Tuesday, July 18, 2017
Dry Drowning: Know the Signs. #scuba #drydrowning #drowning #poolsafety
It sounds scary: A child can seem fine after getting out of a pool or body of water but then start to have trouble breathing an hour -- or up to 24 hours -- later. You'll worry a whole lot less once you know the signs of submersion injuries, and how to prevent them.
Read the rest here: http://www.parents.com/kids/safety/outdoor/dry-drowning/
Adults, please see an emergency room if you aspirate water. Even though you may cough most of it out, there is a great risk for something very similar and even pneumonia.
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