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Hospital Care

 

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1*Anesthesia: Before You Receive Anesthesia
2Adult Circumcision
3Advance Medical Directive
4After Cleft Lip or Palate Surgery
5After Tympanostomy (Ear Tubes)
6After Tonsillectomy/Adenoidectomy
7An Agent's Role for Durable Power of Attorney
8Anesthesia: After Your Surgery
9Anesthesia: General Anesthesia
10Anesthesia: Monitored Anesthesia Care (MAC)
11Anesthesia: Regional Anesthesia
12Avoiding Surgical Mistakes
13Bathroom Safety After Surgery
14Before Surgery: Preparing Your Home
15Bloodborne Pathogens: After an Accident
16Bloodborne Pathogens: OSHA Regulations
17Bloodborne Pathogens: Understanding Controls
18Bolus Tube Feeding
19Cancer in Children: An Overview
20Cancer in Children: Managing Pain
21Caring for a Drainage Tube
22Caring for Your Child’s Incision
23Caring for Your PD Catheter and Exit Site
24Central Line (Central Venous Access Device)
25Chest Tubes
26Choosing an Agent
27Clostridium difficile Infection
28Colostomy: Changing Your Pouch
29Communicating About Pain
30Complementary Care for Pain
31Continuous Tube Feeding
32Dehydration and Rehydration in Children
33Delivering Pain Medication
34Discharge Instructions for Mastoidectomy (Pediatric)
35Discharge Instructions for Nephrectomy (Pediatric)
36Discharge Instructions for Scoliosis Surgery (Pediatric)
37Discharge Instructions for Tympanoplasty (Pediatric)
38Discharge Instructions: Administering IV Antibiotics
39Discharge Instructions: After Your Child’s Heart Surgery
40Discharge Instructions: Cranial Incision Care (Pediatric)
41Discharge Instructions: Giving a Subcutaneous (Sub-Q) Injection
42Discharge Instructions: Total Parenteral Nutrition for Your Child
43Discharge Instructions: Your Child’s Colostomy
44Discharge Instructions: Your Child’s Ileostomy
45Emptying and Cleaning Your Urinary Catheter Bag
46Exercises to Prevent Falls
47Extended-Spectrum Beta-lactamase (ESBL) – Producing Bacteria
48Flushing an IV Catheter
49Foley Catheter Removal
50Gastrostomy or Gastro-jejunum Tube: Flushing the Tube
51Gastrostomy or Gastro-jejunum Tube: Pump Feeding
52Gastrostromy or Gastro-jejunum Tube: Care
53Handwashing: Tips for Patients, Family, and Friends
54Healthcare Workers: Preventing Hepatitis B and C
55Healthcare Workers: Preventing HIV Infection
56Healthcare-Associated Pneumonia
57Helping Siblings Cope with Your Child's Surgery
58How to Change and Clean Your Child's Tracheostomy
59Incision Care
60Incision Care After an Episiotomy
61Incision Care: Abdomen
62Incision Care: Chest
63Inside the ICU (Intensive Care Unit)
64Intensive Care Guidelines
65Intensive Care Unit (ICU): What You Can Do for Your Loved One
66IV Care: Clean Setup
67IV Care: Using IV Antibiotics
68IV Catheter Site Care
69Life Support (Treatment Choices)
70Managing Post-Op Pain at Home: Medications
71Managing Post-Op Pain at Home: Non-Medication Relief
72Managing Your Child’s Pain
73Measuring Your Pain
74Medication for Pain
75Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) Infection
76Multidrug-Resistant Organisms (MDROs)
77Nutrition After Surgery
78Ostomy Care: Emptying Your Pouch
79Pain Management
80PD Catheter Access: Placing the Catheter
81Pediatric Hernia Surgery: Inguinal (Groin) Hernia Repair
82Pediatric Hernia Surgery: Umbilical Hernia Repair
83PEG Feeding Tube Care: Flushing
84Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC)
85Polycythemia and Hyperviscosity in the Newborn
86Postsurgery Checklist
87Postsurgical Coughing
88Postsurgical Deep Breathing
89Preparing for Outpatient Surgery
90Preparing Your 0- to 12-Month-Old for Surgery
91Preparing Your 1- to 2-Year-Old for Surgery
92Preparing Your 13- to 18-Year-Old for Surgery
93Preparing Your 3- to 5-Year-Old for Surgery
94Preparing Your 6- to 12-Year-Old for Surgery
95Presurgery Checklist
96Preventing Central Line Infections
97Preventing Deep Vein Thrombosis After Surgery
98Preventing Falls: Are You At Risk of Falling?
99Preventing Falls: How to Prepare and What to Do
100Preventing Falls: In the Hospital
101Preventing Falls: Make Your Health a Priority
102Preventing Falls: Making Changes in Your Living Space
103Preventing Falls: Moving Safely Out of a Chair and Bed
104Preventing Falls: Moving Safely Outside
105Preventing Falls: Moving Safely Using a Cane or Walker
106Preventing Falls: Staying Active
107Preventing Surgical Site Infections
108Preventing the Spread of Infection
