What nurses need to know about non-fatal strangulation
Attacks involving airway obstruction are common in domestic violence. Here is practical advice on the signs and actions to take
Non-fatal strangulation (NFS), which has been described as the domestic violence equivalent of waterboarding, can have serious implications for physical and mental health – as well as the safeguarding issues it presents.
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