As the baby grows up, the curiosity becomes stronger and stronger. However, children do not have a sense of safety. They often have some accidents, which may even lead to irreparable serious consequences. Parents must learn 6 common sense of daily first aid. Don’t neglect it! Let the small edition of Baibai safety net know about it with you!

1. The baby has nosebleeds again.

Let the child sit down and lean his head forward to let the nose blood flow smoothly. Then let him hold his nose with his hand and breathe with his mouth. After 10 minutes, if the blood hasn’t stopped, knead twice for 10 minutes each time.

After hemostasis, wipe your nose clean and tell your child not to speak, cough or blow your nose to avoid breaking the clot. But if the nosebleed doesn’t stop, it must be sent to the hospital.

2. What about baby food poisoning?

If a child ingests toxic substances by mistake, call an ambulance. Before the ambulance arrives, try to use the emetic method to let the children spit out the toxic substances they eat, and don’t let the children do more exercise to speed up the blood flow. Try to keep the vomitus or food residue and take it to the hospital for test.

3. How does the baby choke?

If the child suddenly coughs violently, it may be due to choking. See if there is anything in the child’s mouth immediately. If something hasn’t been swallowed, let the child spit it out. If the child can’t spit things out by himself, let the child lie on his leg and pat his back with his palm. The child under 1 year old should let him lie on his forearm and hold his head and neck.

The older child, can let him stand in front of the body, put your fist between his abdomen and the bottom rib, force inward and upward. If the contents of the throat still don’t come out, repeat the back slap. Take 5 back taps and 5 front pushes as a unit, and repeat. If not, call an ambulance. Before the rescuers arrive, they should continue to repeat the first aid actions and make final efforts.

IV. what should I do if my baby gets an electric shock?

If the child has not been disconnected from the power supply after being electrocuted, you must never touch him. The first thing is to cut off the power supply. If you can’t find the switch for a while, you can stand on a dry insulating object (such as a thick telephone book or a pile of newspapers) and turn off the power.

Check the child’s breathing, even if he has lost consciousness, but as long as there is breathing, there is great hope to save. The area of the scar left by electric shock on the surface of human body may not be large, but it may cause damage to the child’s internal organs. Therefore, do not move the child at will. Call an ambulance immediately.

V. what should I do for burns?

Once a child is scalded or burned, quickly put the injured part of the child into cold water, which can play a cooling role and reduce the swelling of the injured part. Then take off or cut off the clothes near the wound. If the dress sticks to the wound, don’t move it. Go to the hospital and let the doctor handle it. If the wound area is large, cover it with a clean plastic wrap or cloth and send the child to the hospital immediately.

Vi. how to deal with the strain or sprain?

First, wrap a few pieces of ice with a small towel, cold compress the local area for 10 minutes, then tie up bandages for them, do not do other actions, try to relax, do not speed up the blood flow, so as to reduce the degree of bruise and congestion.

It’s the nature of children to be active. Their safety awareness is shallow. Therefore, parents must do a good job of safety education for their children. If you have any questions about the benefits of early childhood education and other knowledge about children’s safety education, please continue to pay attention to the safety knowledge column of early childhood safety education of Baibai safety net.