It has become a daily necessity for our parents to bathe their babies, but they know little about the safety of giving babies. Therefore, the family has the baby, bathes the security protection must take seriously! Let’s summarize some safety knowledge of baby bathing for you.
Safety rules for baby bathing
1. Don’t let the child stay in the bath at any time, even if it is only for a short time. This is the most important thing when bathing a child, because less than an inch (2.5cm) of water can cause the child to drown. When bathing a child, if you have to answer the phone or answer the doorbell, you must wrap the child in a bath towel and hold the child to answer.
2. Before taking a bath, put the baby’s bath articles (towels, bath solution, etc.) in the bathroom where you can reach out, so as to avoid leaving the baby there when you take things. Remember: don’t leave your child unattended under any circumstances.
3. Prevent the bath water from entering the child’s eyes, mouth and ears.
4. Make sure the bathroom is warm and the room temperature is 25 ℃. If the temperature is too low, the child will get sick.
5. When bathing the baby, parents should wear rubber antiskid shoes to avoid slipping when holding the baby. When a child can stand and take a bath, make sure to lay a non slip blanket in the bathroom to prevent the child from falling.
6. The bath water should be warm and comfortable, and the best temperature is about 36 ℃.
7. The water in the bathtub should be moderate. For a 6-month-old baby, the water in the bathtub should be 10cm deep; for a baby over 6 months, the water depth should reach the baby’s waist. When putting bath water, do not put the child in the bathtub, because the water temperature will change when putting water, and it may be too much water, flooding the child. When taking a bath in the tub or bathtub, make sure to let the child sit and wash.
8. Shampoo and soap foam will dry the skin and should be used less for children. These products may also stimulate the child’s urethra, which will increase the risk of urinary tract infection. Therefore, you should pay attention to wash the baby’s small butt several times after using the bath solution.
9. Don’t let the child touch the tap, because the child may fall and touch the tap, causing serious injury.
10. Turn off all circuits connected to the tub (such as hair dryer, curling pliers, etc.). Liu ang
Editor’s summary: the most common accidents in the bathroom are slips and bruises. When designing the bathroom, parents should take these problems into consideration, take proper safety protection measures, and reduce the chance of accidental injuries to the baby. If you are interested in children’s common sense of health habits, please go to our Baibai safety net to search!