Morelia (Michoacán) (MiMorelia.com).- 70% of emergencies are handled by the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) and ACCIDENT because alcohol consumption, This is what the Bureau announced Dr. Monica Isela Zavala DuranAs the “Spring Festival” approaches, emergency doctors at the 83 District General Hospital call on citizens to take good care of themselves during this holiday and party season. Celebrations patriot.
At the press conference, the doctor explained that after an alcohol-related accident, Emergency situations for use fireworks They also occur, mainly in 5 years old and 14 years old and adult of 20 to 30 years old, Who brings it burns From shallow layer to third layer. Even the most severe cases can suffer from broken bones, mutilated limbs and burns to the eyes.
Zavala-Duran added that thermal burns from food or campfires have also been documented.
Other causes for concern Emergency situations yes Transgression food arrive Patients with chronic diseases such as diabetes Or patients who skip or change the intake or dosage of their treatments to celebrate these days, which can even cause damage to the heart or brain in people with high blood pressure.
In addition to the above, the doctor added, there are also Poisoned food drinks anyone food pollute Such as gastroenteritis, diarrhea, and poisoning, etc.Alcohol abuse.
Doctors estimate that, on average, during a shift 120 emergency consultationwhile during the holidays this number increases by as much as 3%.
In this sense, doctors give the following advice: suggestion To avoid exposing your medical condition on these dates:
Don’t give up on treatment.
Avoid dietary violations.
Maintain hand hygiene.
Avoid drinking large amounts of alcoholic beverages, and if you drink, do not drive.
Use fireworks safely and make sure minors are always supervised by an adult; in addition, do not put fireworks in pockets, boxes, or bottles; that is, always keep them out of the reach of children. Avoid white powder fireworks.
Keep emergency phone numbers on hand.
Follow us on Google News to stay informed: MiMorelia.com