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by:GSL ENERGY     2020-06-12
A case study of Demonstrating actaims shows the development of management and management of battery intake in multiple watches.
Methods a variety of lithium-ion watch batteries were consumed by children aged 2 years.
The nature of the case is unusual because about 20 watch batteries were consumed.
Results: the initial abdominal X-ray showed that the battery was pooled at hp.
After a discussion with the surgical team at the tertiary care center, he managed him conservatively with laxatives.
The next day he attended the meeting for vomiting and malena.
Repeated X-rays show that batteries are common
Some in the stomach, some in the intestines.
He was then evaluated by the surgeon, whose esophageal gastroscopy showed gastritis but no battery in the stomach.
In addition, the perspective shows that all batteries have gone through hp.
The subsequent discharge X-ray confirmed that only two batteries were left and the child passed at the appropriate time.
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Figure 2 based on the available evidence on the toxbase and National battery intake heat line (US)
, Patients who see the battery in the esophagus should immediately remove the battery because there is a risk of corrosion damage or perforation.
Patients with batteries in the stomach should be reviewed after 48 hours.
Large diameter battery failure (>20 mm)
To cross hp within 48 hours, or to have signs of leakage or bleeding, the battery needs to be removed.
If the battery has passed hp and the patient has no symptoms, further observation is not required.
Patients or guardians should be required to observe the feces to ensure that the battery passes within two weeks, and an X-ray can be considered if the battery is not seen in the feces.
Laxatives are not recommended.
Conclusion battery intake may be a challenging management effort, especially when multiple batteries are taken in.
Close observation is required in this case.
The aim was to conduct a case study showing developments in the management and management of multiple watch batteries.
Methods a variety of lithium-ion watch batteries were consumed by children aged 2 years.
The nature of the case is unusual because about 20 watch batteries were consumed.
Results: the initial abdominal X-ray showed that the battery was pooled at hp.
After a discussion with the surgical team at the tertiary care center, he managed him conservatively with laxatives.
The next day he attended the meeting for vomiting and malena.
Repeated X-rays show that batteries are common
Some in the stomach, some in the intestines.
He was then evaluated by the surgeon, and the esophageal gastroscopy showed that he had gastritis but no battery in his stomach.
In addition, the perspective shows that all batteries have gone through hp.
The subsequent discharge X-ray confirmed that only two batteries were left and the child passed at the appropriate time.
Download the new tabDownload figureOpen PowerPoint abstract G342 (P)
Download the new tabDownload figureOpen PowerPoint abstract G342 (P)
Figure 2 based on the available evidence on the toxbase and National battery intake heat line (US)
, Patients who see the battery in the esophagus should immediately remove the battery because there is a risk of corrosion damage or perforation.
Patients with batteries in the stomach should be reviewed after 48 hours.
Large diameter battery failure (>20 mm)
To cross hp within 48 hours, or to have signs of leakage or bleeding, the battery needs to be removed.
If the battery has passed hp and the patient has no symptoms, further observation is not required.
Patients or guardians should be required to observe the feces to ensure that the battery passes within two weeks, and an X-ray can be considered if the battery is not seen in the feces.
Laxatives are not recommended.
Conclusion battery intake may be a challenging management effort, especially when multiple batteries are taken in.
Close observation is required in this case.
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