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How do I protect my 15-month-old from choking and suffocation?

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Dr. Jeanne Beymer
Pediatrics
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In brief: Keep out of reach

Keep plastic bags, balloons, and small hard objects out of reach.
Use only unbreakable toys without sharp edges or small parts that can come loose. Cut foods into small pieces. Avoid foods on which a child might choke (popcorn, peanuts, hot dogs, chewing gum).

In brief: Keep out of reach

Keep plastic bags, balloons, and small hard objects out of reach.
Use only unbreakable toys without sharp edges or small parts that can come loose. Cut foods into small pieces. Avoid foods on which a child might choke (popcorn, peanuts, hot dogs, chewing gum).
Dr. Jeanne Beymer
Dr. Jeanne Beymer
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In brief: Observe

Small bites good chewing don't talk while eating sit up at table know basic life support and chest /and abd thrust heimlich.

In brief: Observe

Small bites good chewing don't talk while eating sit up at table know basic life support and chest /and abd thrust heimlich.
Dr. Creighton Wright
Dr. Creighton Wright
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