Dry drowning or delayed drowning: know the signs

Though extremely rare, a 4-year-old boy died of drowning days after he went swimming in the USA last month. The suspected cause of death was reported to be “dry drowning” at the time. “Dry drowning” and “secondary drowning” aren’t actual medical terms, but they are used to describe the complications which result from submersion ofContinue reading “Dry drowning or delayed drowning: know the signs”