Children Are Weak, Pale, Vomiting Until It Is Difficult To Walk After Being Electrocuted?
I want to ask my child to be electrocuted for about 20 seconds … After that, the activities are normal, healthy, everything is normal even though there are small blisters on his index finger. given medicine ..In the morning again my child has difficulty walking …
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. We are also concerned about your child's condition. In our bodies, there is actually electricity running, it's just that we don't feel it. Electric current is useful to ensure the heart stays beating, making sure we can move, think, see, and much more.
So that if there is electricity from outside, the electricity can disrupt the flow of electricity contained in our bodies, causing various disorders of heart function, limbs and so forth. In addition, the electricity can also cause burns, and that is what causes blisters on your child.
Even so, we cannot confirm the condition your child is experiencing without direct examination. The complaints he is experiencing right now can happen indeed because of the electricity that electrocuted him or it could be because of something else that happened to be close to his time. For this reason, we recommend that you check your child's complaints with your pediatrician, so that a thorough examination can be made and the best possible treatment is determined.
Meanwhile, just keep watching over your child, keep away from objects that could endanger him, meet his nutritional needs and immediately take it to the doctor for further treatment. So, hopefully answering your question.