Button batteries, plastic toys and coins: how to treat children who ingest foreign bodies
The number of children and teenagers being treated after ingesting foreign bodies is rising
Picking up a small toy or coin and swallowing it – or poking it up their nose or into their ear – is a common reason for many small children ending up in a hospital emergency department (ED).
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