In summer, children wear less clothes to take precautions. They cannot prevent the baby from jumping up and down. Once they fall, the delicate skin will inevitably get some scratches. Although it is a small wound, there are times when it becomes infected due to improper care, especially when the temperature is high and you sweat a lot. And do you still remember the things we always had at home when we were children? Colorful red and purple liquids, as well as alcohol and iodine that people avoid. (Because the stings hurt.) However, times have changed, and violet solution, red solution, and iodine solution have also been eliminated due to various ingredients. So how should we deal with these small traumas correctly? Just remember these 3 things: water, antibiotic ointment (Vaseline), gauze 1. Wash your hands before cleaning your child’s wound, and be careful to avoid external infections. 2. If you want to stop the bleeding from a small wound, you can usually stop the bleeding by yourself. If the bleeding does not stop automatically, cover the wound with clean gauze or medical cotton balls and apply pressure. If bleeding continues after 10 minutes, keep pressing, lift the bleeding site to a position higher than the heart, and take the child to the hospital for treatment. Remember not to learn some unorthodox methods, such as tying with ropes or the like to stop bleeding, or sprinkling various powders on the wound (and don’t learn those home remedies to apply random things when you are burned). Compression is the single most effective way to stop bleeding at home. 3. Clean the wound with flowing water or saline. Keeping the wound under flowing tap water can reduce the risk of infection. If there is any debris on the wound, use tweezers disinfected with alcohol to remove it. If you can\’t clean it yourself, ask a doctor to clean it up. 4. Apply antibiotics or Vaseline. Apply a thin layer of antibiotic ointment or Vaseline to the wound to keep the surface moist, which can promote wound healing and prevent scarring. Some ointments contain ingredients that can cause a mild rash. If a rash occurs, stop using the ointment. If you don\’t want to use antibiotics if it\’s mild, remember to apply Vaseline. 5. Wrap it in gauze. Consider whether to use gauze based on the size and location of the wound. If you are worried that the wound will be frequently contacted by clothes, quilts or other objects, \”hide\” the wound to keep it clean. If the wound is shallow, it can be exposed directly to the air. 6. Change the gauze promptly and change it at least once a day. When the gauze or band-aid becomes wet or dirty, it should be replaced in time to prevent the infection from becoming more serious. 7. Tetanus vaccine: If the wound is deep or dirty and you have not had tetanus in the past 5 years, you should get it. 8. Pay attention to the wound and observe whether the wound is infected. If you find signs of infection near the wound, such as inflammation (the symptoms of inflammation are redness, swelling, and pain), or pus or other dirt oozing out, you need to go to the hospital. The doctor took it a step further. The safety of the child is the first priority. Only by letting the child play in a safe place will there be less harm. If the baby is bruised, don\’t be particularly nervous. After stabilizing the child\’s mood, deal with it in the correct way.