The child’s head is bruised, how to do?

What if the child’s head is bruised? Step 1 Observe After the child falls down and touches his head, don’t rush to pick up or move the child. Watch carefully for 10 minutes in a safe environment. When the child behaves as follows, it may not be a big deal: Stay awake and react normally. Have a normal face; The spirit and consciousness are normal, and there is no lethargy or extra listlessness. Both hands and feet can move freely. After a short cry due to pain or shock, it returns to normal, usually not more than 10 minutes. In a few cases, pain and crying may cause the child to vomit 1-2 times, which will disappear with the relief Read More …

Babies may suffocate with the wrong pillow! The things about pillows

There is a folk custom in our country that when the child is full moon, the elders will give the doll a tiger head pillow, implying good luck and peace, and eliminating disasters and difficulties for the child. Although the tiger head pillow has a good moral, it is actually useless, because the baby of small months does not need what pillows at all. Let’s talk about the baby’s pillow. It is not acceptable to use it too early. The main function of the pillow is to make the baby sleep more comfortably. The ideal pillow should be adapted to the baby’s shoulder width and neck curvature, so that the neck muscles are in a relaxed state and can be Read More …

The child sprained his ankle, how to do?

What if the child’s foot twists? Step 1 Stop walking After the child [sprained his foot], the child should be allowed to stop his current exercise or walking. Continuing to exercise or walk after spraining may aggravate the injury. 2. Ice (cold) sprained area Within 48 hours after the sprain, cold water towel, ice mineral water or ice bag can be used to cold compress the sprained position. Cold compress can relieve inflammation and swelling caused by sprain, and it can also relieve pain. Suggestions on the number of ice compressions: the first 24 hours, once per hour, once for 20 minutes; 24 ~ 48 hours, 3 ~ 4 times/day, 1 time for 20 minutes. 3. Go to the hospital Read More …

How many times a day do you need to check your blood sugar if you have diabetes?

Once diagnosed with diabetes, monitoring blood sugar is essential. Some patients do not know how many times a day to check blood sugar, and whether there is a difference between fasting and postprandial blood sugar in what. Let’s give you a detailed introduction to several indicators for monitoring blood sugar and some problems that need attention. Glucose monitoring at home in how? Glucose meter is a standard configuration and necessary tool for diabetics. In addition to doing examinations in hospitals, Diabetes patients need to monitor their blood sugar level at home through a rapid blood glucose meter. In the outpatient department, There are still a few patients who never monitor their blood sugar, Always by feeling. Today, my head is Read More …

What should I do if I am cut by something sharp?

What if you cut? 1. What do you do? If the wound is very shallow and bleeding is not much, it can be handled by itself. (1) Cleaning the wound Rinse all around the wound with clean water. (2) Dressing If the wound is small, you can stick a Band-Aid. If the wound is large, you can use clean gauze and wait for the wound to scab naturally. (3) Timely dressing change Band-Aid and gauze should be replaced on time. If they stick to the wound, they can be wet with normal saline and gently removed. If they are wet and dirty, they should be replaced in time. (4) Analgesia If the child is in great pain, calm the child’s Read More …

Should diabetics choose insulin therapy in what?

At present, insulin has become a sharp weapon for the treatment of diabetes, but many people still have misunderstanding about insulin treatment. Some people think that insulin has no side effects of what, and they voluntarily request insulin treatment as soon as they are diagnosed with diabetes. Other patients believe that insulin is the final stage of diabetes treatment, Even though the blood sugar is already very high, Also reluctant to start insulin therapy. In fact, both concepts are one-sided. The following is a brief introduction to the need to consider insulin therapy in what: 1. Type 1 diabetes mellitus is characterized by impaired islet cell function, Insulin secretion is absolutely insufficient, Once diagnosed, insulin is required, But also requires Read More …

The child is bruised, what should I do?

What if the child’s skin is bruised? Step 1 Stop the bleeding first For obvious bleeding after abrasion, after washing hands, press the wound tightly with sterilized gauze for 5 ~ 15 minutes. Step 2: Clean the wound After stopping bleeding, rinse the wound with clear water or normal saline to wash away the dirt on the surface of the wound. Step 3 Take the medicine After cleaning the wound, use cotton swabs dipped in iodophor (or iodophor cotton swabs) for disinfection treatment, and then apply breathable Band-Aids to prevent the wound from contacting other dirt. If the wound is slightly red and swollen and suspected of infection, apply erythromycin ointment or mupirocin ointment to the wound. 4. Serious bruises Read More …

After the operation pain, is endure or use analgesic pump? Will it affect wound healing?

Pain after surgery is one of the most difficult problems. If bleeding, inflammation, Patients will generally very readily accept the doctor’s advice to use drugs for treatment. However, when doctors recommend patients to use analgesic treatment after surgery, they often show hesitation. On the one hand, they are worried about the unbearable pain after surgery, and on the other hand, they are afraid of adverse reactions caused by the use of analgesic pumps. Today, Dr. Clove introduced the postoperative analgesic pump to you. I hope you can change your biased analgesic concept after reading it. How does the doctor know if I hurt? In hospitals, visual analogue scale is generally used to grade postoperative pain. The doctor will give the Read More …

Scientific Arrangement of Sports to Avoid Sudden Death Accidents

Sudden death of middle school students during long-distance running, sudden death of freshmen during military training and sudden death of city marathon runners. Such news is also common. Is it terrible? Do you feel like you don’t want to exercise any more? These accidental deaths during or within 24 hours after exercise are called sudden death due to exercise. From healthy young people, sports enthusiasts to professional athletes, everyone who exercises at high intensity has the possibility of sudden death. What is more terrible is that sudden death seems impossible to prevent. But in fact, reasonable exercise methods can not only obtain the benefits of physical exercise, but also minimize the risks. Who is most likely to suffer sudden death? Read More …

Ten Most Frequently Asked Questions on Malaria and Artemisinin

On October 5, 2015, the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded to Professor Tu Youyou (read: Tu You You) of our country. This is also the first time that Chinese researchers have won the Nobel Prize in Science and Technology. This award is precisely to reward the great contribution of artemisinin discovered by Professor Tu Youyou and her team to the world’s fight against malaria. However, when congratulating Professor Tu on winning the award, many people must not be familiar with malaria and artemisinin. Dr. Clove took this opportunity to explain common problems. Is what malaria? Malaria is an infectious disease caused by a parasite called Plasmodium. It is transmitted through the bites of infected mosquitoes. This Read More …