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Learn how to use a needle and syringe.
The pamphlet shows parents how to give a subcutaneous injection (also know as 'sub-Q' injection).
Learn about living with an insuflon, like when it should be replaced, and how to give medicine through the insuflon.
This pamphlet describes the What, Why and How of using a cuffed peripherally inserted central catheter, or cuffed PICC.
This pamphlet provides a description of how to use a spacer with mask and a metered dose inhaler (puffer) as well as cleaning instructions.
This pamphlet provides a description of how to use a spacer with mouthpiece and a metered dose inhaler (puffer) for asthma treatment; includes cleaning instructions.
This pamphlet provides a description of how to use a nebulizer with a compressor for asthma treatment; includes cleaning instructions.
This pamphlet provides a description of how to use a peak flow meter for asthma treatment.
This pamphlet provides a description of how to use a Turbuhaler® for asthma treatment.
This pamphlet provides instructions of how to use a Diskus® for asthma treatment.
Information on what a PICC is, how to care for a PICC, and what to watch for.
This pamphlet provides a description of how to use a metered dose inhaler for asthma treatment; includes cleaning instructions.
Learn about why your child needs an implanted port, how they get one, and how the port works. Includes illustrations.
This pamphlet goes over some basic information about giving medicine to children. It also provides tips on how to help children accept medicine willingly.
This pamphlet explains both what continuous epidural analgesia is and how it works. It looks at risk factors and common side effects.
This pamphlet explains what patient controlled analgesia (PCA)is and how it works. It indicates the advantages associated with using it for pain management in children, and discusses possible side effects.
An animated, educational Web tutorial for cancer health professionals who wish to learn more about targeted cancer therapies