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ID Article
12009 H1N1 Influenza (Swine Flu)
22009 H1N1 Influenza (Swine Flu) and Children
3Abdominal Pain
4Abdominal Pain in Children
5Achilles Tendon Rupture
6Adult Self-Care for Colds
7After a Hip Fracture: Common Questions
8After Leg Amputation: Keeping Your Other Leg Healthy
9Animal Bites and Scratches
10Appendectomy
11Autonomic Dysreflexia
12Avian Influenza (Bird Flu)
13Back Fracture (Compression Fracture)
14Bacterial Gastroenteritis
15Bacterial Meningitis
16Bell’s Palsy
17Black Eye
18Blunt Abdominal Trauma
19Broken Bones: A Note About Children
20Burn Emergencies
21Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
22Cast Care
23Cast Care for Kids
24Cast Care: Types of Casts and Cast Aids
25Cast Care: When Your Cast Comes Off
26Cast Care: Why You Need a Cast
27Choking in Infants
28Common Eye Problems in Children
29Controlling Asthma Triggers: Other
30Controlling High Blood Pressure
31Contusions (Bruises)
32Coping with Colic
33Coping with Seizures in Children
34Corneal Injury
35CPR (8 and older) and Automated External Defibrillator
36Critical Limb Ischemia
37Croup
38Cryptosporidium Infection (Cryptosporidiosis) in Children
39Dehydration
40Dehydration and Rehydration in Children
41Dental Trauma
42Diabetes and Your Child: Checking Blood Sugar
43Diabetes and Your Child: High Blood Sugar
44Diabetes and Your Child: Low Blood Sugar
45Diabetes and Your Child: Preventing Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA)
46Discharge Instructions for Anaphylactic Shock (Pediatric)
47Discharge Instructions for Hydrocephalus (Pediatric)
48Discharge Instructions for Intussusception (Pediatric)
49Discharge Instructions for Laparoscopic Splenectomy (Pediatric)
50Discharge Instructions for Open Splenectomy (Pediatric)
51Discharge Instructions for Pediatric Epilepsy
52Discharge Instructions for Pediatric Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
53Discharge Instructions for Sickle Cell Anemia and Sickle Cell Crisis (Pediatric)
54Discharge Instructions: Preventing Shaken Baby Syndrome
55Dislocations (Shoulder, Jaw, Elbow, Finger)
56E. coli Infection in Children
57Eardrum Rupture (Perforation)
58Facial Fracture
59Febrile Seizures
60Fever in Infants and Young Children
61Finger and Toe Fractures (Broken Finger or Toe)
62First Aid: Allergic Reactions
63First Aid: Bandaging
64First Aid: Bleeding
65First Aid: Burns
66First Aid: Chemical Exposure
67First Aid: Choking
68First Aid: Cold Exposure
69First Aid: Cuts and Scrapes
70First Aid: Electrical Shocks
71First Aid: Head Injuries
72First Aid: Heart Attacks
73First Aid: Heat Exposure
74First Aid: Poisoning
75First Aid: Punctures
76First Aid: Rescue Breathing
77First Aid: Seizures
78First Aid: Shock
79First Aid: Sprains and Fractures
80Fitting Your Cane
81Fitting Your Crutches
82Flu Shots for People 50 or Older
83Flu Vaccination for Children
84Foodborne Illness (Food Poisoning)
85For Kids: Controlling Asthma Triggers
86For Kids: High Blood Sugar
87For Kids: Low Blood Sugar
88For Kids: Taking Your Insulin
89Foreign Object in the Cornea
90Foreign Object in the Ear or Nose
91Giardia Infection (Giardiasis) in Children
92Giardiasis
93Head Trauma (Traumatic Brain Injury)
94Heart Failure: Warning Signs of a Flare-Up
95Heatstroke
96How Bones Heal
97How to Call for Emergency Help
98How to Change and Clean Your Child's Tracheostomy
99How to Check Your Blood Sugar
100How to Prevent the Spread of Tuberculosis
101Human Bites
102Hyperglycemia (High Blood Sugar)
103Hyphema
104Hypoglycemia (Low Blood Sugar)
105Immune Thrombocytopenia Purpura (Pediatric)
106Incision Care
107Incision Care: Abdomen
108Influenza
109Insect Bites and Stings
110Intraventricular Hemorrhage (IVH) in Infants
111Kick Counts
112Leg Artery Emergencies: Acute Arterial Occlusion
113Leg or Arm Fractures
114Loss of Sensation: Safety Tips
115Loss of Trunk Control: Safety Tips
116Managing Your Child’s Pain
117Marine Bites and Stings
118Measles
119Medications for GERD
120Meningitis
121Mononucleosis
122Neck or Spine Fractures (Broken Neck or Spine)
123Nosebleed
124Oral Thrush
125Pain Management
126Pertussis (Whooping Cough): When to Go to Emergency
127Pneumothorax (Collapsed Lung)
128Preventing Common Respiratory Infections
129Protect Your Child from the Flu
130R.I.C.E.
