Airway Emergencies CPR-C Re-certification

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Mild Choking   Figure 6: Common symptoms of severe choking include clutching of the throat with hands, inability to speak, cough or breathe and wide eyes. Mild choking occurs when the airway is only partially obstructed. Coughing may be a symptom of a mild airway obstruction and is a natural way of clearing the airway. …

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