Preventing choking and suffocation in children

  • Published 2017


Choking, suffocation, and strangulation cause serious unintentional injuries in children and are leading causes of unintentional death in infants and toddlers. Nearly all choking, suffocation and strangulation deaths and injuries are preventable. The present statement reviews definitions, epidemiology and effective prevention strategies for these injuries… (More)


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@inproceedings{2017PreventingCA, title={Preventing choking and suffocation in children}, author={}, year={2017} }