Sounds like the news creating mass histeria causing more patients to come o the ER for us to talk them off a ledge or admit them, but I agree with you, I thought dry drowning was a term no longer used. 4-6 hrs asymptomatic go home...
> On Jun 12, 2017, at 2:40 PM, Muja Baram <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Due to the recent heighted media coverage of a toddler dying from "dry drowning" There has been an increasing influx of anxious parents with their toddlers and young children into the ED. None of these children have had true submersion nor any trauma. However reviewing the literature seems a bit confusing, particularly with nonfatal dry drowning.
> Any insight?
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