The lack of knowledge and methods of water rescue techniques.

 

 

Drowning is a source of rapid death (within 5 minutes), it is imperative that people provide first acts of water rescue techniques as quickly as possible. In addition, the data show an alomost complete lack of knowledge of emergency. You can see the large space taken up by traditional resuscitation (see graph) which are methods that must be avoided at all costs.

 

Examples:

1) Attempts to expel water from the body of the child drowned by physical force (to exert strong pressure or jump on the child's chest and stomac).

 

2) Attempts to expel water from the child by encouraging vomiting or coughing forcing rotten food or other substances Harmful to the child mouth to induce vomiting, or inserting a stick or other objects into the trachea of the child to induce cough.

 

3)Attempts to expel water from the body of the child drowned by physical means such as drying the child by covering him.