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Written in Punjabi, 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.
Provides general information for families coming to Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children for assessment. Including: directions, transportation, parking, accommodation, meals, etc.
This four page pamphlet is in Punjabi 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.
In Punjabi, this pamphlet provides information to parents about Synagis, a medication that helps a child's body fight off a serious respiratory syncytial virus, also called RSV.
Written in Punjabi, 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.
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. Written in Punjabi.
This 16 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 Punjabi.
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.
Written in Punjabi, this pamphlet provides information for parents about respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) including symptoms and how to protect children against RSV.
This pamphlet (written in Punjabi) 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.
Written in Punjabi, 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.
http://www.cw.bc.ca/library/pdf/pamphlets/T10946Punjabi_for Web-helpful hints.pdf
Information in Punjabi on how to start and keep up breast milk supply when a baby is not breastfeeding.