How to Recognize Dry Drowning and Secondary Drowning

Board certified pediatrician Dr. JJ Levenstein, MD, FAAP shares vital information on dry and secondary drowning. Dry drowning occurs when breathing in water causes your child's vocal chords to spasm and close. Secondary drowning happens when water enters your child's airways and builds up. Both cases can result in labored breathing or worse. In this segment Dr. JJ explains how to recognize the symptoms and offers advice on how you can keep your kids safe in the water.
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