necessary steps to save the life of a drowning person

Every year more than ten thousand deaths are caused by drowning in India. Death in drowning occurs due to suffocation or water entering the lungs.

Identification of the victim drowning in water

  • He has difficulty breathing
  • Tries to come to the surface of the water repeatedly, to breathe
  • Raising a hand to ask for help,
  • Struggles to breathe
  • Struggling to keep his head above the surface of the water
  • The victim is breathing unusually fast
  • Eventually, the skin may turn blue or faint due to a lack of oxygen in the blood.
  • A face floating in the water, no movement.
  • Near drowning, victims can be saved. 

Necessary steps to save the life of a drowning victim

The main cause of drowning

  • Inability to swim
  • Alcohol abuse
  • Heart attack near water
  • Boating accident
  • Suicide attempt.

Necessary steps to save the life of a drowning victim.

  • Call someone near you
  • To tell her to call for an ambulance
  • Attempt rescue by using a stick or rope to drag the victim to dry ground, if that is safe for you.
  • After bringing it to dry land, cover the victim with a blanket to keep warm.
  • If the victim is unconscious or even dead. do CPR
  • Always seek medical advice after a near-drowning incident.
  • Never try to defend beyond your physical capacity,
  • Do not give CPR underwater
  • Under no circumstances should you try to squeeze the stomach to remove the water.
  • Contraction of the abdomen is life-threatening to the victim, do CPR if the victim is not breathing.

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