A teaspoon of water into your lungs can kill you.So I would imagine not very
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If I had a tablespoon of water in my bathtub, there wouldn't be much ... water
would be enough to draw fluids into the lungs to drown someone?
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Mar 17, 2015 ... Drowning in a teaspoon of water basically means getting stuck on a tiny, trivial
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Jun 25, 2015 ... Kids can drown hours after leaving the pool, experts say ... He said it takes just a
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puddle of water and can be drowning in the blink of an eye with no way to get up.
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Secondary drowning can occur from as little as a tablespoon of fluid in the lungs.
No: A normal healthy person (not a baby) won't drown from a cup of water. If he is
drinking .... 7. Can you drown off a tablespoon of water? Dr. Oscar Novick Dr.
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Jun 17, 2008 ... An account of a 10-year-old boy's death explains dry drowning and its symptoms.
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Should such difficulties be noted in a swimmer, that person should be ...
Jun 15, 2015 ... Whether it's a bit of peanut or a few teaspoons of water going down the wrong ...
Some of the warning signs that suggest someone is in trouble include: ... Experts
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