109Preventing the Spread of Infection: Understanding Isolation Procedures
110Receiving IV Chemotherapy
111Recognizing and Treating Wound Infection
112Removing Life Support
113Self Blood Donation
114Self-Catheterization for Men
115Self-Catheterization for Women
116Standard Precautions: Cleaning Up Contamination
117Standard Precautions: Gloves and Other PPE
118Standard Precautions: Handwashing
119Standard Precautions: Needles and Other Sharps
120Standard Precautions: Removing Gloves Safely
121Staph Infection (non-MRSA)
122Strabismus Surgery
123Surgery Coloring Sheet for Kids: Before Surgery
124Surgery Coloring Sheet for Kids: Getting Ready at Home
125Surgery Coloring Sheet for Kids: Going Home
126Surgery Coloring Sheet for Kids: In the Operating Room
127Surgery Coloring Sheet for Kids: People You See
128Surgery Coloring Sheet for Kids: Waking Up
129Surgery for an Undescended Testicle
130Suture Care
131Tonsil, Adenoid, and Ear Tube Surgery: Anesthesia
132Tonsil, Adenoid, and Ear Tube Surgery: Going to Surgery
133Tonsil, Adenoid, and Ear Tube Surgery: Preparing for Surgery
134Tonsil, Adenoid, and Ear Tube Surgery: The Day of Surgery
135Tonsillectomy/Adenoidectomy
136Transmission-Based Precautions: Airborne
137Transmission-Based Precautions: Contact
138Treatment for Your Child's Hypoplastic Ventricle: Stage II
139Treatment for Your Child's Hypoplastic Ventricle: Stage III
140Treatment for Your Child’s Aortic Stenosis (AS)
141Treatment for Your Child’s Atrial Septal Defect (ASD)
142Treatment for Your Child’s Hypoplastic Ventricle: Stage I
143Tube Feeding: Skin and Mouth Care
144Tuberculosis (TB)
145Tympanostomy (Ear Tube)
146Tympanostomy (Ear Tube) Procedure
147Types of Anesthesia
148Understanding Blood and Blood Components
149Understanding Blood Donation Before Surgery
150Understanding Bloodborne Pathogens
151Understanding DNR Orders
152Understanding Health Care Facilities
153Understanding PEG Tube Feeding
154Understanding Restraints
155Understanding the Pain Response
156Understanding Ventilators
157Urostomy: Caring for Your Stoma
158Urostomy: Changing Your Pouch
159Urostomy: Emptying Your Pouch
160Urostomy: Maintaining Your Health
161Urostomy: Managing Skin Problems
162Urostomy: Selecting Your Pouch
163Urostomy: Using a Night Drainage System
164Using a PCA Pump
165Using an Incentive Spirometer
166Using Play to Help Your Child Cope with Surgery
167VRE Infection
168What Is a Urostomy?
169What Is Intensive Care?
170What Is Pneumonia?
171What You Need to Know About Informed Consent
172When to Use the Emergency Department (ED)
173When You Need a Blood Transfusion (Adult)
174When Your Child Has a Fracture: Treatment with External Fixation
175When Your Child Has a Latex Allergy
176When Your Child Has Hirschsprung’s Disease
177When Your Child Is in the Intensive Care Unit
178When Your Child Needs a Blood Test: Coping Tips
179When Your Child Needs a Blood Transfusion
180When Your Child Needs a Foley Catheter—Boy
181When Your Child Needs a Foley Catheter—Girl
182When Your Child Needs a Nasogastric (NG) Tube
183When Your Child Needs a Stoma
184When Your Child Needs a Tracheostomy
185When Your Child Needs a Tracheostomy: Suctioning
186When Your Child Needs Emergency Surgery
187When Your Child Needs Orthopaedic Surgery
188When Your Child Needs Surgery: Anesthesia
189When Your Child Needs Surgery: The Day of Surgery
190When Your Child Needs Surgery: The Operating Room and Staff
191When Your Child Needs Surgery: Words to Use with Your Child
192When Your Child Needs TPN (Total Parenteral Nutrition)
193When Your Child Needs Tube Feeding (Enteral Nutrition)
194When Your Child Stays in the Hospital
195Wound Care
196Your Child's Coarctation of the Aorta Surgery
197Your Child's Gastrostomy Tube: Checking the Balloon
198Your Child's Medicine: Managing Pain
199Your Child's Nasogastric Tube: Checking Tube Placement
200Your Child's Nasogastric Tube: Flushing the Tube
201Your Child's Nasogastric Tube: Placing the Tube
202Your Child's Nasogastric Tube: Pump Feeding
203Your Child's Nasogastric Tube: Syringe Feeding
204Your Child's Pre-Operative Information
205Your Child's Surgery: Working with Hospital Staff
206Your Child's Tetralogy of Fallot Surgery
207Your Child's Transposition of the Great Arteries Surgery
208Your Child’s Bowel Surgery
209Your Child’s Discharge from the Hospital
210Your Child’s Heart Surgery: Preparation
211Your Child’s Nasogastric Tube: A Comprehensive Guide to Care

 
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