After a Urinary Catheter: Hmong, Spanish Caring for a child after a urinary catheter is taken out.

Antegrade Continence Enema (ACE): Irrigation: How to give enemas to a child with a surgically created "ACE" tube. See also: Antegrade continence enema (ACE): Surgery

Asthma Booklet: Information on how to care for asthma at home.

Blood Glucose Testing: How to take a sample of blood from a fingertip and test it for glucose (sugar). See also: Hypoglycemia in Babies, Injections (subcutaneous)

Blood Pressure Measurement: How to measure your child's blood pressure, using either an automatic or a manual cuff.

BMI - Body Mass Index: Offers information about body mass index (BMI), along with strategies on maintaining a healthy weight.

Calming Activities: Home Program: Describes what you need to know about medicines to give them safely; includes a reminder chart.

Catheterizing a Boy (Intermittent): Spanish How to help your child drain the bladder using a tube.

Catheterizing a Girl (Intermittent): Spanish How to help your child drain the bladder using a tube.

Central Venous Catheter: Care at Home: Spanish A tube inserted into a large vein to give medicines or fluids and take blood samples. See also: Intravenous Therapy

Chemotherapy (Outpatient): Cyclophosphamide: What to watch for and what to do at home after outpatient chemotherapy. See also: Cyclophosphamide (Cytoxan)

Chemotherapy at Home (IV push): Spanish Step by step instructions for giving chemotherapy at home by the IV push method. See also: Central Venous Catheter: Care at Home

Dental Care with a Bleeding Disorder: What to do when dental work is planned for a child with a bleeding disorder. See also: Aminocaproic Acid (Amicar), Desmopressin (DDAVP) for Bleeding Disorders, Factor Concentrate at Home, Mouth Bleeding with a Bleeding Disorder, Nosebleed Treatment with a Bleeding Disorder

Factor Concentrate at Home: Spanish Step-by-step instructions for giving factor by IV at home. See also: Aminocaproic Acid (Amicar), Desmopressin (DDAVP) for Bleeding Disorders, Desmopressin (Stimate)Head Injury with Bleeding Disorder, Tonsillectomy and/or Adenoidectomy (with a Bleeding Disorder), Tranexamic acid

Fall Prevention at Children's:

Fall Prevention at Home: Lists medical situations in which falls are more likely at home, and ways to prevent them. See also: Crutches, Oxygen Safety at Home

Fecal Pouch Emptying: When and how to empty your child's stool pouch. See also: Pouch Change: One Piece, Pouch Change: Two Piece (Using Newborn Pouch and Wafer)

Gastrostomy Care: G-J tube: Information on how to care for gastrostomy at home.

Gastrostomy Care: G-tube: Information on how to care for gastrostomy at home.

Home Monitoring Program - Cardiac: Information about the cardiac home monitoring program designed for babies with single ventricular physiology.

Ileostomy: Care at Home: Ileostomy care at home, including site care and information on emptying the pouch.

Immunizations for Children with Bleeding Disorders: Information for clinic staff and parents on how to prevent bleeding after immunizations. See also: Helping Children Cope with Medical Procedures

Implanted Port: Care at Home: Hmong, Spanish Home care for a child with a venous access device. See also: Anesthetic Cream (EMLA; LMX4), Pain in Children and Adolescents, Intravenous Therapy

Inhalers: Hmong, Somali, Spanish Inhalers must be used correctly to be effective. Step-by-step explanation of how to use an inhaler with a spacer. See also: Asthma, Asthma Medicines, Bronchodilators (Long-acting Inhaled), Bronchodilators (Quick-acting inhaled), Corticosteroids (inhaled), Nebulizer treatments, Peak Flow Meter

Injections (intramuscular): Step by step instructions for giving an injection into the muscle.

Injections (subcutaneous): Hmong, Spanish Step by step instructions for giving an injection just under the skin.

