How to Protect Your Child from Dry Drowning

by NPHM | July 17th, 2019

Although dry drowning is a relatively new term for many parents, it has the potential to become their worst nightmare, especially as the hot summer months have kids clamoring for visits to the local lake or pool.

Dry drowning is a type of delayed drowning, when physical effects of drowning occur long after leaving the water. Unlike a near-drowning event, it can be difficult to notice the moment a child inhales water, putting his or her life in danger. Delayed drowning is extremely rare, but knowing what signs and symptoms to look out for can save lives.

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