Healthy Infant Follow-Up
The Most Valuable Nutrient For The Baby: Breast Milk
Vaccines And Importance Of Vaccınes
Coughing In Children
Fever In Children
Common Cold And Flu In Chıldren
Infections Diseases In Children
Diarrhea In Children
Security Of Children And Home Accidents
The Importance Of Smokeless Airspace
Sport In Children
• Süreyya PAKSOY, MD
• Benal ÇUBUK, MD
• Buket ÖZTÜKEL, MD
• Selda AYTAÇ, MD
• Cengiz ÖZTÜRK, MD
• Meltem ERTURAÇ, MD
• Fatma TAT, MD
• Aysu ÖZTUNÇ DİKERLER, MD
• Dilber BEKTAŞLAR, MD
• Seral Kadınşah, MD
SECURITY OF CHILDREN AND HOME ACCIDENTS
Remember that the measures to be taken for protecting the children from potential accidents at home and outside will be life-saving. So what kind of measures can be taken to try to avoid accidents?
• The baby should under no circumstances left unattended and should be kept under surveillance especially in the bathroom.
• The bed must be suitable for the baby and its borders should be protective. Care should be given that the child bed is placed far away from window.
• Hot drinks, hot water kettles, etc. kitchen utensils and oven should be kept away from the baby; hot drinks should not be consumed near the baby.
• Temperature of hot water installation should be set at home and hot containers should be placed out of reach of children.
• Inspection of heating system and chimneys should be performed and security obstacle should be placed in front of heaters.
• All windows should have safety latch.
• Plastic bags and balloons should be kept away from the baby.
• The baby should not be allowed to play with toys containing small parts and small objects.
• Remember that all foods with small and round line such as nuts, corn, sugar etc. bear choking risk for the baby and little children.
• No smoking at home.
• Reliable and experienced babysitter must be selected.
• A security gate should be placed to entrance and exit of the stairs.
• Electrical cables should be extended as protected from height where the children may not reach.
• Drugs, detergents and other poisonous materials should be stored as locked in separate cupboards in their original containers in the places where the children may not reach.
• First aid must be learned.