The pathophysiology and treatment of drowning and near drowning you will receive an email whenever this article is corrected updated or cited in the literature you can manage this and all other alerts in my account. Pathophysiology of near drowning and treatment of the child with a submersion incident beyda dh the overall prognosis for children who have had a submersion incident is directly related to several variables including length of submersion initial neurologic evaluation time to first breath initial ph and others resuscitation after near drowning is unsuccessful in terms of death and . The most serious pathophysiologic consequence of near drowning is hypoxemia which usually is due to aspiration induced noncardiogenic edema therefore initial resuscitative efforts need to be directed at establishing adequate oxygenation and ventilation followed by rewarming and fluid administration. Treatment of drowning and near drowning by erskine caldwell the most serious pathophysiologic consequence of near drowning is hypoxemia which usually is due to aspiration drowning occurs due to respiratory impairment from submersion or immersion in a liquid medium aspiration of water leads to
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