Recently, a news about the death of an 18-month-old child who died of oral effervescent tablets attracted much attention. Baby medication safety cannot be overemphasized. Experts remind children to read the instructions carefully before taking medicine to avoid taking the wrong medicine for children. So, what should the baby take effervescent tablets to pay attention to? What principles should the baby follow in drug safety?
News playback: 18-month-old child died of oral effervescent tablets
Recently, a report of “death caused by dry clothing effervescent tablets” caused a sensation. According to reports, Xiao Muhao had a cold and fever and went to a hospital for medical treatment. After the injection, Muhao’s mother took a pill about 6mm in diameter to Muhao from the box marked “oral” Wa Ning effervescent tablets. About 10 seconds after taking the medicine, Muhao suddenly shook his hands and feet, then began to cough violently, and his mouth slowly turned blue. After being rescued by doctors, the trachea was cut and the vesicles of effervescent tablets which had turned into a pool of water were removed. However, Muhao died of brain hypoxia for too long, and the rescue was ineffective.
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Page 1: News playback: 18-month-old children died of oral effervescent tablets Page 2: Warning: the cause of death may be foreign body throat cards Page 3: Safety: effervescent tablets should not be taken directly
Page 4: Reminds: Babies should abide by the “three do not” principle. Page 5: Second, do not abuse small drugs.
Page 1: News playback: 18-month-old child died of oral effervescent tablets
Page 2: Warning: Baby’s death may be caused by foreign body sticking throat
Page 3: Safety: Effervescent tablets should not be taken orally
Page 4: Reminds: Babies should abide by the “three do not” principle of medication
Page 5: Second, do not abuse small drugs