Dry Drowning and Similar Situations

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Dry Drowning and Similar Situations

Postby Ernie » Thu Jul 20, 2017 9:57 pm

I've heard weird stories related to children drowning and want to learn more about this.
I found the term dry drowning online and didn't know that before. I studied the symptoms and think I know what to look for.

But I also think I've heard stories about children falling in the water, someone pulling them out, but can't get them to breathe.

Just wondering what advice there is for parents who take their children swimming and what to do if a child falls in the water. Is there anything to do besides wait to see if they are alright?
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Re: Dry Drowning and Similar Situations

Postby Robert » Fri Jul 21, 2017 12:54 am

Learn CPR. It saved my life.
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