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Toy Recalls: 7 things you can do to keep your child safe

Recalls of toys and other children's products are enough to make anyone nervous. Are you wondering what, if anything, you can do to keep your child safe?

Though you can't protect him from every danger, there are many ways to protect your child from harm. Here are some helpful suggestions:

1. Check the product number

Many recalls involve toys manufactured only within a certain time frame or produced at a particular factory. Manufacturers use product numbers to identify when and where a toy was manufactured.

If you think one of your child's toys has been recalled, find the product number on your child's toy and check it against the recall notice published on the Consumer Product Safety Commission's (CPSC) website or on the manufacturer's website.

Usually the product number is stamped in an inconspicuous place, like the underside of a toy. If you have trouble finding the product number, contact the manufacturer or check the CPSC's website for more information.

2. Take away recalled toys immediately

If one of your child's toys is on a recall list, immediately take it away and follow the recall instructions. In many cases, you can send the toy back to the manufacturer for a safer replacement or be compensated for it.

If your child is a baby, it's easy enough to distract her and take away the toy without her even noticing. And the promise of getting something new may be enough to soften the blow for toddlers and preschoolers who don't want to give up a favorite toy.

3. Throw away broken or worn-out magnetic toys

Magnetic toys are often recalled because the small, powerful magnets inside them can loosen and fall out. Children who swallow the magnets can suffer life-threatening conditions like a bowel obstruction or perforated intestine.

If your child has any magnetic toys, check them often for signs of wear and tear, discard the ones that are in poor condition, and supervise your child when he plays with them.

4. Watch out for lead

Some parents do their best to buy local when it comes to children's toys with good reason: Lead paint has been banned in the United States since 1978.

So if you're buying handmade toys from craftspeople who use materials purchased in the United States (or from toy companies that produce everything in the United States), you can be very sure their products are lead-free. And craftspeople must meet the same safety standards that large manufacturers do.

The CPSC is working with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to make sure imported toys are safer too. The United States has set standards for the lowest lead content and lead paint limits in the world and has increased seizures of unsafe imported toys.

Lead can be found in more than just toys, however. The CPSC has previously recalled toddler sunglasses, children's overalls, and even baby bibs because of lead content. Lead is sometimes used as a stabilizer or coloring agent, so throw out bibs that are cracked or flaked to make sure your baby doesn't accidentally swallow a piece.

5. Get your child tested for lead exposure

The American Academy of Pediatrics advises that a child may not show any obvious physical symptoms of lead exposure, even at levels high enough to later cause learning and behavior problems.

If you're concerned that your child may have been exposed to lead, ask her doctor for a blood test. (Federal law requires the test if your child is eligible for Medicaid.) In some areas, you may be able to get a free lead test from your local health department. It's a quick and easy procedure that can be done in a lab or doctor's office, and you'll get the results in a few days.

6. Store toys safely

It's not enough just to buy safe toys. It's also important to store your child's toys in a safe place. The CPSC has received reports of death and brain damage as a result of toy chest lids falling on children's heads or necks. Kids have also suffocated after climbing into a toy chest to hide.

According to the CPSC, the best way to keep your child safe is to remove the lids from toy chests. If you don't want to remove the lid, you can install a spring-loaded support that will hold the lid open in any position.

7. Stay up to date on recalls

You can read about product recalls at the CPSC website.

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One of the biggest changes of recent decades is to accurately track the development of our fetus. What does the doctor pay attention to during ultrasound examinations? What does a mother and baby live for?


What is Ultrasound?

The essence of the procedure is that the probe emits sound waves that are absorbed or reciprocated by different tissues. All of this can be done with the help of a computer to display a two-dimensional image. The black shadows of the ultrasound image show the liquid, all other formulas give a more or less bright surface. With 4D technology, the scanners do not scan one but many planes at a glance. Two-dimensional images are converted into 3D by the computer. The fourth dimension is time, because all of this can be seen constantly and in motion. The motion can be stopped numerically and the resulting three-dimensional image can be rotated as desired.
Three ultrasound examinations are being carried out during pregnancy since the change of the new pregnancy care rules in 2014. These are:

First trimester: 11-13

In this case, the doctor asks the mother to appear with a full blister, so that the blister raises the body, so that she can see the baby better. The sonographer lubricates the skin with a non-greasy gel so that the abdomen can move the sensing head more easily.
What can you see then?
The doctor can tell you how much mother is carrying a baby underneath her heart, clarifying the term day. By the end of the 11th week after loading, the limbs develop, the abdominal wall closes, and so can their major abnormalities (malformation), as well as chest and greater cranial abnormalities.
Groundhogging is conducted between the 11th and the 13th week, and is obligatory and free for all young children.
If the fetus accumulates more fluids than normal, it indicates anomalies. Thickened brachial plexus may be primarily a sign of Down's syndrome, but may also indicate other chromosome aberrations, such as Turner's syndrome. In addition, without a chromosomal disorder, there may be a disturbance of the lymphatic circulation, resulting in the thickening of the magenta (cystic hygroma).
Fingerprinting is not completely reliable in itself. However, when combined with a blood test (integrated test), it detects the problem with up to 95% confidence.
If you want a hundred percent result, you can get it by chorionic lung test or amniocentesis. But these interventions have a single risk of miscarriage.

