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Your Late Preterm Baby (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

A ‘late preterm’ baby is a baby born three to five weeks early, or between 35 weeks and 37 weeks of pregnancy. These babies are usually healthier than babies born earlier, but there is a chance they could have certain health problems. This information is meant to help you care for your baby at home and know what to watch for. (English) Black & White

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262986
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Having Your Baby - Your Hospital Stay (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Having a baby is a very exciting time! Our goal is to help you and your family welcome this baby in a safe and caring environment. Read this booklet carefully. It is meant to help you plan your stay and know what to expect when you come to the hospital to have your baby. Bring this booklet with you when you come to the hospital. (English) Colour

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English, Punjabi (266557), Chinese - Simplified (266618)

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Having Your Baby - Your Hospital Stay (Fraser Health) [Punjabi] Permalink Public

Having a baby is a very exciting time! Our goal is to help you and your family welcome this baby in a safe and caring environment. Read this booklet carefully. It is meant to help you plan your stay and know what to expect when you come to the hospital to have your baby. Bring this booklet with you when you come to the hospital. (Punjabi) Colour

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English, Punjabi (266557), Chinese - Simplified (266618)

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266557
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Having Your Baby - Your Hospital Stay (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Simplified] Permalink Public

Having a baby is a very exciting time! Our goal is to help you and your family welcome this baby in a safe and caring environment. Read this booklet carefully. It is meant to help you plan your stay and know what to expect when you come to the hospital to have your baby. Bring this booklet with you when you come to the hospital. (Chinese - Simplified) Colour

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English, Punjabi (266557), Chinese - Simplified (266618)

Catalogue Number:
266618
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Babies: How Can You Tell if Your Baby is Ill? [English] Permalink Public

A change in behaviour is often a sign of illness in babies. If your baby is ill, he may cry more or have a change in activity level. Audio available. (English)

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http://www.aboutkidshealth.ca/En/HealthAZ/Developm...

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Eye Infection and Your Newborn Baby [English] Permalink Public

Most of the time, puffy or red eyes in your baby are caused by a blocked tear duct or infection by viruses or bacteria. Some eye infections may be serious and need special medication. This handout from Perinatal Services BC describes what to watch for. (English)

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http://www.perinatalservicesbc.ca/Documents/Guidel...

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Babies: How Can You Tell if Your Baby is Ill? [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

A change in behaviour is often a sign of illness in babies. If your baby is ill, he may cry more or have a change in activity level. Audio available. (Chinese - Traditional)

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http://www.aboutkidshealth.ca/En/HealthAZ/Multilin...

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Managing Breast Fullness After the Loss of a Baby (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Information for mothers who have had a perinatal loss on their options for managing breast fullness. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
265703
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Nasal Congestion: How to clear your baby's dry, stuffy nose [English] Permalink Public

Nasal congestion or stuffy nose happens when the tissues inside the nose swell or produce mucus. A newborn with a stuffy nose may snort when breathing and sound "snuffly." He may start breathing through his mouth, which can make it harder for him to feed. In rare cases, a stuffy nose can cause breathing problems. Usually, nasal congestion goes away on its own within a week. (English)

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http://www.aboutkidshealth.ca/En/HealthAZ/Conditio...

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Caring for Your Baby at Risk of Substance Withdrawal: Eat - Sleep - Console [English] Permalink Public

This booklet will guide parents/caregivers of newborns affected by substance use during pregnancy to plan to care for their baby after birth. You learn how you can help your baby stay safe, solutions to common concerns (including those related to Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome), and how nurses will help during your hospital stay, or during your baby's hospital stay, by focusing on the baby's ability to eat, sleep, and be consoled. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
266754
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