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Copenhagen, Denmark : Klinik for plastikkirurgi og brandsarsbehandling : Sundhedsstyrelsen, 1998.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 60 x 42 cm.

ABSTRACT

White poster with red lettering. There are six color cartoons illustrating home safety hazards involving actual or potential injury to a child. In the topmost cartoon, a baby in diapers crawls into an opened stove, while a pot of boiling liquid on top of the stove is about to tumble onto the baby's head. The mother is preoccupied and leans into a refrigerator with her back to the child. From the top cartoon there issues a multi-pronged red arrow. This arrow points to cartoons on the left and right that show respectively a baby and a small child on the verge of getting burned with hot liquid. In the left cartoon, a man carries a pot of hot liquid across a kitchen. He is about to step on the bed of a small truck with which a baby sitting on the floor plays. A woman looks on with fear. In the right cartoon a small child reaches up on a counter for a bottle that is warming in a bowl of hot water. The next cartoon shows a child crying with his burned hand under a running spigot. An arrow points from this cartoon to an agitated man speaking on a telephone. A speeding ambulance appears in the dialog bubble above the man. There is another cartoon at the bottom that shows a mother showering a crying baby. At the bottom is a circle of creams, lotions, and oils with a diagonal bar across the middle of the circle. Next to this circle is a message about not using such ointments to treat skin burns.

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<p>White poster with red lettering.  There are six color cartoons illustrating home safety hazards involving actual or potential injury to a child.  In the topmost cartoon, a baby in diapers crawls into an opened stove, while a pot of boiling liquid on top of the stove is about to tumble onto the baby's head.  The mother is preoccupied and leans into a refrigerator with her back to the child.  From the top cartoon there issues a multi-pronged red arrow.  This arrow points to cartoons on the left and right that show respectively a baby and a small child on the verge of getting burned with hot liquid.  In the left cartoon, a man carries a pot of hot liquid across a kitchen. He is about to step on the bed of a small truck with which a baby sitting on the floor plays.  A woman looks on with fear.  In the right cartoon a small child reaches up on a counter for a bottle that is warming in a bowl of hot water.  The next cartoon shows a child crying with his burned hand under a running spigot.  An arrow points from this cartoon to an agitated man speaking on a telephone.  A speeding ambulance appears in the dialog bubble above the man.  There is another cartoon at the bottom that shows a mother showering a crying baby.  At the bottom is a circle of creams, lotions, and oils with a diagonal bar across the middle of the circle.  Next to this circle is a message about not using such ointments to treat skin burns.</p>
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Pas pa i k©ıkkenet!

Copenhagen, Denmark : Klinik for plastikkirurgi og brandsarsbehandling : Sundhedsstyrelsen, 1998.

<p>White poster with red lettering.  There are six color cartoons illustrating home safety hazards involving actual or potential injury to a child.  In the topmost cartoon, a baby in diapers crawls into an opened stove, while a pot of boiling liquid on top of the stove is about to tumble onto the baby's head.  The mother is preoccupied and leans into a refrigerator with her back to the child.  From the top cartoon there issues a multi-pronged red arrow.  This arrow points to cartoons on the left and right that show respectively a baby and a small child on the verge of getting burned with hot liquid.  In the left cartoon, a man carries a pot of hot liquid across a kitchen. He is about to step on the bed of a small truck with which a baby sitting on the floor plays.  A woman looks on with fear.  In the right cartoon a small child reaches up on a counter for a bottle that is warming in a bowl of hot water.  The next cartoon shows a child crying with his burned hand under a running spigot.  An arrow points from this cartoon to an agitated man speaking on a telephone.  A speeding ambulance appears in the dialog bubble above the man.  There is another cartoon at the bottom that shows a mother showering a crying baby.  At the bottom is a circle of creams, lotions, and oils with a diagonal bar across the middle of the circle.  Next to this circle is a message about not using such ointments to treat skin burns.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 60 x 42 cm.

ABSTRACT

White poster with red lettering. There are six color cartoons illustrating home safety hazards involving actual or potential injury to a child. In the topmost cartoon, a baby in diapers crawls into an opened stove, while a pot of boiling liquid on top of the stove is about to tumble onto the baby's head. The mother is preoccupied and leans into a refrigerator with her back to the child. From the top cartoon there issues a multi-pronged red arrow. This arrow points to cartoons on the left and right that show respectively a baby and a small child on the verge of getting burned with hot liquid. In the left cartoon, a man carries a pot of hot liquid across a kitchen. He is about to step on the bed of a small truck with which a baby sitting on the floor plays. A woman looks on with fear. In the right cartoon a small child reaches up on a counter for a bottle that is warming in a bowl of hot water. The next cartoon shows a child crying with his burned hand under a running spigot. An arrow points from this cartoon to an agitated man speaking on a telephone. A speeding ambulance appears in the dialog bubble above the man. There is another cartoon at the bottom that shows a mother showering a crying baby. At the bottom is a circle of creams, lotions, and oils with a diagonal bar across the middle of the circle. Next to this circle is a message about not using such ointments to treat skin burns.

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