131Radial Head Subluxation (Pulled Elbow)
132Recognizing and Treating Wound Infection
133Recognizing Labor
134Reducing the Risk of Middle Ear Infections
135Relieving Back Pain
136Responding to an Emergency
137Rhabdomyolysis
138Rib Fracture (Broken Rib)
139Rotavirus Infection in Children
140RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus)
141Salmonella Infection (Salmonellosis) in Children
142Seizures and Epilepsy
143Self-Care for Cuts, Scrapes, and Burns
144Self-Care for Low Back Pain
145Self-Care for Strains and Sprains
146Sepsis
147Sexual Assault (Rape)
148Shingles (Herpes Zoster)
149Shoulder Blade or Collarbone Fracture
150Signs of Eye Problems in Children
151Smoke Inhalation
152Snakebites
153Spinal Cord Injury (Acute)
154Spinal Cord Injury: Treatment and Rehabilitation
155Stages of Labor
156Strep Throat
157Stress Fracture
158Stroke: Taking Medications
159Subungual Hematoma
160Sunburn (Sun Poisoning)
161Surgery for Appendicitis
162Suture Care
163Swallowed Object
164Symptoms of a Heart Attack
165Symptoms of Stroke
166Tailbone (Coccyx) Fracture
167Thrombosed Hemorrhoids
168Tick Bites
169Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ears)
170Tips for Giving Antibiotics to Children
171Tips to Control Acid Reflux
172Torticollis (Wry Neck)
173Transferring Using a Transfer Board
174Treating Ankle Fractures
175Treating Ankle Sprains
176Treating Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injuries
177Treating Constipation
178Treating Diarrhea
179Treating Flexor Tendon Lacerations
180Treating Gallstones
181Treating Hand Fractures
182Treating Pneumonia
183Treating Sexual Assault
184Treating Viral Respiratory Illness in Children
185Treating Wrist Fractures
186Treating Strains and Sprains
187Treatment for Hydrocephalus in the Newborn
188Ultraviolet Keratitis
189Understanding Asthma
190Understanding Asthma Triggers
191Understanding Diverticulosis and Diverticulitis
192Understanding H. pylori and Ulcers
193Understanding Health Care Facilities
194Understanding Hip Fractures
195Understanding Leg Amputation: Surgery After Injury
196Understanding Middle Ear Infections
197Understanding Outer Ear Problems
198Understanding Pancreatitis
199Understanding Preeclampsia
200Understanding Preterm Labor
201Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury
202Understanding Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)
203Understanding Whooping Cough (Pertussis)
204Urinary Tract Infections in Men
205Urinary Tract Infections in Women
206Using a Nebulizer (Pediatric)
207Using a Peak Flow Meter
208Using an Inhaler with a Spacer
209Using an Inhaler Without a Spacer
210Using Crutches: Non-Weight-Bearing
211Using Crutches: Sitting, Standing, Through Doors
212Using Crutches: Up and Down Steps
213Using Crutches: Weight-Bearing
214Ventricular Arrhythmia
215Viral Gastroenteritis in Children
216Viral Meningitis in Children
217West Nile Virus
218What Are Ankle Sprains?
219What Are Gallstones?
220What Is a Hernia?
221What Is a TIA?
222What Is Angina?
223What Is Appendicitis?
224What Is Atrial Flutter/Atrial Fibrillation?
225What Is Chronic Bronchitis?
226What Is GERD?
227What Is Heart Failure?
228What Is Ischemic Stroke?
229What Is Pneumonia?
230What to Expect in the Emergency Room (ER)
231When to Use the Emergency Department (ED)
232When Your Child Has a Cold or Flu
233When Your Child Has a Femur Fracture
234When Your Child Has a Food Allergy: An Overview
235When Your Child Has a Food Allergy: Egg
236When Your Child Has a Food Allergy: Milk
237When Your Child Has a Food Allergy: Peanut
238When Your Child Has a Food Allergy: Shellfish
239When Your Child Has a Food Allergy: Soy
240When Your Child Has a Food Allergy: Tree Nut
241When Your Child Has a Food Allergy: Wheat
242When Your Child Has a Forearm Fracture
243When Your Child Has a Fracture: Treatment with External Fixation
244When Your Child Has a Strain, Sprain, or Contusion
245When Your Child Has a Volvulus
246When Your Child Has an Elbow Fracture
247When Your Child Has an Object in the Airway
248When Your Child Has an Object in the Ear or Nose
249When Your Child Has Anaphylaxis
250When Your Child Has Appendicitis
251When Your Child Has Breath Holding Spells
252When Your Child Has Constipation
253When Your Child Has Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome (CVS)
254When Your Child Has Diarrhea
255When Your Child Has Dizziness or Fainting
256When Your Child Has Epiglottitis
257When Your Child Has Gastrointestinal (GI) Bleeding
258When Your Child Has Hives (Urticaria) or Angioedema
259When Your Child Has Intussusception
260When Your Child Has Migraine Headaches
261When Your Child Has Osteomyelitis
262When Your Child Has Pleural Effusion
263When Your Child Has Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis (SCFE)
264When Your Child Has Tension Headaches
265When Your Child Has Vertigo
266When Your Child Needs a Spica Cast
267When Your Child Needs a Tracheostomy
268When Your Child Needs a Tracheostomy: Suctioning
269When Your Child Needs Emergency Surgery
270Whiplash
271Wound Care
272Your Amputation Surgery
273Your Amputation Team
274Your Asthma Zone Action Plan (Adult)

 
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