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Are you planning an exotic vacation with children? Be careful especially infections and injuries

Are you planning an exotic vacation with children? Be careful especially infections and injuries Children's body is more susceptible to infectious diseases than the adult. If you are planning an exotic vacation with your children, always find out in advance what risks your children in the country at risk. Present an overview of the most common complications, on which you can encounter when they travel, as well as tips on how to avoid them.

Diarrhea is the most common complication

Travellers' diarrhea is the most common disease that your children may encounter while traveling. The smallest protect breastfeeding older children should strictly observe basic hygiene rules. Keep in mind so essential travel rule: peel it, cook it, or forget it. Fruits and vegetables should be consumed only after peeling. If you can not remove the skin, it should be thoroughly washed. Generally, however, recommended fruits and vegetables rather eat the peel. Prepare beverages from bottled water and never add ice to them about whose origin you are not sure. Before each dining do not forget to thorough hand hygiene and appropriate use disinfectant based on alcohol, which normally you can buy at the drugstore.

Even with the most thorough prevention but sometimes bacterial contamination of foods avoided. In case of diarrhea, it is important to supply liquids. To replace the lost fluid is suitable for clean water, fruit teas and called. Rehydration solutions, which you can buy in any pharmacy. If the child has a fever and shows strong signs of dehydration, including dry skin and mucous membranes, a small volume of urine and disorders of consciousness, immediately see a medical facility.


Heatstroke, sunstroke and sunburn

Most parents with their children going to warm and sunny beaches. Children's body is much more susceptible to the effects of heat and solar radiation. Our smallest and often threatens the emergence of burns, sunburn or sunstroke. If you want to avoid problems of excessive sunbathing, make sure to use a sunscreen with a high protection factor, regular stay in the shade and adequate intake of fluids.


Malaria and insect-borne diseases

When traveling to malarial areas is necessary to take preventive antimalarial drugs. This applies to both children and adults. With the selection of appropriate antimalarial drugs for children will help the physician specializing in travel medicine. Neither antimalarial drugs however offer 100% protection. Various insects in addition carries many other dangerous diseases, such as dengue fever, yellow fever, sleeping sickness or Ebola. Children should therefore wear clothing with long sleeves and legs to reduce the area of ​​exposed skin. Necessity is the regular use of repellents and mosquito nets to sleep under the protection.

Infections infected animals

Rabies is statistically more frequent disease in children than in adults. Children usually do not know what risks they face, plus often try to make contact with animals. Rabies is indeed feared, but certainly not the only infection that can transmit various animals. So if there is a bite or scratch, wild or domestic animal, the wound rinse immediately remove it from foreign objects and speedily visit the medical facility. Developed forms of rabies is always ends in death.

Accidents on the road

Car accidents and drowning are the leading cause of death of children's travelers. Though it is sometimes almost superhuman task, try to keep their children under constant supervision. If traveling by means of transportation is a necessity child car seats. Always before traveling to see if they are available at your destination safe car seat, and if not, bring your own from home. While staying in the water should be close to the child's adult swimmer, if necessary, take action in time.

On the way up after vaccination and insurance

Your children abroad lurk also common childhood illnesses such as chicken pox, measles, mumps, and whooping cough. Children would have to risk areas should travel to vaccination against these diseases. In our country are part of the basic vaccination. Since then things are not additional vaccinations as hepatitis A and typhoid fever. Potential risks and suitability of vaccination in advance always consult with a specialist. Calm your soul i will definitely bring out travel insurance if needed to cover the financial costs associated with medical care abroad.


Source: Travel nemoci.cz



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