Insuflon (indwelling subcutaneous catheter) at home: How to give injections through a tube inserted under the skin.

IV Medicines at Home: Eclipse Homepump: Step-by-step instructions for using the Eclipse Homepump.

IV Medicines at Home: Excelsior Syringe Pump: Step-by-step instructions for using the Excelsior Syringe Pump

IV Medicines at Home: IV Push Method: Hmong, Spanish Step-by-step instructions. See also: IV Medicines: Preparing at Home

IV Medicines: Preparing at Home: Hmong, Spanish How to draw up and mix IV medicines: step-by-step instructions. See also: IV Medicines at Home: IV Push Method

Mouth Bleeding with a Bleeding Disorder: Spanish How to handle mouth bleeding; when to call for help. See also: Aminocaproic Acid (Amicar), Dental Care with a Bleeding Disorder, Nosebleed Treatment with a Bleeding Disorder

Nasogastric Tube Feeding: Spanish How to feed a child using a tube from the nose into the stomach: step-by-step instructions.

Nebulizer Treatments: Hmong, Somali, Spanish Step-by-step guide to giving a nebulizer treatment and caring for the nebulizer. See also: Anti-Inflammatory Medicines (inhaled), Asthma, Asthma Medicines, Asthma Trigger Control, Bronchiolitis, Bronchodilators (quick-acting inhaled), Inhalers, Peak Flow Meter

Nosebleed Treatment with a Bleeding Disorder: Spanish How to stop a nosebleed and when to call for help. See also: Aminocaproic Acid (Amicar), Dental Care with a Bleeding Disorder, Desmopressin (DDAVP) for Bleeding Disorders, Factor Concentrate at Home, Mouth Bleeding with a Bleeding Disorder

Oncology Caregiver Education Tool: Describes what you need to know about medicines to give them safely; includes a reminder chart.

Oxygen Safety at Home: Spanish How to use oxygen equipment correctly to prevent fire and injuries.

Peak Flow Meter: Hmong, Spanish Step-by-step explanation of how to use a peak flow meter to check how well the lungs are working. See also: Asthma, Asthma Medicines, Asthma Trigger Control, Allergy Medicines, Inhalers, Nebulizer Treatments

Peripheral IV: Care at Home: Step-by-step instructions for handling a peripheral IV; includes problem-solving chart. See also: Intravenous Therapy

Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter: Care at Home: Spanish Step-by-step instructions for handling a "PICC line"; includes problem-solving chart. See also: Intravenous Therapy

Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter: Insertion Information: Information on PICC line insertsion, including CLABSI and infection prevention information. See also: Intravenous Therapy

Pouch Change: One Piece: When and how to change your child's stool pouch. See also: Fecal Pouch Emptying, Pouch Change: Two Piece (using Newborn pouch and wafer)

Pouch Change: Two Piece (Using Newborn Pouch and Wafer): When and how to change your child's stool pouch with a separate skin barrier. See also: Fecal Pouch Emptying, Pouch Change: One Piece

Pressure Sores: Prevention: What causes pressure sores, and how to prevent them.

Quitting Smoking - Tobacco Products: Offers information and resources for individuals interested in quitting smoking or other tobacco products.

Sleep: Home Program:

Sleep: Home program:

Spica Cast: What to expect; how to prevent problems and ease discomfort for a child in a lower-body cast.

Suctioning: Spanish Removing mucus and fluids from the nose, mouth, or throat: when and how to do it.

Total Parenteral Nutrition at Home using the CADD Pump: Step-by-step instructions for feeding your child by TPN infusion. See also: Central Venous Catheter: Care at Home

Urinary Catheter (Indwelling): Care at Home: Spanish Caring for a child with a tube placed into the bladder to drain urine. See also: Urinary Catheter Irrigation, After a Urinary Catheter

Urinary Catheter Irrigation: Spanish How to open a urinary catheter that is plugged. See also: Urinary Catheter (indwelling): Care at Home