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Acute severe birth asphyxia - what may be done to improve the
intervention become standard care for asphyxiated newborns?
The Lethal Hazard of Prone Restraint: Positional Asphyxiation
Post resuscitation management of an asphyxiated neonate
Autoerotic Asphyxiation Syndrome In Adolescent and Young Adult

Suggested News Resources

Deaths from auto-erotic acts hidden
A forensic pathologist, Professor Roger Byard, gathered the figures from the national coronial database for all cases between 2001 and 2007 in which death had been attributed to sexual asphyxia or auto-erotic death.
Maintenance worker killed at Jeffboat
Clark County Coroner Edwin Coots says 54-year-old Steve Duncan of Pekin died Friday of compressional asphyxia and blunt-force trauma. The Courier-Journal of Louisville, Ky., reports (http://bit.
Woman dies in fall into recycling bin
Sheila Decoster, 62, died of positional asphyxia after recycling trash outside of her home, the Toledo Blade reported.
Minister of child and youth services urges child welfare council
Just weeks after her release, the little girl died of asphyxia in what investigators say was a homicide.
Middletown Prosecutor Found Dead After DUI Charge
The medical examiner's office said that John Cashmon, 56, died of traumatic asphyxia due to hanging and ruled the death a suicide.

Suggested Web Resources

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Asphyxia - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
Asphyxia | Free Music, Tour Dates, Photos, Videos
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asphyxia - definition of asphyxia in the Medical dictionary - by the
asphyxia /as·phyx·ia/ (as-fik´se-ah) pathological changes caused by lack of oxygen in respired air, resulting in hypoxia and hypercapnia.

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