Experiences and discoveries ... that progress for your toddler these first years. But cuts, burns, bumps and other injuries are often part of the course. Have the good reflexes with our ABC!
In the event of an incident, keep calm and do the saving actions. Call them ... Learn more
In the event of an incident, keep calm and do the saving actions.
Call the fire department (18) or EMS (15). Indicate precisely the reasons for your call. Example: "1 year old baby, choking, unconscious but he is breathing."
Summarize the situation: "The object came out, it was a marble." Then indicate the actions you performed: "5 pats in the back."
Give your address, with the code and the floor, and your phone number. Never hang up the first one.
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The anesthetic product can be administered in two ways: either by inhalation, by inhalation, or by ... Read more
The numbing agent can be administered in two ways: either by inhalation, with the aid of a mask, or by a puncture in the arm (the skin is asleep before with anesthetic cream too).
One week before the intervention of your child, meet the anesthesiologist. This is the time to ask all the questions that are tapping you. Pass all these messages to the future operated in simpler terms and answer all his questions.
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Thoroughly wash and disinfect the wound. Let dry well and apply a small amount of ... Read more
Thoroughly wash and disinfect the wound. Let dry well then apply a steril strip, taking care to bring the edges of the wound closer.
If the result is not satisfactory, seek medical advice.