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Vietnamese language: Many injuries and deaths can be prevented with the right use of child car seats. As many as 80% to 90% of car seats are used incorrectly, so make sure you know how to install and use yours correctly.
This pamphlet provides information about Congenital CMV: What it is? What does it do? Why should your baby be tested for it? How is the test being done and what happens next?
Vietnamese language: Answers frequently asked questions about blood transfusions for adults.
Vietnamese language: Answers frequently asked questions about blood transfusions for children.
This pamphlet, in Vietnamese, addresses the pain of childbirth, what an epidural is, how it is done, and possible side effects.
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Written in Vietnamese, this pamphlet includes helpful tips for parents about helping children cope with medical procedures and surgery.
Written in Vietnamese, this pamphlet offers tips and strategies for helping your child prepare for surgery. There's separate sections with tips for infants, toddlers, preschooler age children, school-age children, and teens.
Written in Simplified Chinese, this pamphlet describes exercises that can be performed after cesarean surgery in order to help the body to heal. It also provides a schedule for Postpartum Physiotherapy classes held at BC Women's Hospital & Health Centre.
Written in Vietnamese, this pamphlet provides information on how caregivers can affect how their children cope during a medical procedure. It includes suggested activities and behaviours for parents to demonstrate that will be helpful for their child's coping.
Written in Farsi, the Healthy Living ... It's in Everyone toolkit for families includes information, tools and resources on healthy living for families who have a child or youth with mental health challenges, including tips from families across BC. Healthy living topics include healthy eating, phys…
Information in Vietnamese about Fentanyl, a pain reliever administered to help women cope with the pain of labour.
Written in Vietnamese, this pamphlet provides a log for mothers to keep track of their infant's feeding and bowel movements.
Written in Vietnamese, this pamphlet for parents describing the medication acetaminophen (also known as "Tylenol" or "Abenol.") Includes section where you can write in your own information to bring to your pharmacist.
Written in Vietnamese, this pamphlet provides a list of questions that parents have found to be the most important to ask a doctor before a child's surgery.
Written in Vietnamese, and developed by the Surgical Day Care Department, this pamphlet provides parents with answers to the most commonly asked questions when you have a child in the post anesthetic recovery room.
Are you the parent of a trans or gender-diverse youth, and find yourself needing some answers? This booklet provides some answers to some of the most common questions parents have about gender identity, family, and supporting your child. Available in English and Simplified Chinese.
A two page pamphlet written in Vietnamese that provides information for new parents about newborn screening.
This pamphlet (written in Vietnamese) provides information for women returning home after giving birth at BC Women's Hospital & Health Centre. Includes 'taking care of yourself', & 'taking care of your baby': a list of signs to watch out for and when to call the doctor or midwife.
Provides information (in Vietnamese) about your stay at hospital, including visiting hours; length of stay; rooming in; refreshments; telephone; personal supplies; lounges and government forms.
This four page pamphlet is in Vietnamese and provides information about the two main types of anesthesia for a cesarean delivery: how they are given and the benefits and drawbacks of each. By using this information you and your anesthesiologist can make the best choice for you.
Written in Vietnamese, this pamphlet provides helpful information for families whose child is going to have a general anesthetic. Information includes: what it is; how it is given; side effects; what to expect; and what they can do to help.
This 14 page handout has been divided into three parts to provide information to women who have just given vaginal or cesarean birth. Information provided in three sections: who and when to call for help, taking care of yourelf, and taking care of your newborn baby. Written in Vietnamese.
Healthy snacks are an important part of what young children need to eat everyday. Tips, advice and suggestions from Canada's Food Guide to Healthy Eating.
This pamphlet provides instructions for all pregnant women on how to monitor their baby's movements. Topics include: Why should I count my baby's movements? When do I start counting my baby's movements? and How to count my baby's movements. Pamphlet in Vietnamese.
This one page pamphlet provides information on how you will feel after surgery, how to keep safe after surgery and how to help yourself recover from surgery at BC Women's Hospital & Health Centre.
This 9-minute captioned CD is to educate parents-to-be, the public and health care professionals on the vital importance of early detection and its impact on a child's speech, language and social development. Available in many languages.
Includes detailed instructions on safely store breast milk and how to clean equipment.
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Information on how to start and keep up breast milk supply when a baby is not breastfeeding.
This pamphlet suggests ways to stay comfortable during labour. Written in Vietnamese.
Written in Vietnamese, this 2 page pamphlet lists the signs to help recognize whether a baby is breastfeeding well. It also provides a list of recommended breastfeeding resources and the contact number for Lactation Consultant Service at BC Women's Hospital.
Written in Vietnamese, this pamphlet provides parents with information on what to expect in the first 24 hours after their child has anesthesia. It covers the topics of aches, pain, fever, nausea, vomiting,as well as what foods to offer and what to do in case of breathing problems.