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How to Treat Bee Sting
- Safety first! Get away from the bee. Bees release a scent when in danger to attract other bees. If you’re still around when reinforcements get there, they’ll sting you.
- Remove any stingers immediately! No need to scrape off bee stingers, just remove them. It’s OK to pull stingers out with your fingers, brush them off or get them out any way you can. The longer bee stingers are allowed to remain in the body, the more severe the reaction will be.
- Victims will almost always develop local reactions to bee stings. Redness, swelling and pain are all common at the site of the bee sting. The pain will usually go away pretty quickly, but swelling may last for more than a day. Use an ice pack to reduce swelling at the site. It’s common to develop some itching at the bee sting site. Anthihistamines or calamine lotion should help.
- Take the victims to the emergency department if the victim was stung more than 10 times, or if there are bee stings inside the nose, mouth, or throat. Swelling from these stings can cause shortness of breath.
- Use Ibuprofen or Acetaminophen for minor pain relief. For tenderness at the site, try a bee-sting swab to dull the pain. You can also use an ice pack to help with swelling. Put a cloth towel between the ice and the skin and do not let the ice stay on the skin for longer than 20 minutes. Letting ice sit directly on the skin or keeping ice on too long can result in frostbite from the ice pack.
Find the similar meaning for the words below.
- Soft material to clean cut
Removing chewing gum from an LCD TV screen is not going to be easy. LCD screens are made of soft films, which are very delicate and can be damaged easily. Try to follow these steps for secure result.
- Unplug your TV or turn off the power of your LCD TV screen. (Make sure your hands are dry when you unplug and plug back in your TV LCD screen.) Wait for a few minutes until the unit cools down to room temperature before working on the chewing gum.
- Mix 1 part distilled white vinegar with 1 part distilled water in a spray bottle. Do not use ordinary tap water as it may leave a residue on your LCD screen.
- Spray a few squirts of the mixture on a soft cloth or on any soft lint free cotton cloth. Make sure to moisten only, not wet the cloth. Do not spray directly on the LCD screen.
- Gently blot the chewing gum with the moistened cloth. The vinegar will dissolve or soften the chewing gum, making it easier to remove. Try to blot only the gum and not the surface of your LCD TV screen.
- Very gently wipe the chewing gum, peeling it off from the screen. You may need to repeat the blotting and wiping process a lot of times to completely remove the chewing gum from the surface of the LCD TV screen.
- Make sure your TV LCD screen is completely dry before using it again. Do not plug back in until you are sure it has dried.
Find the Indonesian equivalence for the words or phrases below.
- Chewing gum
- Tap water
- Completely remove