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Picaduras de Insectos

Picaduras de Insectos

No importa qué tan cuidadoso sea con los animales en su casa, o cuántas precauciones tome cuando su hijo esté jugando al aire libre: algunas veces las mordeduras y picaduras de insectos son inevitables.

Manteniendo la calma y conociendo algunas de las técnicas básicas de primeros auxilios usted puede ayudar a que su hijo supere el miedo y el trauma de las mordeduras y picaduras.

Existen muchos tipos diferentes de picaduras y mordeduras que requieren el cuidado clínico de un médico o de otro profesional de la salud. Enumeradas en el directorio de abajo hay algunas de ellas, para las cuales le proveemos una breve descripción.

Las Pulgas, los ácaros y las Coloradillas

Las Garrapatas

La Enfermedad de Lyme

Picaduras de Araña

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