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Which park amusement equipment children can't play

by:Jinma Rides     2022-03-21
Which park amusement equipment children can't play

2019-08-27 173 times

Today, the editor of the amusement will introduce to you which children cannot play in the amusement equipment in the park?

According to British media reports, a 4-year-old boy suffered a torn artery near his brain after riding a roller coaster, causing a stroke! After the boy returned home, he could not walk, and the left side of his body tended to be paralyzed. Symptoms of vomiting and drooping of the left cheek appear. He was soon taken to hospital, where scans showed an artery near his brain had been torn and a blood clot had blocked the brain leading to a stroke. Doctors treated him right away, and 6 months later, his gait had improved, but the left side of his body was still stiff. Doctors say something like this happens in older people, and it's really rare in such a young child.

The American Trauma Society believes that high-speed rides, such as roller coasters, can cause the brain to displace in the skull and be fatal.

Children's neck muscles are not fully developed, so the head and neck are prone to twitching. Their heads and necks are very fragile, and the carotid arteries and neck muscles are easily torn when the head sways from side to side under the strong impact of the roller coaster. If the child suddenly has headache, vomiting, and anxiety after strenuous activity, do not take it lightly, and immediately send the child to the hospital to eliminate the risk, so as not to delay the treatment time.

Kathy Fackler, a consumer rights advocate for the American Industry Subcommittee, suggested that all children under the age of 14 should carefully choose large-scale rides that feature high speeds, such as roller coasters.

In addition to the dangerous and exciting games in large playgrounds, what are the common game equipment in life that don't look so dangerous, but actually need more protection?


Protection points: prevent the baby from being thrown out or knocked down by the swing.

Safety advice: Before swinging, it is necessary to tell the child to hold the rope of the swing with both hands. When not playing, wait for the swing to stop completely before getting off.

For smaller babies, be sure to choose a seat-type swing, and the buckle of the swing must be fastened. In addition, tell your child that you must walk around the swing when passing by, or you may be hit by the swing.

The above is all the content that the editor of today's amusement introduced to you about the problems of park amusement equipment that need to be prevented in advance. If you want to get more relevant information, you can visit our website!
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