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According to theWorld Health Organization, drowning is an accident characterized by the lack of oxygen when we are submerged in a liquid. However, nowadays, on social networks we also hear about "dry drowning" or "delayed drowning". This is a type of drowning that happens after swimming. In this article we will explain what to do in case of dry drowning.
There are no typical symptoms of dry drowning. However, there are warning signs of drowning:
- A strong cough.
- Difficulty breathing.
- Lips turning blue.
- Pale skin.
If you notice your child is different after drinking the cup, call 911 directly. We remind you: 15, 18 or 112.
If you see someone drowning, immediately call the lifeguards if you are in a supervised area, otherwise, call the emergency services directly.
First aid measures when the person is out of the water:
- Warm the person up immediately.
- If he/she is unconscious, place him/her in the side position.
- If he/she is not breathing, perform cardiac massage.
- If the person is a baby, perform cardiac massage using both thumbs and the other fingers behind the baby's body. However, if you can't get your fingers around the baby's body, use your palm to do it.
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