Cardiac & Resuscitation, Patient Care

Swimming Hall Accident

Water immersion and drowning in childhood is a serious problem in distinct regions, where it is one of the most common cause of accidental death, neurological damage and hospital admission.(1) Commonest sites for drowning are non-tidal lakes and lagoons or private swimming pools and basins. Resuscitation after drowning per se is not very successful in terms of death and complete neurological recovery, especially, if additional injuries of the CNS or other organs have to be taken into consideration.(2)

Case Report
When jumping into a public swimming pool a 12-year-old boy collided into another child and