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Reminder丨 Can a child be saved by pushing the door backwards when he is caught by the glass door? Parents should never do this...
Release time: 2021-06-28 16:26:01  Hits: 207

News about children's accidents always makes us heartache

The universal things in life can become invisible "killers"

A door, a cabinet may make them vulnerable

Suffered huge damage

such as

The bank fills in the billing table and killed the child in an instant

The chest of drawers at home has also become a "killer"

There are curtains, it’s not good to go around the child’s neck

The boy accidentally fell, his arm was caught in the elevator and fractured

......We don't want to see theseI don't want to see the child's pain

Parents with children, please go for a snack

After cabinets, elevators, curtains are finished

The door has also become a high incidence of child accidents

Small seams can easily pinch children's hands

This will not happen in April

Push and pull the glass door to "eat" the child's hand

On April 22, the police from Hecun Substation of the Public Security Bureau of Jiangshan City, Zhejiang Province received an alarm saying that a child’s hand was caught by a glass door. After the police on duty rushed to the scene, they found that a little girl about three years old had her left hand stuck tightly by the glass door and the back of her hand was purple.

The police immediately borrowed a screwdriver and removed the glass door together with the maintenance master. The surrounding people also took the initiative to help stabilize the glass door to prevent the movement of the glass door from causing secondary damage to the young children.

Through everyone's efforts, the little girl's hand was finally taken out from the crack in the door, and the family immediately took her to the hospital for treatment.

The experimenter found a fake hand to simulate the situation where the child's hand was clamped. It can be seen from the experiment that when the door is pushed forward in the direction in which the hand is clamped, the prosthetic hand is very obviously continued to be squeezed, and the part has been severely deformed. If the hand is not a prosthetic hand, it is bound to cause serious injury and intense pain to the child.

So what if we push the door in the opposite direction? Obviously, the method of pushing the door in the opposite direction is also undesirable, as it will squeeze the artificial hand.

Some people think that the toughened glass door can be smashed in an emergency, and the harm to people should not be that great. The fact is that even though the tempered glass is broken into small particles after it hits the ground, we can clearly see that the glass fell in several large pieces at the moment of smashing.

When we knocked on the glass door, the whole glass fell down, and the acceleration of gravity was more likely to hurt the child.

How to give first aid to the gripper of the glass door?

1.Plug the cracks in the door with a hard object Once the finger is pinched by the sliding glass door, the best way is to plug the door gap with a hard object to ensure that the door gap will not be misaligned, or even shrink further, causing secondary damage.

2 Wrap the child's hand with clothing etc. Use clothing, gauze, cotton cloth, etc. to wrap the child's hands to reduce the damage to the opponent at the door.

3 Use lubricant to pull fingers out If the fingers of the trapped person are not tightly clamped, you can find a suitable lubricant and slowly pull the fingers out through the lubrication effect. You can also use a tool to try to pry open a gap from the upper and lower ends of the gap to lift the hand Take out.

4 Alarm in time Call the police in time and seek professional help to prevent yourself from being injured again due to improper operation.

In addition to sliding doors, there is a risk of finger pinchingThere are also these 2types of doors, which are also potentially dangerous

Revolving door

Potential danger:  

Although many automatic revolving doors are equipped with induction probes as safety measures, the detection range of the probes has certain blind areas and dead corners. Especially children are easy to be in these blind areas and blind corners because of their height. Therefore, children pass through the automatic revolving door when accidents occur. It often fails to start normally, which is particularly dangerous for children.If the child is curious, reaches into the crack of the door, or puts his hand on the side of the door when pushing the door, he is likely to be caught by the door. If it is a hand-pushing revolving door, when the child is playing, the person who enters and exits suddenly pushes the door, the child is likely to be knocked down by the suddenly accelerated door and an accident occurs.

Prevention points:

When taking the baby in and out of the revolving door, hold his hand and let him walk on the inside of the revolving door. If the child has to play the revolving door, you'd better play with him. Even if you are accompanied by an adult, you must teach him some basic safety knowledge, such as don't play when there are many people, and don't put your hands on the side of the door when you push the door. In addition, adults and children must strictly abide by the safety warnings of the revolving door to prevent accidents.

Rebound gate

Potential danger: The doors that bounce back are often heavier and harder to push. The younger children have no strength to make the big guy "give way". Therefore, when entering and exiting the rebound door, adults usually use a relatively large amount of force. When the door is opened large enough, ordinary adults and children can pass smoothly. However, sometimes the child’s hands and feet are not so neat, or something distracts him, and he can’t follow the adult quickly. It is likely that he will be blocked by the rebounding door, and the rebounding door may even hit him. Hurt the child.

Prevention points:

After entering and exiting such a door, after pushing the door open, the adult must support the door with his hands, let the child go first, and then the adult walks through, so as to ensure the safety of the child.

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