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Drowning (cont.)

Drowning Follow-up

The need for follow up will depend upon the events leading up to the drowning, the resuscitation of the victim, the complications that arise from the drowning event, and other underlying medical conditions.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 7/7/2014

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