Pulmonary & Respiratory Program
Education materials and other resources
We know you may want to dig for more information, so we gathered these easy-to-digest materials and resources from pediatric organizations in Minnesota and beyond.
Patient and Family Education Materials If you need quick, clear info about a kids' health topic, we have it all!
Apnea of prematurity Learn the signs of apnea in premature babies and treatment options.
Asthma care at home This brochure is a guide for parents on how to help your child care for asthma during day-to-day life.
BronchWhat's the Difference Between Quick-Relief and Long-Term Control Medicines?odilators (long-acting inhaled) Read this guide to medicines called bronchodilators, including how to give them and what to do if you miss a dose (also in Spanish).
Bronchodilators (quick-acting inhaled) If your child takes a quick-acting inhaled bronchodilator, this document tells you how to give the medicine, what side effects to expect, and how the medicine works.
Bronchoscopy: Care at home If your child has had a bronchoscopy procedure, learn what you need to do at home following the procedure
Chest physiotherapy Once a respiratory therapist has taught you chest physiotherapy, use this guide to remember the steps at home.
Choking This brochure covers how to prevent choking, the signs of choking and what to do if a child older than age 1 is choking.
Coughing exercise Your doctor may recommend this exercise to help get mucus out of the lungs.
CPR Follow these steps to give CPR to an adult or child who is not breathing and is not responsive if you have been trained in CPR.
Cystic fibrosis breathing exercises Read this guide to learn how breathing exercises help cystic fibrosis and how to do breathing exercises properly.
Cystic fibrosis medicines A chart of common medications for cystic fibrosis, how they work and the side effects you need to know.
Relaxation Exercises: Breathing Basics Your doctor may recommend using this exercise to learn the proper way to breathe.
Whooping Cough (Pertussis) A brochure about this very infectious bacterial respiratory infection.
Respiratory distress syndrome Read up on this lung condition that causes breathing problems in premature infants.
Secondhand smoke Follow these tips to protect your family from the dangers of secondhand smoke.
Tracheostomy care at home If your child had a tracheostomy procedure in the hospital, follow these steps after discharge.
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