Recently, a story happened when little boy Zach Wali, 18 months old, was playing at his home in Perth, Australia with his mother Sehar Wali. Wali shared that she saw the boy wandering behind the table and putting grapes in his mouth, then he showed signs of suffocation.
His mother immediately grabbed the boy, turned the boy over and tried to help the boy release the grape to save the boy's life. But all her efforts were ineffective, the grapes could not escape the boy's body. At that time, the mother was extremely nervous, her eyes constantly expressed her desire to help. Sehar Wali pleaded to call an ambulance while her husband tried to remove the grape from his son's throat.
Two police officers, who were in the immediate vicinity of their home area, arrived in less than a minute after the call and saw the boy motionless. So two traffic policemen Daniel Pryce shared: " When we entered, we found the 18-month-old boy being hugged by his father and then the boy stopped breathing. I knelt down and tried to get the grapes. coming out of the boy's mouth and taking measures of cardiopulmonary resuscitation .
After taking the boy to the hospital, little Zach was taken to the hospital and completely recovered a few months later. Ms. Wali, the boy's mother praised the police officers as "heroes" and repeatedly thanked them three months later when the opportunity to meet again.
Handle when a child has a hormone
-Mother let the baby lie on the stomach of the first-aider's left arm, head toward the ground. After that, use the right heel of your right hand to pat 5 times on the back of your baby's shoulder blades.
- Flip the child from the left hand to the first-aider's hand and pay attention to observe whether the baby is pinky, breathe, cry. Check your child's mouth for any foreign object and remove it. If in case the foreign object is still not out or the child is still not breathing, then take measures to press the chest. Press firmly 5 times from top to bottom continuously.
- Try to check your baby's heartbeat, check if your baby is breathing, cry again, if you haven't continued repeating this movement until the ambulance arrives.
Note : In any case, you should let your baby go to the nearest hospital for prompt treatment