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Noyades : aspects physiopathologiques et thérapeutiques Drowning : Pathophysiology and treatment

@inproceedings{OuanesBesbes2010NoyadesA,
  title={Noyades : aspects physiopathologiques et th{\'e}rapeutiques Drowning : Pathophysiology and treatment},
  author={Lamia Ouanes-Besbes and Fahmi Dachraoui and Islem Ouanes and Fekri Abroug},
  year={2010}
}
MOTS CLÉS Noyade ; Immersion ; Submersion ; Œdème pulmonaire Résumé Les appellations anciennes basées sur les circonstances de la noyade dans la littérature francophone (noyade primaire ou secondaire) et sur le devenir dans la littérature anglophone (« drowning » en cas de décès, et « near drowing » en cas de survie) sont désormais abandonnées au profit d’une définition unique. La noyade est définie comme un processus entraînant une atteinte respiratoire primaire par immersion ou submersion… 

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