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2 Item(s) found for:  8NE (HSCT Transplant) 

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Preparing for your cryopreserved stem cell infusion   English
Abstract: This handout covers information about a stem cell infusion, including what happens before, during and after the infusion, as well as possible side effects.
Author: HSCT Transplant/8NE
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2006
UWMC Dept: HSCT Transplant/8NE
Revised Date: 12/2006
Visiting the Intensive Care Units: At University of Washington Medical Center   English
Abstract: This booklet gives guidelines for visitors to follow when visiting the Intensive Care Units (ICUs) at University of Washington Medical Center. Included are sections on visiting times, rounds, children as visitors, staying overnight, choosing a family spokesperson, family conferences, and more.
Author: Intensive Care Unit (ICU)/5E, 5SE
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2011
UWMC Dept: Intensive Care Unit (ICU)/5E, 5SE
Revised Date: 2/2015
 
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