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Feeding Your Baby When Supplementing is Needed (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Sometimes there are medical reasons for babies needing more milk than mothers can make in the first days after birth. We call it ‘medical supplementation’. This is often needed because the baby has a low sugar level in their blood (low blood sugar), they are not gaining weight as expected, or they have been born premature. Think of this added milk as ‘medicine’ for your baby. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
266344
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Feeding Your Baby Using a Nipple Shield (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Nipple shield information for breastfeeding or chestfeeding parents including when and how to use it, how to wean baby off of using the shield, and how to clean the shield. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
256640
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Ways to Give Extra Milk to Your Breastfed Baby (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

There are a very few times when some babies need extra milk (supplements) even when they are breastfed. This booklet describes the different ways you can give extra milk to your baby. (English) Colour

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English (256641), Chinese - Simplified (267109), Punjabi (264137)

Catalogue Number:
256641
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Your Baby's Development (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

About your premature baby's development and how you can help your baby grow and develop while in the hospital and at home. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
264943
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Expressing Your Breast Milk: When Your Baby is in the Hospital (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

While in the hospital, your baby might not be able to breast feed right away. This does not mean that your baby cannot have your breast milk. In fact, one of the best things you can do for your baby right now is express your milk so your baby can have it either now, or when he or she is ready. This information will help you get started expressing your milk using hand expression and pump methods. The nurses will help you if you have any questions. (English) Colour

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English (264246), Arabic (267011)

Catalogue Number:
264246
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How to Feed your Growing Child Ages 2 to 5 [English] Permalink Public

Offers information to caregivers on the best practice in feeding children ages 2 to 5. Easy-to-read recommendations on the types and the amount of food to offer, as well as tips on the optimal feeding relationship and food safety. (English) Colour

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Arabic (264625), Korean (264627), Vietnamese (264629), Tagalog (264626), Punjabi (264628), English (264630), Chinese - Traditional (264706), Spanish (264707)

Catalogue Number:
264630
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Nasogastric Tube Feeding - A Guide for Parents [English] Permalink Public

This booklet tells you about how to feed your child through their nasogastric (NG) tube feedings and how to take care of the equipment. This booklet also tells you what problems to look out for and what to do if they come up. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
256093
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Babies and Sleep - What can I expect? [English] Permalink Public

Provided by a Public Health Nurse: Summarizes information about babies' sleep and tips to help them baby sleep better - meant to supplement to a conversation with a Public Health Nurse. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
264638
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Transitioning Your Baby From the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit To the Pediatric Unit (Royal Columbian Hospital) [English] Permalink Public

Your baby is getting well enough to soon be transitioned (moved) to our pediatric unit. This means your baby will no longer need special nursing care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
264940
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Transitioning Your Baby From the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit To the Pediatric Unit (Langley Memorial Hospital) [English] Permalink Public

Your baby is getting well enough to soon be transitioned (moved) to our pediatric unit. This means your baby will no longer need special nursing care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
265573
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