Hyperthermia Deaths of Children in Vehicles June 29, 2011. Complete and mail back the evaluation form at the end in order to get CEU credits. Webinar brought to you by the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems’ EMSC Program, with funding by the Maryland State Highway Office.
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Complete and mail back the evaluation form at the end in order to get CEU credits.
Webinar brought to you by the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems’ EMSC Program, with funding by the Maryland State Highway Office.
Jan Null, CCM
San Francisco State University
1991-199721 Airbag Deaths/yr11 Hyperthermia/yr
1998-2010<1 Airbag death/yr38 Hyperthermia/yr
100 of the “forgotten” children (44%) wereto have been dropped off childcare/preschool .
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"He was talking, walking, running and acting up,” his mother said. "He was potty trained. He was beginning to talk to us in sentences ... ”
"Demarion can't talk anymore,” she said. "He moans. He doesn't walk. He doesn't crawl. He's no longer potty trained. He has to be fed through a tube … He can’t give us a hug anymore.”
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