-20170925-01

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@article{Dowd2017DryDM, title={Dry Drowning: Myths and Misconceptions.}, author={Mary Denise Dowd}, journal={Pediatric annals}, year={2017}, volume={46 10}, pages={e354-e357} }