ABC For Your Baby’s Safety! Always Be Careful

As a parent you would want to be at your child’s disposal at all times, but, this cannot always be feasible. There might be a few situations where your child would be lonely at a few places such as parks, schools, and sometimes also at home. It is important to teach your child to take care of a few things on his/her own at an early age to help them develop into a more mature adult. All you have to do is to prepare them with some basic rules of safety to guarantee their well-being when you are not around.

Safety begins at Home

Here we reveal some safety tips that you require to train your kids with when they are alone at home:

  1. Kids should keep all the windows and doors locked and should not open them for strangers.
  2. Keep electronics and other objects away from the child’s range to avoid any unexpected injuries.
  3. Move the items which are around the tub.
  4. Leaving them alone in the bathroom or the kitchen can direct to accidents & damages.
  5. Teach them not to run on the staircase and rather be cautious while climbing up or down.

Look before you Lock – Car Safety Tips

Dr. Shruti Jadhav has highlighted few tips which you need to keep in mind:

  1. Never let your child be alone in the car.
  2. Always make sure you lock the seat belt properly.
  3. Always be selective of toys. Toys with sharpened edges might hurt your child while traveling.
  4. Be alert and always be assured that your child keeps arms and head inside the vehicle.

Stranger Danger

These 5 simple rules will help your child to grow a strong perception of stranger safety basics.

  1. If any stranger gives your child something to eat teach him/her to deny it.
  2. General communication can protect your kid’s life. Friendly communication with them can assist you to solve each and every difficulty.
  3. Kids should never go up to a stranger’s car and if they insist they should run away and shout for help.
  4. Children trust grown-ups and know that they would support them with things just like their parents do.

So, as a parent, you must make sure that your child is conscious of the fundamental safety rules. If you feel that you or your child need any kind of counseling then you may feel free to contact the best child specialist in Chandan Nagar.

How HPV vaccine is beneficial for your child in cervical cancer prevention

Globally cancer of the cervix uteri is the second most common cancer among women

We would need hpv vaccines to significantly reduce the health care burden currently required for cervical cancer prevention

Frequently asked questions

Why does my child need vaccine?

The HPV vaccine is very effective against cancer caused by HPV

The HPV vaccine is very important because it will help protect your child from the cancers and infectious caused by the virus.

What is HPV

Human papilloma virus

It is a highly transmissible virus and it is primarily transmitted by sexual contact

What diseases does it cause?

Human papillomavirus can cause cancer and precancerous lesions

Why do they need vaccines at a young age?

The higher immunological response is seen in the preadolescent age group

(9 to 13 years) as compared to adolescents and young adult

Is it safe?

Research has proven that the HPV vaccine is very safe

How many dosages are required?

3 doses at 0,2,6 months are recommended with the quadrivalent vaccine and 0,1 and 6 months with the bivalent vaccine.

Wear Your Mask Scientifically

Wear Your Mask Scientifically – It will reduce the transmission of the virus

Research has proven that the mask is a powerful tool to limit the spread of the virus. It provides protection against not only coronavirus but also many airborne infections like TB, flu. Wearing a mask is a definite advantage to both individuals and the people around them.

Let us unmask the myths and embrace new norms to save lives.

Wear Your Mask Scientifically_Dr Shruti Jadhav

  • General public can use fabric/cloth masks.
  • Fabric masks should have 3 layers
  • Clean your hands before putting it on
  • Inspect the mask and do not wear a dirty or soiled mask
  • Cover your mouth, nose and chin
  • Do not wear a loose mask
  • Do not take your mask off to talk
  • Do not reposition or adjust it by touching the front of the mask
  • Change your mask once it is dirty or wet
  • To take off the mask clean your hands first
  • Remove it by straps behind the head or ears
  • Clean your hands after taking off any mask
  • Do not share mask with others
  • Do not wear masks while exercising instead maintain a distance of 1 meter from others
  • No masks for babies under 2 or anyone who is unable to remove the mask without assistance
  • Masks are not a replacement for physical distancing and hand hygiene

For more, contact Dr. Shruti Jadhav, Child specialist in Pune.

Phone 8806181624