Chocking: Facts Related to Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

Published by: manav on 5th May 2017 | View all blogs by manav

The info-graphic titled "Facts Related to CPR and Its Causes" states some of the interesting facts related to sudden death causes like drowning and chocking. They are as mentioned,

  • In 2000, near around 160 children within the age group of 14 years or less are died from an obstruction of the respiratory tract due to inhaled or ingested foreign bodies.

  • More than 90% of death

  • happened because of gulping foreign objects occur in children younger than 5 years old out of which 65% are infants.

  • Liquid, the most common factor of chocking in infants, whereas balloons, small objects and hard food are the cases seen in children.

  • There are more than 100 visits to U.S. emergency department for every chocking related death.

  • During the year 2001, 10.5% of children treated in the emergency department for chocking episodes were admitted to the hospital.

  • In all cases chocking-related that visits emergency department, out of which 18% are the ones that had happened by the mistakenly gulping of coins especially in the children ages 1 to 4 years.

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