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Wednesday, October 24, 2012
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For every child who
drowns, four more are hospitalized for near-drowning
Fla. (May 21, 2012) – It’s something most parents think could never
happen to their family, but every year in the United States nearly 830 children
drown. In Florida, drowning rates for children are more than double the
national average and are higher than any other state in the nation. In 2010,
Florida lost 74 children under the age of 4 to drowning. Hillsborough County
has the 4th highest drowning rate in the state, following Broward, Dade and
Palm Beach counties.
“Drowning hits every socio-economic group, every race,” said St. Joseph’s Children’s Advocate Bevin Maynard. “Parents shouldn’t think they because they are well educated or live in a nice house that it can’t happen to them.”
Maynard notes that myths like these can give parents a false sense of safety, and allow kids to be "set up" for danger. Below are some common misconceptions related to drowning and tips on what you can do to help keep your children safe around water.
Myth 1 - Drowning is noisy.
The truth is, drowning victims don’t typically scream and splash when in distress - they often just slip away in silence. Children can drown in seconds, and most drownings happen when a child is left unattended or during a brief lapse in supervision.
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The truth is, there are water hazards in and around every home. “Although most rownings and near-drownings occur in residential swimming pools and in open water sites, children can drown in as little as one inch of water and are therefore at risk of drowning in wading pools, bathtubs, buckets, diaper pails, toilets, spas and hot tubs,” said Maynard.
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Myth 3 – My child is never outside without me, so I don’t need a pool fence.
The truth is, curious children, especially those younger than 4 years old, can easily find a way out of the home and fall into bodies of water like pools, hot tubs and ponds. Often they are discovered too late to save. “Many parents of
children who have drowned were shocked to discover that their toddler found a way out of the house,” said Maynard. “In some cases, an older sibling left a door open, in a few others, children who were thought to still be napping were instead discovered in the pool.”
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Myth 4 - My child can’t drown because he’s wearing arm floaties. The truth is, personal floatation devices
aren't approved for safety and won't protect a child from drowning.
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This is the second near drowning accident in the Tampa bay area this week. A pool fence by pool guard of tampa bay would have protected this child. Thank god he will be ok.
SEMINOLE — A 2-year-old boy was rushed to All Children's Hospital
Monday night after he nearly drowned in the family pool, deputies said.
Chantelle M. Bang, 21, pulled her son, Noah, from the pool around 8 p.m. and administered CPR until paramedics arrived, deputies said.
Noah Bang was in stable condition and expected to be released from the
hospital early Tuesday.
According to deputies, the child was in a back room of the 10875 131st Street N home, playing with his mother and uncle when Chantelle Bang left the room for five minutes. When she returned, neither her son nor his uncle were in the room, deputies said.
She found Noah floating in the backyard pool, which has no safety fence
around it, deputies said.
It is believed Noah exited the house through the garage and made his way to
the pool before his mother found him.
The investigation is ongoing.
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