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How do I child proof my home for a hemophiliac?

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Dr. William Singer
Pediatrics - Neurology

In brief: Childproof home

Most important is to pad shar corners of furniture and cabinets.
Make sure the handrails on stairs is secure to prevent falls. Make sure rugs have non slip pads. If there are toys on which he can climb, make sure you have put soft material under it in case he falls from it.

In brief: Childproof home

Most important is to pad shar corners of furniture and cabinets.
Make sure the handrails on stairs is secure to prevent falls. Make sure rugs have non slip pads. If there are toys on which he can climb, make sure you have put soft material under it in case he falls from it.
Dr. William Singer
Dr. William Singer
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Dr. Denise Reeves
Obstetrics & Gynecology

In brief: Hemophilia

The best way would be to remove items the child could trip on, such as loose rugs.
Padding around fixed items with a sharp edge (fireplaces, window ledges) could help.

In brief: Hemophilia

The best way would be to remove items the child could trip on, such as loose rugs.
Padding around fixed items with a sharp edge (fireplaces, window ledges) could help.
Dr. Denise Reeves
Dr. Denise Reeves
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