It does depend on the amount of vomit, size of the pool, and your filtration system. A good rule of thumb is no less than 45 minutes after a contaminate is fully cleaned and the area is super chlorinated. If it is baby spit up I normally tell my guards just to scoop it out real fast but if it is larger and spreads I have no problem clearing the pool in the sake of safety. Remember there has never been a documented case of a bloodbourne illness (hep B, HIV, etc.) being spread through the water.
When someone throws up or vomits, they should drink some water and take an antacid to help calm their stomach down.
It is airborne after someone vomits or has diarrhea. Because it a virus, it can be on surfaces or in undercooked food.
When she has cravings for odd things such as dirt, vomits in the morning and even more bitchy then normal.
Snake vomits in Metal Gear Solid 4 when the player kills a large number of enemies in conflict zone (Act 1 and Act 2). Before Old Snake vomits you will hear Liquid from Metal Gear Solid say "You enjoy all the killing, that's why!". Note: You can delay the vomiting by 'hugging' a wall. The next time you kill someone, however, it will happen again until Snake finally vomits.Also why he vomits is if you take too much of the syringe or if you roll in the drum can for a long time.
Yes, but watch for signs of stomach upset, such as if the dog stops eating, or vomits, or if the dog vomits blood, especially. If the dog vomits blood you should take the dog to a veterinarian. See the Related Link below. And NEVER give Tylenol (acetaminophen) to a dog.
If a child or for that matter an adult vomits in the pool you should clear the pool clean out the material vomited into the pool by netting skimming and vacuuming. Shock the pool and leave overnight to be on the safe side.
Clean it up and if this continues, arrange a doctors appointment. You might also want to find out why they vomited. It might be because they're simply drunk or sick. If sick, they should avoid eating and drinking certain things.
Notify medical direction to authorize one repeat of the dose.
Well your dog has obviously enough been ingesting..... feces into its stomach, an it may not like it, not be able to digest it, or it didn't agree with your dog.
If your dog can't keep water down, you should contact a vet immediately!
wipe it up
No it is not. :)
You should wipe were the kid vomited and clan the pool with pool chemicals but if it is really bad you should drain the pool cleean it the fill it back up.
Take it to a vet (Animal doctor)
Just wipe the cat with a damp washcloth. Watch and see if it vomits. If it does, call the Vet , but it should be OK .
If it's just once, nothing much. If it keeps doing it, and can't keep anything down - take it to a vet.
Barfs is just a slang word for "Vomits."
clean it up with a sponge i guess
it barbs/through's up
Roll them on their side, and remove the vomit from the mouth. Roll then over on their back ASAP, and resume CPR.