Thursday, February 24, 2011

The dangers of choking and suffocation on children

As a parent I think our children’s safety should come first before anything else, so I have written here some very important safety reminders of preventing accidents on choking and suffocation on children. We all know that choking and suffocation can cause death as it could block the airway and prevent oxygen from getting to the lungs and the brain. So you should take extra precautions to insure that your child or baby is safe. Now I might have miss some as it is impossible to write all the dangers of choking and suffocation but thinking about some of these should start you from thinking about others.

• Store small objects away from babies and small children as they might put them in their mouths.

• Get rid of ribbons and strings that might, either in play or by accident get around a child’s neck.

• Keep peanuts away from children in our house, as they often cause choking.

• Store polythene bags out of children’s reach.

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