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child injuries skyrocket on inflatable bouncers

by:KK INFLATABLE      2020-06-21
According to a report by the journal Pediatrics on Monday, from 1995 to 2010, the damage of inflatable bodyguards to children has increased by 50 times.
Lead author Gary Smith says moonwalks, slides, and bounce houses are popular entertainment for children\'s birthday parties and carnivals, but the damage they cause to young people is \"epidemic \", director, Injury Research and Policy Center, National Children\'s Hospital, Columbus, Ohio.
Out of only 2010 children, 30 children are treated in hospital emergency rooms every day, the report said.
The number of injuries increased from 702 in 1995 to 11,311 in 2010.
Waterfalls are the most common cause, followed by stunts and collisions.
Smaller children are at greater risk.
The findings also include: data from this study came from the National Electronic Injury Monitoring system operated by the United StatesS.
Consumer Product Safety Committee
The reported injury type is similar to the trampoline, but the trampoline damage is falling, while the increase in inflation damage is \"shocking,\" Smith said \".
\"Trampoline has a national safety guide.
The report called for guidelines for inflatable bouncers, saying \"obviously, it\'s time.
Paley Palosky of the United States said: \"Parents can take precautions when allowing children to use inflatable toys. S.
Consumer Product Safety Committee
The agency recommends anchoring inflatable products and preventing older children from jumping at the same time as younger children.
The surface is not as soft as it looks, Smith said.
The report did not specify safety advice, but Smith said he did not allow children under the age of 6 to play with inflatable toys.
He also suggested rules for adult supervision and prevention of gross behavior
Housing or stunts, such as a Flip or Flop, can damage the spinal cord when the child falls on the back of the neck or head.
\"We don\'t want to be alarmist, but parents need to balance risks and benefits,\" Smith said . \".
\"We need to encourage children to get off the couch and enjoy a positive lifestyle, but parents can take smart steps to make the bouncer safer.
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