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6 Item(s) found for:  8SE (Cancer Center/Infusion Services) 

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Discharge from the Inpatient Hematology/Oncology Service: Self-care and numbers to call   Chinese English Korean Arabic
Abstract: This handout is for patients who are being discharged from the Hematology/Oncology unit at University of Washington Medical Center. It has important numbers to call for questions, appointments, and urgent needs. It includes a short list of self-care items for keeping healthy at home.
Author: 7NE/8SA Hematology/Oncology
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2013
UWMC Dept: 7NE/8SA Hematology/Oncology
Revised Date: 7/2016
How to check in for your infusion appointments   English
Abstract: This handout is for patients having infusion therapy in the 8-Southeast Infusion Clinic at University of Washington Medical Center. It explains how to check in for the therapy appointment and what you need to bring with you.
Author: 8SE (Cancer Center/Infusion Services)
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2013
UWMC Dept: 8SE (Cancer Center/Infusion Services)
Revised Date: 8/2013
Parking and transportation: Information for patients and families   English Spanish
Abstract: Provides information on parking and transportation including: transportation overview, parking at UWMC, airport shuttle services, taxi services, car rental, and metro (bus). Contact Social Work and Care Coordination or visit the Health Information Resource Center on the 3rd floor for an updated copy of this handout.
Author: Cancer Center/Infusion Services 8SE
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 1998
UWMC Dept: Cancer Center/Infusion Services 8SE
Revised Date: 1/2007
Patient family housing: Housing options  
Abstract: FOR UPDATED HANDOUT: Contact Social Work and Care Coordination or visit the Health Information Resource Center on the 3rd floor. Provides information about family housing options including a guide to housing, contracted housing, overnight accommodations, and long-term housing.
Author: Cancer Center/Infusion Services 8SE
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 1998
UWMC Dept: Cancer Center/Infusion Services 8SE
Revised Date: 9/2006
Self-care after chemotherapy: What to expect and how to manage symptoms   English
Abstract: This handout for chemotherapy patients at University of Washington Medical Center explains how to take care of yourself when you leave the hospital. It includes sections on nausea and vomiting, constipation, food safety, fatigue, infections, handling body fluids, and hair loss.
Author: 6SE (Orthopedics, Oral Surg, Ophthalmology)
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2014
UWMC Dept: 6SE (Orthopedics, Oral Surg, Ophthalmology)
Revised Date: 3/2016
Skin care during radiation therapy: Tips to help protect your skin   English Korean Russian Spanish
Abstract: This handout provides care tips for patients who have skin changes as a side effect from radiation treatments.
Author: Radiation Oncology
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 1997
UWMC Dept: Radiation Oncology
Revised Date: 11/2016
 
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