6 Top Potential Hazards for Baby at Home

The home is the place you feel most at ease, but it also includes potential hazards to raise a child. Parents often underestimate their kids’ abilities and overestimate their intelligence. That cause many children die as a result of a home injury. Be aware of the top potential hazards in the home, and get them under control now. Learn the critical threats to baby safety

 

Top potential hazards to baby at home

Top potential hazards to baby at home

1. MAGNETS  

Small powerful magnets, if swallowed, can attract inside the body and block, twist or tear the intestines. Magnets also usually attach some tiny metals like needle pins. If you think your child has swallowed a magnet, seek medical attention immediately.

2. BUTTON BATTERIES

Once accidentally swallowed, they can get stuck in the esophagus and generate an electrical current that causes severe chemical burns and tissue damage. The window of opportunity for getting it out before it causes irreparable damage is two hours. If you’re even remotely concerned that your child has ingested one of the batteries, head to the emergency room immediately.

3. RECALLED PRODUCTS

Be aware of the latest safety recalls and get dangerous products out of the home.

4. WINDOWS

Never place a crib or playpen near a window blind. To prevent strangulation, use cordless blinds or install safety devices on blind cords; and install window guards or stops to prevent falls.

5. TIPOVER

Kids will climb. Top-heavy furniture, TVs and stoves can tip over and crush young children. Make them all more stable by installing anchors and brackets.

6. POOLS AND SPA DRAINS

Suction from a pool or spa drain can be powerful enough to trap a child or adult underwater. Inspect pools and spas for missing or broken drain covers.

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