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6 sleep and awake states: Learning about your newborn  
Abstract: This handout for new parents describes a baby's 6 sleep and awake states.
Author: Perinatal Education
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2011
Revised Date: 11/2011
Acetaminophen and ibuprofen dosage charts  
Abstract: The dosage charts in this handout give the recommended doses of acetaminophen and ibuprofen for children. These medicines are used to help lower fever and reduce pain. Dosages are based on body weight.
Author: Pediatric Care Center
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2010
Revised Date: 12/2011
After your baby leaves the NICU: The first 4 months  
Abstract: This handout explains basic skills your baby will be learning in the first few months after you leave the NICU.
Author: Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2016
Revised Date: 10/2016
Autism spectrum disorders: Medications  
Abstract: This booklet details the use of medications in the treatment of the symptoms and behaviors linked to autism. Common questions are answered, and resources to learn more are listed. Also included are a behaviors and symptoms checklist and a worksheet to help make medication choices.
Author: Center on Human Development and Disability
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2004
Revised Date: 2/2004
Car seat safety: Checklist and safety tips  
Abstract: This handout provides a checklist to use when making sure a car seat is safe for a baby. It offers basic tips to help parents install a car seat properly. Photos illustrating correct use of car seats are included. This document is a chapter in two birth books: "Pregnancy and Giving Birth" and "Caring for Yourself and Your New Baby."
Author: Maternal and Infant Care Clinic (MICC)
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2005
Revised Date: 4/2017
Constipation: how to deal with constipation in the child over one year of age  
Abstract: Discusses bowel movement patterns in children over one year and how to treat constipation with dietary changes including increased fiber, fruits and vegetables and decreased dairy products.
Author: Pediatric Center
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 1998
Revised Date: 11/2000
Crying and colic: What it means when your baby is fussy  
Abstract: This handout explains why babies cry and what parents can do to help. It also explains the difference between normal fussiness and colic.
Author: Perinatal Education
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2011
Revised Date: 11/2011
Diaper choices: Choosing the right fit for your family  
Abstract: This handout describes the different types of diapers that parents can choose from. It also gives basic information about diaper services.
Author: Perinatal Education
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2011
Revised Date: 11/2011
Diphenhydramine HCl (Benadryl): Information and dosage chart  
Abstract: This handout for parents gives information, side effects, and a dosage chart for the antihistamine diphenhydramine HCl (Benadryl). This type of medicine prevents allergy symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, itching, watery eyes, and rashes or hives.
Author: Pediatric Care Center
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2010
Revised Date: 9/2010
Down Syndrome Specialty Clinic: At the Center on Human Development and Disability  
Abstract: This brochure describes services offered by the Down Syndrome Specialty Clinic, part of the Center on Human Development and Disability at University of Washington in Seattle, Washington. It includes what to expect at a clinic visit.
Author: Center on Human Development and Disability
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2016
Revised Date: 10/2016
Late and Moderate Preterm Babies (LAMBs) Follow-up Clinic: At CHDD  
Abstract: This brochure explains the services provided at the Late and Moderate Preterm Babies Follow-up Clinic, also called the LAMBs Clinic, at the Center on Human Development and Disability in Seattle, WA.
Author: Center on Human Development and Disability
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2017
Revised Date: 4/2017
Pediatric Care Center: Our services  
Abstract: This handout reviews the services offered at UW Medicine's Pediatric Care Center (PCC) in Seattle, Washington. Included is information about the various health care providers who provide care at PCC, same-day appointments, and well-child care. Steps to setting up "Meet & Greet" visits with a health care provider are highlighted, and sample questions to ask are included.
Author: Pediatric Care Center
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2009
Revised Date: 1/2013
Welcome to the ICU! Coloring and activity book  
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
Revised Date: 12/2016
Your child's assessment team: At the Child Development Clinic  
Abstract: This handout describes the team that will work with you and your child at the Child Development Clinic, part of the Center on Human Development and Disability (CHDD) at UWMC. Included on the assessment team are a clinic nurse or medical assistant, a developmental pediatrician, a psychologist, an occupational or physical therapist, a nutritionist, a speech/language pathologist, an audiologist, and a social worker.
Author: Center on Human Development and Disability
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2010
Revised Date: 1/2010

 
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