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How to safe your baby? expert safety tips for your baby.


Suffocation and suffocation



  •     Remove the hanging furniture or toys before the baby can reach them.
  •     Keep cables, ropes or ropes away from the baby, especially near the crib. The ropes and strings around the baby's neck can suffocate him.
  •     Keep plastic bags and balloons handy.
  •     Use only toys that cannot be broken without sharp edges or small, detachable parts.

 

Fire and burns

  •     Never eat, drink and wear anything warm near the child or while holding it.
  •     Lower the water heater to 50 ° C.
  •     Check the smoke detectors to make sure they are working.
  •     Carefully check the temperature of the formula. The formula should be hot or cold to the touch.

falls

  •     Never leave the child alone in a high place.
  •     Keep the crib and playgrounds up.
  •     Do not put your child on a hiking trail.

Safety of the car

  •     Use a properly approved baby car seat in the rear seat.
  •     Never leave the child alone in a car.
  •     Wear your seat belt.

Smoking

    Children living in a home where someone smokes have more respiratory infections. Their symptoms are also more severe and last longer than those of children living in a smoke-free home.
    If you smoke, set a quit date and stop. Set a good example for your child. If you cannot quit, do NOT smoke in the house or near children.

immunizations
At the 4-month visit, the child must have:

    DTaP (diphtheria, acellular pertussis, tetanus) shot
    Hib (Haemophilus influenza type B) shot
    polio shot pneumococ (PCV7) sho
    oral rotavirus vaccine.

Some babies also get a hepatitis B stroke at this age.

Some of these vaccines can be combined in one shot, so your child may not have to have 4 or 5 separate shots.

Your baby may suffer from fever and may be irritable about 1 day after the fire. Your child may also have a certain sensation of dizziness, redness and swelling in case of fire.

You can give acetaminophen drops in the appropriate dose to prevent fever and irritability. For swelling or soothing, place a warm, damp cloth over the fire area as often and as long as necessary for comfort.

Call your child's healthcare provider if:

    Your baby has a rash or any reaction other than fever and mild irritability.
    Your baby has a fever that lasts more than 36 hours.

Next visit
Your baby's next routine visit should be at the age of 6 months. At this point, your child will receive the next set of immunizations. Bring your child's card to all visits.
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