10X AG13 1.5v LR44 G13 LR44 A76 GP76A 357 Alkaline Button Coin Battery Sydney

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller tgv-online01 (47,918) 99.4%, Location: Sydney, New South Wales, Ships to: AU, Item: 153127224660 DescriptionFeatures:- Model Number:AG13/LR44/A76- Battery Type:Zn/MnO2Nominal- Capacity:145m- Ahiscustomized:Yes- Nominal Voltage:1.5V- quantity:10pcs/1cardExpiry is 12/2021Risks and injuriesButton batteries are a little known but severe injury risk for children. Every week, around 20 Australian children present to an emergency department following exposure to button batteries, including ingestions and insertions. Incidents are most common among very young children and toddlers, with the majority of cases involving children younger than six years.If swallowed, coin-sized button batteries can lodge in a child’s gastrointestinal system. An electrical current is immediately triggered by saliva, which causes a chemical reaction that can cause severe burns to the child’s oesophagus and internal organs such as the lungs, heart, arteries and spine. This can take only a few hours, resulting in serious injury or death. These injuries can occur even if the battery that is swallowed is flat.Once burning begins, damage can continue even after the battery is removed and repairing the damage can be painful and may require multiple surgeries.Symptoms that may occur after swallowing a button battery include:gagging or chokingdroolingchest pain (this may present as grunting)coughing or noisy breathingunexplained vomiting or food refusalbleeding from the gut: black or red vomits or bowel motionsnose bleeds – sometimes this can be blood vomited through the noseunexplained fever.These symptoms are similar to many other conditions and may not appear for some time, so it may not be suspected that the child has swallowed a battery.Safe useKeep products with button batteries out of sight and out of reach of small children.Examine devices and make sure a child cannot gain access to the batteries inside.Dispose of used button batteries immediately. Flat batteries can still be dangerous.If you suspect a child has swallowed a button battery, contact the Poisons Information Centre on 13 1126 and you will be directed to the nearest hospital or emergency service that can manage the injury.Do not let the child eat or drink and do not induce vomiting.Tell others about the risk associated with button batteries and how to keep their children safe. Condition: Brand New, Non-Domestic Product: No, Expiry: 12/2021, Model: AG13 LR44 A76, Modified Item: No, Battery Type: LR-Type, MPN: AG13, Custom Bundle: No, Coin/Button Cell Sub-Type: LR44, Brand: PKcell, Product Type: Battery, Type: LR44, Chemical Composition: Alkaline, Voltage: 1.5 V

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