Neurodevelopmental outcome for extended cold water drowning: A longitudinal case study

@article{Hughes2002NeurodevelopmentalOF,
  title={Neurodevelopmental outcome for extended cold water drowning: A longitudinal case study},
  author={S. K. Hughes and D. Nilsson and R. Boyer and R. Bolte and RobertP. Hoffman and J. D. Lewine and E. Bigler},
  journal={Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society},
  year={2002},
  volume={8},
  pages={588 - 595}
}
There is little longitudinal data examining outcome of pediatric near-drowning. Most literature tracks status 5 years or less post insult, focusing primarily on gross neurologic status as opposed to more subtle neurocognitive deficits. The present case tracks the neuropsychological profile of a child who was submerged for 66 min, the longest time documented. Acute medical support was aggressive, and recovery was dramatic, being featured in multiple media reports. Although an article published 6… Expand
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