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Preventing pressure injuries (bedsores) in the ICU: Protecting your loved one   English
Abstract: This handout explains what the healthcare providers in the Intensive Care Unit at University of Washington Medical Center will do to keep patients in their unit from getting pressure injuries, also called pressure ulcers or bedsores.
Author: Intensive Care Unit (ICU)/5E, 5SE
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2013
UWMC Dept: Intensive Care Unit (ICU)/5E, 5SE
Revised Date: 2/2017
Welcome to the ICU! Coloring and activity book   English
Abstract: This coloring and activity booklet for young visitors to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) provides an interactive way for them to learn about what happens in the unit and what to expect during their visit. It covers hand hygiene, personal protective equipment (PPE), medical equipment, staff they may meet, and activities they can do when they visit. This booklet can be given to families with children during their ICU visit, or before they come to the hospital to help them prepare.
Author: Social Work and Care Coordination
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2016
UWMC Dept: Social Work and Care Coordination
Revised Date: 12/2016
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