Also we must be wary of wafting these compounds correctly, to directly sniff any of these reactions could turn out very dangerously. KNO3 1) May cause kidney or blood damage 2) May cause eye irritation 3) May cause respiratory tract irritation NaCO3 1) May cause eye burns 2) Harmful if swallowed or inhaled 3) Can cause harm to skin and respiratory tract Na3PO4 1) Chronic and acute inhalation may cause pulmonary edema 2) Ingestion can cause damage to digestive tract may cause diarrhea 3) Causes burns to skin CaSO4 1) May cause burns through mechanical abrasion 2) Inhalation may lead to fatal lung problems 3) Eye contact may cause severe burns and long term problems Error Discussion The compounds may have not been completely pure, they may have been diluted causing the reaction to be changed or fake. This could be fixed by using completely pure substances and checking to make sure of the purity of the substance after mixing it. Some residue from previous experiments may have been left on the petri
Having had an embarrassing, humiliating experience of an ‘accident’ in public they live in constant fear of it happening again. Many people will stop going out because of this fear. It is also one of the reasons many individuals come into care because either they or their carer’s are unable to cope with their incontinence. Individuals may be inclined to reduce their intake of liquids or food to alleviate their incontinence but this can result in their urine becoming concentrated, which in turn can irritate the bladder and cause a greater sense of urgency or result in infection or inflammation. This can also cause constipation, which in turn can weaken the pelvic floor muscles through straining to pass a constipated stool.
| Windows | Falling out of them this then can lead to escaping, fingers getting hurt if there not opened properly. Blinds cords can get caught over the children's necks. This can lead to anything such as suicide by accident or neck just being very bruised. | Both care workers and children can be hurt. Both can get caught in the cords and both can catch the fingers by accident.
This may affect older service users, service users with dementia or learning disability, visitors, caterers and also service providers. Harm that may occur An elderly service user in a residential care home may have dementia and as a result of this doesn’t know that the bottles of cleaning products are harmful. They may possibly pick it up and drink it as they believe it is a drink and therefore they could become seriously ill from ingesting the chemicals or the chemicals could be fatal to them. This could lead to death of the service user. Another way someone could be harmed
A1: Description of four different examples of accidents and/or sudden illnesses that might occur. A client could get sunstroke on a hot day from lack of shade and or hydration. A client could get injured falling over/tripping possibly causing damage to themselfes. If a client has an ongoing problem such as epilepsy the client could have a fit/siezure and get injured. A client may have an unknown allergy and could get ill from eating or drinking something.
As Syringes and needles can cause needle stick injuries, mainly because if they are not disposed of in a sharp box, there is a small risk of HIV and hepatitis B virus being contracted. A large number of substances used in the care home are hazardous if misused. Even when medication is given correctly to each resident there can still be risks. For example if Arthritis tablets are given to the patient suffering with serve arthritis this could possibly cause stomach ulcers, also sedatives for anxiety can lead to drowsiness and increase the risks of falls throughout the care home, and also water tablets can cause incontinence and dehydration , allowing these older residents to be more fragile than usual. Different medication is allocated to each resident as their needs are each very different, although a few of them could be suffering from dementia, the level of which other patients have dementia may be different so the same medication could be given to them where some might be stronger than
Clothing precaution, heating safety, hygiene care, proper waste disposal, chemical safety, eye safety, electrical safety. 4. If you don’t wash a test tube thoroughly, then it might affect the results the next time it’s used. 5. You shouldn’t put it back in the original container because it might contaminate the rest of it.
This is because not preparing the food correctly can cause bacteria to start building up and multiplying, therefore causing it to become contaminated. When cooking food, it is extremely important to follow
Hair can become greasy, skin can become dry and the body can start to smell. The skin can become dry and cracked or moist and sweaty which can lead to an increase in bacteria and risk of infection. Not maintaining own personal hygiene can have an impact on physical wellbeing as it can cause the skin to crack and break down causing sores that can lead to infection and strong odour, which can then also affect a persons mental health as it can lead to loss of personal interaction which in turn can lead to a loss of confidence. 1.2 cont Emotional well-being is then affected the person will start to feel isolated and not feel good about themselves maybe causing them to become depressed. Clean hands are also important, as this ensures that any contact with bacteria that your hands have come into contact with does not have the chance to spread.
The tar can get inside the lungs which can give you liver and lung disease and really effect your health badly. It can also make you have yellow teeth and worsen your appearance due to smoking all the time so smoking is one of the major bad ones that can effect your health. Stress: Being stressed all the time can make you do drastic actions and do things which you later on regret. It won’t do you any favours for lifestyle and you would get angry with family and friends which could make you lose your family and friends due to being