When winter comes, do you feel cold every day? The difference is that in the south, the wind is freezing outside, and water dripping into ice indoors; while in the north, there is heavy snow outside, but the indoors are as warm as spring. It is true that \”the north relies on heating during the winter, while the south relies on a healthy body.\” As the weather temperature is low, everyone\’s heating needs increase, and the number of burns is also increasing year by year, especially the burns of children, which happen from time to time. The recent news that \”a 3-year-old girl fell into a bucket of boiling water in a kindergarten and suffered extensive burns all over her body\” made NaotaoG heartbroken. Event review: A few days ago, a 3-year-old girl named Xuanxuan accidentally fell into a bucket filled with boiling water while playing in kindergarten. The mother of the injured girl said that a person in charge of the kindergarten said, \”At that time, a teacher brought a bucket of boiling water and put it there, and then went to the toilet. The child was playing there, and for some reason he suddenly fell into the bucket. The teacher said The water temperature was 70 or 80 degrees, but I felt it was more than 100 degrees. When I saw the child, all the skin on the child\’s body had fallen off.\” The father of the injured girl said that the doctor\’s diagnosis showed that the child\’s waist, buttocks, legs and other parts of the body were 4 One-third of the area was burned. When the doctor was treating the peeling area, the child was wailing… Every year, when winter comes, news about children getting burned comes. Both parents and other caregivers of their children should take their own responsibilities and not cause irreversible physical or mental harm to their children because of their own carelessness. What are the sources of danger that cause burns? (1) Bath water When bathing their children in winter, many parents worry about their children being cold and prepare overheated bath water. This can easily cause burns for the child, or leave a bad impression of taking a bath, and the child will not cooperate with the parents and refuse to take a bath next time. Parents can test the warm water prepared for their children with the skin on the inside of their wrist before taking a bath. If it feels warm and comfortable, it proves that the water temperature is just right. Otherwise, it will not work if it is too cold or too hot. The indoor temperature should not be lower than 24°C. After placing the child in warm water, you need to constantly pour warm water on the part of the child exposed to the water to quickly adapt to the environment. If the water temperature is not enough and the child is too cold, the burn will be more serious. Dear parents, your children are tender, so please be careful! (2) Thermos bottle: The boiling water in a thermos bottle is very dangerous for children. Usually, thermos bottles, boiling kettles, etc. must be placed away from children and out of their reach. Once a hot water bottle or kettle is knocked over by a child, the consequences will be disastrous. (3) In addition to hot dishes and soups, parents like to make the bath water hotter. Due to the cold weather in winter, some parents also make the food extra hot. This is not only bad for the child\’s spleen and stomach, but also makes the food hotter. It may also burn your child\’s mouth. And when hot dishes or hot soup are accidentally knocked over by children, it may also cause skin burns. After parents prepare complementary foods, they should first put them out of reach of their children and wait until they are warmer before giving them to their children. Some parents like to use microwave ovens to heat meals for their babies, but they need to be extra careful at this time. When the microwave oven heats unevenly, some parts of the food will be cold and some parts will be hot. (4) When the indoor temperature is low in winter, some parents will give hot water bottles to their children.Prepare a hot water bottle. There are many types of hot water bottles on the market, and their quality varies. Once a low-quality hot water bottle is purchased, leakage, leakage, or explosion may occur, and the consequences will be disastrous. Children are prone to low-temperature burns if they come into contact with hot water bottles for a long time. Parents can put a hot water bottle under the quilt before their child goes to bed, but take it out when the child is about to go to bed. Do not let children come into direct contact with hot water bottles. (5) Warm baby Some parents are worried that their children will catch cold after falling asleep, so they put warm baby on their children through their clothes. This kind of heat source that children are exposed to for a long time can easily cause low-temperature burns to their delicate skin. After children fall asleep, they are less sensitive to temperature changes and cannot respond in time even if they feel hot. When parents find that the skin of the baby\’s area where the baby is being warmed is red and has small blisters, it is a low-temperature burn. Try not to use baby warmers on your children at ordinary times. (6) Electric blanket Electric blanket is an artifact of heating the bed when the temperature in many homes is low. But it is best not to use electric blankets for children. On the one hand, children\’s bodies are not like adults and cannot withstand high temperatures, which can easily lead to excessive sweating and loss of a large amount of body fluids. On the other hand, when children wet the bed, the electric blanket may leak electricity, posing a risk of electric shock. (7) The little sun also needs a heating artifact – the little sun, which is shaped like an electric fan, except that instead of fan blades, there are heating resistance wires inside. The red ones make you feel warm when you look at them. However, due to long-term heating, the air outlet of the heater will be very hot. Once the child gets close to the air outlet of the heater, there may be a risk of burns. There are also some heaters without protective covers, which are even more dangerous. When using the heater at home, you must take good care of your children and do not touch the heater. Emergency treatment methods after burns: Please remember the five methods of \”rinsing-taking-off-soaking-covering-removing\” if children suffer from burns! Rinse: For minor burns, rinse immediately with running tap water for about 30 minutes (don’t be afraid of wasting water, and don’t put ice cubes directly on it); take off: if there are clothes on the burned area, remove them in cold water and cut them if necessary. Don\’t take it off. (Never break the blisters yourself); Soak: Continue soaking the burnt area with clean cold water for 10-30 minutes, which can relieve pain; Cover: Sterile gauze sold in pharmacies, cover the affected area to ensure the burnt area is clean and reduce infection ;Send: After completing the previous steps, if you are seriously burned, you must send it to a doctor in time. Prevention of daily burns (1) When holding a child, do not hold hot liquids at the same time. Children\’s skin is very delicate and sensitive. Even a drop of coffee, tea or hot soup may burn your child. (2) Keep hot water cups, thermos bottles, kettles, and hot water spouts of water dispensers away from children. (3) Do not use a microwave to heat your child\’s milk or other food. Before your child drinks milk, stir it thoroughly and test the temperature of the milk. (4) Keep matches, lighters, candles, alcohol, fireworks, firecrackers and other flammable materials away from children. (5) Heating equipment in winter: Avoid using heaters without protective covers, and watch your children not to approach or touch the heater. Precautions for baby burns ▶ Various folk remedies and home remedies are strictly prohibited to avoid secondary injuries. ▶ Do not apply toothpaste, soy sauce, plant ash or any other materials. ▶ Don’t use various potions on your own, Alcohol disinfection, do not pick the blisters yourself. ▶ For burns caused by chemical agents such as strong acid or alkali, rinse with plenty of cold water as soon as possible and seek medical attention as soon as possible.