Deček umrl zaradi pretirane uporabe deodoranta v sprayu

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    Povzeto po 24ur.com:
    Angleški mediji poročajo, da je Daniel Hurley, katerega truplo je januarja letos v kopalnici odkril njegov oče, umrl zaradi prekomerne uporabe dezodoranta znamke Lynx Vice, pri nas poznanega kot Axe. Po podrobni obdukciji je bilo ugotovljeno, da je ravno prepogosta uporaba tega sredstva na določenih predelih telesa povzročila Danielovo srčno aritmijo in kasneje tudi smrt.

    Dečkov oče je po tem, ko je sina našel v kopalnici, poklical reševalce, ki so nesrečnega fanta prepeljali v bolnišnico, a je po petih dneh truda tamkajšnjih zdravnikov umrl. “Redno je uporabljal gel za lase in dezodorant za telo, s katerim je večkrat odišavil tudi svoja oblačila,” je preiskovalcem povedal oče.

    Pristojni preiskovalni organi so dodali, da podjetje Unilever, ki proizvaja omenjene preparate, ni kršilo predpisov, saj imajo na svojih artiklih nalepljene etikete, ki opozarjajo na možen stranski vpliv ob preveliki uporabi izdelka.

    “Ne vem, koliko ljudi v resnici prebira ta opozorila. Večina se ob uporabi takšnih izdelkov ne zaveda izpostavljenosti. Ljudje bi morali vedeti, da imajo ti izdelki na srčno-žilni sistem velik vpliv,” še opozarjajo.
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    Povzeto po Telegraph.co.uk:
    Daniel Hurley was overcome by the solvents used in the can and collapsed in the bath at his family home. He died five days later in hospital.
    An inquest heard Daniel died from cardiac arrhythmia, or abnormal heart rhythms, caused by exposure to solvents in the Lynx spray.
    The company warns on its cans against over-spraying and says the product must be used in well ventilated places.
    A coroner said people should read the warnings and be aware of the danger of the products they are using.

    Daniel’s father, Robert, said the youngster was proud of his appearance and was “lavish” in his use of deodorants and hair gels.
    He said: “He was always putting gel on his hair and spraying deodorant and it was quite common for him to spray his clothing as well.”
    He said that three weeks earlier, Daniel, who was a “fit and healthy young man”, had also collapsed in the bathroom but made an immediate recovery.
    Mr Hurley said on the day that led to Daniel’s death he had been making tea while his son was in the bathroom of their terraced home in Sandiacre, near Nottingham.
    He said: “The bathroom is adjacent to the kitchen and I shouted to see if he was okay. I heard nothing so I shouted again but did not get a reply. I forced the door open and found Daniel in the bath.
    “I pulled him out on to the floor and started cardio-pulmonary resuscitation. I checked for his heart rate and his breath but he was not breathing.”
    Daniel’s mother, Lynsey, called an ambulance and he spent five days in intensive care at Nottingham’s Queen’s Medical Centre before he died on January 12.

    Consultant pathologist Dr Andrew Hitchcock, who carried out a post mortem on Daniel, said he found no evidence of substance abuse.
    There was also no evidence of any life-threatening disease, alcohol or drugs in Daniel’s body.
    He said: “What we have in this case is someone who may well have had a cardiac abnormality in the presence of the solvent. There is a very reasonable assumption that the passive inhalation of the solvent almost certainly led to his death.”
    Recording a verdict of accidental death, Dr Robert Hunter, Derby and South Derbyshire Coroner, said the cause of death was “cardiac arrhythmia, exacerbated by exposure to solvents”.

    He said he was satisfied that Unilever, the manufacturer of Lynx, gave enough warning on its cans that excessive amounts were not to be used in confined spaces.
    But Dr Hunter warned: “I do not know how many people read the warnings about exposure awareness. But people need to know about the risks that these products have on the cardio-vascular system.
    “Daniel copiously used deodorant in the bathroom and it seems the presence of a volatile agent caused the cardiac arrhythmia.”
    Each Lynx can carries a 90-word list of directions for use, warning that the product should be kept of the reach of children and not sprayed near the eyes or naked flames.
    The last sentence of the directions reads: “Use in well ventilated places, avoid prolonged spraying”.

    A Lynx spokesman said: “We would like to express our most sincere condolences to the friends and family of Daniel Hurley after this tragic accident. Our thoughts are with them during this terribly sad time.”

    vir

    Velika kritika za članek na 24ur.com – izpustili so najpomembnejši podatek, to je, da gre pri smrti dečka za pretirano rabo hlapljivih snovi v sprayu v zaprtem prostoru, ki so povzročile odpoved srca. Glede na novico,ki je objavljena na 24ur.com, človek skoraj pomisli, da so vsi deodoranti smrtonosni.
    Je pa seveda velika tragedija, da je do tega prišlo – in moje mnenje je, da če je možnost, da se kaj takšnega zgodi, se to v kozmetiki ne bi smelo uporabljati – nikakor ni dovolj opozorilo, kjer piše, da izdelka otroci ne smejo uporabljati in da se je potrebno izogibati prekomerni uporabi v zaprtih prostorih.

    #45934
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    Gejba
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    Kako nepotrebna smrt. :no:

    Ravno zaradi takih “cvetk” je 24ur.com pri meni padel na zadnje mesto med online novicami.

    #45935
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    Katja
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    Jaz sem našemu AXE včeraj kar zaplenila, ampak potem sem študirala, da če se malo pošprica v kopalnici in jo takoj zapusti, pa res ne more biti nekaj groznega.

    #45936
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    Nina
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    A je na izdelku kakšno opozorilo?

    #45937
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    Katja
    Član

    Ja, med tistim drobnim tekstom je omenjeno, da se ne sme predolgo pršiti.

    #45938
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    Maestra
    Član

    Ja, med drobnim tiskom je med drugim napisano:

    “…Hraniti izven dosega otrok. Ne pršiti v bližini oči, obraza ter razpokane ali vnete kože. Uporabljajte v dobro prezračenih prostorih. Izogibajte se predolgemu pršenju. …”

    #45939
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    Opozorila na kozmetičnih izdelkih je treba resno jemat – če so zakonsko predpisana, potem tam nikakor niso brezveze..

    Čeprav jaz še vedno mislim, da tako majhen procent ljudi prebere in hkrati upošteva takšna opozorila, da bi bilo bolje, da takšnih izdelkov sploh ne bi prodajali. Pa tudi noben starš (oz. redko kateri) ne bo kozmetičnih izdelkov skrival pred svojimi otroki..še takšne kozmetične izdelke, ki vsebujejo prepovedano snov ali kako drugače ne ustrezajo predpisom, malo ljudi potem dejansko zavrže oz. neha uporabljat.

    #45940
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    Maestra
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    Tukaj se popolnoma strinjam s teboj, Nina. Priznam, da sem tokrat morda prvič prebirala opozorila in navodila za uporabo na deodorantu :blush1:

    Potem pa še to… “izogibajte se predolgemu pršenju…” hmm, kaj pa je predolgo pršenje? A to, ko že ne moreš več dihat in je že praktično prepozno? No, to je zagotovo predolgo pršenje… Saj vem, da ni absolutne časovne opredelitve, ker verjetno na vsakega posameznika drugače vpliva, a vseeno…

    #45941
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    Nina
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    Pod predolgo pršenje je najverjetneje mišljeno več kot npr. špric pod pazduho in še malo po telesu – pač več kot je potrebno za deodoriranje in odišavljenje telesa.

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