2003
DOI: 10.17986/blm.200382495 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: …ZET SUMMARYAs a very serious reason of accidental deaths in childhood, we have aimed to investigate deaths due to foreign body aspiration (FBA), since its incidence has not decreased despite advances in the techniques and instruments for its emergency treatment.We retrospectively reviewed the records of forensic cases due to FBA examined at the DiyarbakÝr Branch of the Council of Forensic Medicine between 1990 and 2003. Over this period this office investigated 8330 medicolegal deaths cases, 22 of which were … Show more

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“…[3] Goren et al studied the mortality in children in relation to FBA and reported that 36.4% of the victims were dead on arrival, 50% on intervention, and 13.6% after complications due to delayed hypoxia. [4] We studied and compared the morbidity and mortality in the early and late diagnosis groups of paediatric FBA presenting to our hospital.…”
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“…[3] Goren et al studied the mortality in children in relation to FBA and reported that 36.4% of the victims were dead on arrival, 50% on intervention, and 13.6% after complications due to delayed hypoxia. [4] We studied and compared the morbidity and mortality in the early and late diagnosis groups of paediatric FBA presenting to our hospital.…”
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“…The nature of inhaled foreign bodies varies from country to country and is dependent on diverse cultural, social, and economic factors that include parental attitudes, eating habits, availability and types of potentially threatening objects, and prevention strategies [3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10].…”
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“…Aspiration of a foreign body (FB) into the tracheobronchial tree besides being serious due to risk of causing death by asphyxia [1,2], can also chronically lead to irreversible pulmonary lesions. Most FBs are aspirated by children under 10's [3], and over 50% of them are under 3's [4].…”
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