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Popular poisons Part 1 (Teacher: Michael)

A patient once me to that his son had swallowed a small battery which had out of his camcorder. What would happen? I defeated.

I had to the nearest hospital, where antidotes for poisons are in the hands of an expert. There the possibility that the battery might cause an obstruction in the lad's bowel; but this unlikely.

Children can swallow an extraordinarily large variety of solid objects - coins and even brooches and chunks of modelling plaster.
Usually, one's advice is to wait and watch. But the real problem in the above case whether a battery contained any rare poisons. It - over a dozen. However, there are many far more common poisons which occasionally even grown-ups swallow as well as youngsters.

There are several reasons for the increase in accidental poisoning.

Firstly, tablets which adults can in safety are where children - who can't them safely - can to them.

In addition, children don't bother about the dose. If the tablets are pretty and sugary, as is often the case, they will swallow a dozen or more.

So all medicines should in a very safe place; and a cupboard out of reach is not always safe. Children are crafty, and they can up on chairs and reach the most impossible places.

In addition, patients tend to tablets and liquids far too long after the need for them has . There's a common idea that - like many other things some of us tend to - these tablets "may in useful".

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