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Different treatment for different poisoning
2015-12-22 09:12:29
Different types and methods of poisoning require different, immediate treatment. Here are the AAP's guidelines: 

.If your child has come in contact with poison or you suspect that your child may have swallowed a button-cell battery, and has mild or no symptoms, call your poison control center.

.If your child has swallowed poison, remove the item from the child, and have the child spit out any remaining substance. Do not make your child vomit and do not use syrup of ipecac.

.For skin poison, remove the child’s clothes and rinse the skin with lukewarm water for at least 15 minutes.

.For eye poison, flush the child’s eye by holding the eyelid open and pouring a steady stream of room temperature water into the inner corner for 15 minutes.

.For poisonous fumes, take the child outside or into fresh air immediately. If the child has stopped breathing, start cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Do not stop until the child breathes on his or her own, or until someone can take over.

.If your child is unconscious, not breathing, or having convulsions or seizures due to poison contact or ingestion, call your local emergency number immediately.

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