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54 There are more than 20 times that many non-fatal incidents.
Several terms related to drowning which have been used in the past are also no longer recommended.Orlm-327: VR, réalité augmentée, Apple va-t-elle lancer ses.25 26 A continued lack of oxygen in the brain, hypoxia, will quickly render a person unconscious usually around a blood partial pressure of oxygen of 2530 mmHg.Archived (PDF) from the original on 15 February 2017.If conscious, the person should be taken out of the water as soon as possible.Archived from the original on 11 November 2009.32 People who drown in fresh water may experience worse hypoxemia early in their treatment, however, this initial difference is short-lived and the management of both fresh water and salt water drowning is essentially the same.Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.
49 Low water temperature can cause ventricular fibrillation, but hypothermia during immersion can also slow the metabolism, allowing a longer hypoxia before severe damage occurs.
Hyperventilation before any dive, deep or shallow, flushes out carbon dioxide in the blood resulting in a dive commencing with an abnormally low carbon dioxide level; a potentially dangerous condition known as hypocapnia.
44 Special care has to be taken for people with suspected spinal injuries, and a back board (spinal board) may be needed for the rescue.