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Things to do in common injuries (2)


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4.ZEHİRLEN studies:

The most common symptoms of poisoning are; sleepiness, different behavior patterns, restlessness, vomiting or diarrhea, rapid pulse and respiration, sweating, excessive salivation changes in the appearance of pupils, tremor and remittance. If your baby has these symptoms, or if you do not have symptoms, if you think your baby has swallowed something suspicious that could be toxic, always call a doctor or regional poisoning center. When searching, report the container, label, how much the baby may have swallowed (if possible), the age and weight of the baby, and the findings of the substance that you suspect has been involved in the accident. Do not force the baby to vomit without contacting a doctor or poisoning center because attempting to vomit some toxic corrosive substances (bleach, ammonia, descalers, furniture polish, petroleum products) is extremely dangerous! In addition, vomiting should be avoided if the child is unconscious and has a referral.

5. ORAL INJURIES:
Lip Splitting: It is a very common form of injury in children. Heals very fast. An ice pack is applied to stop bleeding and reduce pain. If bleeding does not stop within 10-15 minutes, consult a doctor.

Teeth fracture or displacement: First, the baby's mouth is cleaned with warm water. Check for broken teeth in the mouth. (May cause suffocation) Then apply a cold compress to the face area on that tooth. Then consult a dentist. If a permanent tooth is dislodged, it can be cleaned and placed under running water or transported in fountain water or milk to reach the dentist within 30-45 minutes. However, this process can not be done in milk teeth. However, it is useful to consult the dentist with the female.

6. HEAD INJURIES:
Cuts and scars on the scalp: This section incision causes excessive bleeding. It is treated like other skin incisions. Large and unstoppable incisions should be urgently referred to a doctor.
Head trauma: Young babies often bump their heads, fortunately, most of them are slight bumps and do not require treatment. However, it is necessary to observe a child 24-48 hours after a serious blow to the head. If the child has any of the following symptoms after head trauma, seek medical advice immediately:
1. Unconsciousness
2. Transfer
3. Difficulty awakening: Try to wake up the baby every 2-3 hours during post-traumatic sleep to see if it reacts.
4. Vomiting (if more than twice)
5. Skull collapse or swelling
6. Inability to move arm and leg
7. Blood or fluid coming from the ear or nose
8. Post-traumatic balance disorder
9. Differences in pupil size
10. Bruises around eyes

Dr. Contact Şebnem directly
Child Health and Diseases Specialist
International Hospital İstanbul


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