Discussion on the Emergency Nursing of Children's Gastric Lavage after Acute Poisoning of Digestive Tract
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Xuefeng Wang, Qiuxu Guo
Objective: To explore the nursing measures of children's acute gastrointestinal poisoning gastric lavage by selecting a certain number of samples. Methods: 30 cases of acute infantile poisoning received and treated in our hospital from February 2017 to May 2019 were selected as the objects of this study, and targeted treatment was conducted according to the different causes of poisoning. Results: Through the timely treatment and follow-up nursing of all the children, the sick children were discharged on time, the cure rate reached 100%. Conclusion: For children with acute poisoning, timely diagnosis and treatment and follow-up care can alleviate the symptoms of children, reduce the accidental death rate of children, in addition, health education for children's parents can effectively reduce the probability of children taking poison by accident.
Acute poisoning, Transalimentary canal, Gastric lavage, The emergency department