One of the most important differences between open eye trauma and closed eye trauma lies in emergency treatment. Open eye trauma requires emergency treatment, including pre-hospital first aid. For example, open trauma, then when the patient comes, do not squeeze your eyes with your hands, but cover them with clean gauze. If there is really no way, cover it with a very new towel and do not flush it with water. Of course, there is also a kind of eye trauma, that is, chemical injury, sulfuric acid and alkali go in, it must be washed with water, open eye trauma can not be wiped with things, ointment and so on can not be directly sent to the hospital.
If there are no room conditions, family members and patients in a room activities, as far as possible more than 2 meters apart and wear a mask; night rest recommended that patients go to bed alone, but the elderly or people with underlying lung disease, sleep respiratory disease, sleep is not recommended to continue to wear masks; meals need to be separated, tableware need to be disinfected; masks should be discarded and replaced immediately when wet or dirty, and can not share toothbrushes, towels, bedding and so on.
Until the second half of the 20th century, this was still a sacrosanct principle in the United States, which was spared no effort to implement the dominant caste. In the early 1950s, the Cincinnati city government was under pressure to allow black swimmers to enter some public swimming pools, but whites threw nails and broken glass into the pool to drive black people away. In the 1960s, a black civil rights activist swam around a swimming pool and then climbed ashore to dry his body with a towel, hoping to eliminate the black-and-white divide. Legal historian Mark S. “the response he got was that the entire swimming pool was drained and reinjected with fresh water,” Wiener wrote. ”
After the sweat came down, she lifted her skirt as a towel to wipe the sweat, and the movement looked very indecent. Her mother never realized that she was a woman, and the circumstances and conditions at that time did not give her a chance to be a woman. She worked endlessly like an old scalper and ended up in a smelly sweat and was disliked.
Each time the mother would boil a basin of hot water, then mix it with appropriate cold water, let the girl soak her hands in the basin, after a while, put on soap and scrub the back of her hands and neck with a thick towel. Every time I see a girl wash clean and smell of soap, my heart is full of resentment and jealousy.