Second Trimester: 18-20. hйt

Genetic ultrasound screening is used to screen for some rare cases of abnormality. These include anencephaly (brain deficiency), abdominal abnormalities, open spine, kidney problems, and in some cases, hernia, and cardiovascular disorders.
If your doctor detects a problem, there are a number of possible remedies after your diagnosis.
There are differences that only require follow-up ultrasound examination (renal pelvic, brain ventricular, bladder).
Certain conditions can be improved by intrauterine treatment, at least until pregnancy, with the utmost safety in the uterus (treatment of intra-uterine malignancy with increased transfusion). These interventions can be performed repeatedly, of course, after careful consideration of the advantages and disadvantages. The decision is made by a group of medical professionals. There are also intra-uterine interventions. Occasionally, you may have a condition that is recognized in the uterus and, after careful monitoring, can be successfully followed after birth (some cardiac abnormalities, cerebral palsy, open spine, and open stomach).
Very rarely, severe changes that are incompatible with the life of the uterus occur, in which case (based on medical advice, but based on the parents' decision), termination of pregnancy is warranted.
What can you see then?
Details of internal organs can also be observed. Mostly, the doctor can tell the baby's gender.

Third trimester: 30-32 weeks

Earlier examinations may raise doubts about the condition of the fetus, and may require more ultrasound examinations.
Repeated checks are warranted if the size, position, blood circulation of the baby are uncertain, if the amount of amniotic fluid, the location of the butterfly, the maturity and the blood circulation are in question.
More frequent ultrasound check can be expected even if the mother has high blood pressure, gestational diabetes, vaginal bleeding, twins, or baby mobility.

4D UH - Lightweight ultrasound

The increasingly well-known and accepted 4D ultrasound examination allows the baby to be seen "alive" in a photographic manner. This examination is most often done by parents. For a 4D ultrasound, see Figure 24-32. week is best for you: you not only see a tiny, shapeless cauliflower out of the fetus, but the whole baby fits into the picture.
The method has first and foremost a "value", which of course is not negligible. Some people are starting to really bind this to the fetus. Termйszetesen szбmos (fetal йs lepйnyi) elvбltozбs mйrtйke, elhelyezkedйse, kiindulбsi point valу kцrnyezethez better relationship megнtйlhetх, нgy the gyermeksebйsz szбmбra kцnnyebben bemutathatуvб do some rendellenessйgeket (lip йs szбjpadhasadйk, koponyaыri cyst in the abdomen and spine zбrуdбsi rendellenessйgei esetйn).

Is ultrasound tired?

No, but the vaginal examination is not too comfortable and full of blistering is pretty awful - if you have to wait a lot.

Can my partner come in?

If the space is big enough, you can naturally have anyone you want your mother to know. The whole kinship does not fit in.

Does the baby have a baby?

There is no scientific evidence that it is harmful, but that it does not cause any harm in the long run. For this reason, international recommendations are recommended for diagnostic purposes only.

Do I get a copy, shot?

It is natural for a private customer to make a video or print image of the screen. There is not everywhere in the hospitals.

Kinga and the twins

We were really expecting a baby after her two sons, so after the positive test I wanted to go to my doctor right away, but she was on the go. no pregnancy and then come back in a week or two. I couldn't wait for my doctor to come back from vacation. And there the big hunr: Two are in there. I called my son immediately! One fetus is 11.7 millimeters, the other 9, but one egg is half the size of the other.
By week 13, we had to wait for another exam. So that we already knew both of them, we didn't want to lose either, but there was nothing we could do. We waited a week, went on with life, worked, and tried to get used to the idea that six would be gone.
And the big day is coming! We saw that they were both immersed in amniotic fluid at 49 and 55 millimeters.
At week 19, they had a "genetic" ultrasound scan and everything was fine.
And at week 20 we were saved for a three-dimensional ultrasound scan, where we had seen the little paws, even though we were moving so hard that we could not decide which one was right.
At that time, I switched to hospital because I was afraid of being premature or of low birth weight - in this case, it was better to have a clinic - and I did not want to avoid completely unknown conditions.
The twin pregnancies were not really treated specifically, and even fewer ultrasound examinations than I had counted were: one at 28 and the other at 32. In both cases, they monitored the small heart rate, the lying, the adhesion of the butterfly, the development of the baby and the amount of amniotic fluid. At week 28, one of the dolls was lying in the pool and the other was lying in the bed. We have also talked about birth here. The doctor said if she had to give birth now, she would be a cup, but let's wait. Then at week 36, the yews came, and by then they were both head-to-head, so there was no doubt that we were born naturally. I can say that this birth was one of the most beautiful memories of my life.
Rohrbцck Kinga (33)
Specialist: Dr. Bábinszky Бgota, specialist in maternity and nursing care
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