- (pathology) constriction of a body part so as to cut off the flow of blood or other fluid
"strangulation of the intestine"
- the condition of having respiration stopped by compression of the air passage
- Fatal suffocation/strangulation
- Crushing, fracture, amputation, strangulation
- Fatal suffocation/strangulation Submersion/Drowning — — —
- (Same outcome as for suffocation/strangulation.)
- Articles shall be designed and manufactured to prevent strangulation.
- Bruising; fracture; laceration (skin of the head); strangulation
- (Same outcome as for suffocation/strangulation.) Sprain, strain, musculoskeletal disorder Extremities Joints
- RISKS: The main risks associated with the product are strangulation, internal and external suffocation and choking.
- Toys and their parts must not present a risk of strangulation.
- suffocation hazard, such as from the drawstrings of an anorak hood which may lead to strangulation;
- Oxygen flow to brain blocked without permanent consequences Oxygen flow to brain blocked with permanent consequences Suffocation/Strangulation — —
- designed in such a way as to eliminate any danger of strangulation or injury, and so as to allow animals to be quickly released.
- Each tether must be designed to avoid the risk of strangulation or injury and to allow the calf to move in accordance with point 7.