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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) advises parents and guardians of young children about the suffocation danger accessible by uninflected toy balloons and pieces of broken balloons. Of all children's
baby Nappies , balloons are the most important cause of suffocation death, according to CPSC injury data. Since 1973, more than one hundred ten children have died as a result of suffocation involving uninflected balloons or pieces of balloons. Most of the sufferers were under six years of age, but the CPSC does know of some older children who have suffocated on balloons.
Toy Basketball Nets can smother children on loops or openings in nets that come disconnected from the rim or have loops that slide. CPSC is aware of more than twenty reports of children under 5 years old whose head or neck jammed in the net of a toy
, and an eighteen-month-old child died after becoming entangled in a partly unhooked net. People should remove and throw away nets that can unhook or have knots that slide. Call the producer to get new nets that steadily attach to the rim and do not have sliding knots. Pooh Poplin' Piano has a carrot-twisted microphone with a green leafy top that could break off, posing a unpleasant risk to young children. CPSC knows of three not working parts from this toy piano. Only pianos with serial numbers starting with "WT" or "CO15D" are part of this recall.
Combustible Spray String can cause burn injuries if sprayed around burn sources such as birthday candles. CPSC is conscious of three reports of burns resulting from the use of combustible spray string. Combustible products proposed for use by children are restricted by federal law. Return the combustible spray string to the seller for a refund.
Swimming Pool Dive Sticks can reason rectal or vaginal impalement if children go down or land on the dive stick. CPSC recognize of nine impalement grievance and three non-impalement grievances to children five to eleven years old. People should discontinue using the hard plastic dive sticks and throw them out. Depending on the dive sticks possessed, consumers can receive a reimbursement, replacement or repair.
Star Wars Light sabers without a succession guard could have a detached spring in the battery compartment, causing the batteries to overheat or rupture. CPSC and the company know of thirty eight reports of Light saber batteries overheating, including six reports of batteries rupturing, three reports of slight burns to consumers, and one report of eye irritation. Light sabers at present being sold with the sticker "Now with battery protector" are not division of this remind. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Council, more than one lack twenty thousand children were cured in hospital emergency rooms for toy-related injuries during 1998. So it’s important that parents are very careful when they buy any toy to your child and make sure that it is safe.
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