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Treadmill Dangers for Children Treadmill Dangers. The moving belt of a treadmill can cause friction injuries or entrap small fingers, hair, and Keep Children Off the Treadmill. Children are tempted to imitate their parents and run on the treadmill.Never allow a school age child to use the treadmill unsupervised.
Never use it a toy or game. Never allow more then one person on at a time. Keep the treadmill unplugged and/or remove the emergency safety key and store separately to keep immature but savvy youngsters from using the device without appropriate supervision or while a younger child.
Previous studies have shown that the rate of treadmill-related injuries appears to be rising. Recent research at Nationwide Children’s Hospital identified 96 patients treated for treadmill hand burns over 5 years. Young children, ages 1-4 years old, are most frequently injured.The moving belt on a treadmill can be especially dangerous to children’s hands.
Some treadmill frames are designed to conceal any gap between the track and the rest of the machine, but most home treadmills have an exposed space that’s large enough to trap little fingers.The Australian government became so concerned about home treadmill injuries to kids that in 2008 they issued a product safety alert and began a public awareness campaign. The key recommendations for parents are to place the treadmill in a separate room that children can’t access – or surround the machine with child.
Always make sure that the safety key is used if you allow your child to get on a treadmill. As seen in a recent treadmill accident that resulted in severe burns to a 5 year old, it can take months, or even years, to recover from injuries sustained from treadmill usage.What Are the Inherent Dangers of Using a Treadmill? Brace Yourself.
When you fall or lose your balance, your natural instinct is to brace yourself. However, on a treadmill Sticks, Stones and Now Treadmills. Treadmill falls cause broken bones.
Ankle sprains and fractures result when users Head.The daughter of US boxer Mike Tyson died after becoming entangled in the cable of a treadmill, and there are numerous cases of children suffering severe friction burns after trapping fingers and.Children may not be able to keep up with the high speeds a treadmill reaches, so they may trip and fall when using it. Also, children might insert their fingers between moving parts or around the edges of the running belt, leading to such serious injuries as lacerations, fractures or amputation.Treadmills and kids generally don’t mix because there are a lot of inherent dangers to this exercise equipment.
In fact, just the power cords can become a strangling hazard. The moving parts of a treadmill is another. They can insert their fingers between the gaps and cause injury.Children between the ages of 1 and 6 suffer more treadmill injuries than any other age group, often as a result of falls, leading to contusions and abrasions after the machine is turned on accidentally. Some youngsters have died by asphyxiation after neck.
Keep Children Away From Treadmills Ensure that children never play on or near exercise or weight training equipment. Install barriers that prevent children from wandering into a room with exercise equipment. Teach children that treadmills are fast-moving and are not toys.Ruth Fremson/The New York Times Many children get injured by treadmills while their parents are using them.
The death of Mike Tyson’s 4-year-old daughter after a treadmill accident has highlighted.Those injuries include friction burns, skin pulled off hands, victims entangled in cords and falls. In 2009, former boxer Mike Tyson’s daughter died when she got caught in a cord from a treadmill and accidentally hung herself. It’s one more.Documented cases of treadmill injuries have shown that the moving parts, hard edges and programmed speeds can sometimes harm people in unexpected ways.
For example, in 2001, 12 children in separate incidents in Philadelphia suffered injuries from treadmill accidents.
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