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POISONING BY Dr. HAMDY ABO HAGAR Lecturer of Pediatrics 2. Ingestion of toxic products by children is a common occurrence. Children under 5 years of age account for 80% of recorded cases of poison ingestion. INCIDENCE 3. Poison IdentificationWhat happens if a child eats a poison?
Children developing symptoms after ingestion, other than perhaps mild nausea, vomiting, or diarrhoea, require hospital admission. For most poisons, treatment is supportive. Children with nausea and vomiting may require intravenous fluids. Treatment with antiemetic drugs is best avoided.How do you treat a poisoned child?
Different types and methods of poisoning require different, immediate treatment. Swallowed poison. Take the item away from the child, and have the child spit out any remaining substance. Do not make your child vomit. Do not use syrup of ipecac.Who is at risk of accidental poisoning?
Anyone can be the victim of accidental poisoning, but young children are at special risk. Jane Miloradovich, PharmD, CSPI, a specialist in the Poison Control Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), has two key messages for parents: First, keep the Poison Control number — 1-800-222-1222 — at hand in case of a poison emergency.