Unintentional strangulation in children: a professional approach to the problem.

  • Carolyn S Drew
  • Published 2001 in International journal of trauma nursing

Abstract

Unintentional strangulation in children is a preventable cause of injury. Health care providers caring for injured children may not always consider the positive impact that they can have after such an incident. After caring for a child who had experienced a life-threatening accident involving a cable tie, the author explored the options available to health care providers in preventing similar incidences in other children.

Cite this paper

@article{Drew2001UnintentionalSI, title={Unintentional strangulation in children: a professional approach to the problem.}, author={Carolyn S Drew}, journal={International journal of trauma nursing}, year={2001}, volume={7 2}, pages={60-3} }