Archive | April, 2013

Managing Choking Victim

Choking refers to any obstruction of the upper airway. It can be classified either as partial obstruction or complete obstruction. Choking may occur in both conscious and unconscious individuals. Some of the common causes of choking include: Complete relaxation of airway muscles that lead to unconsciousness Inhalation of any foreign body that has lodged in […]

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