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Pediatric Health Topics with HMC Clinic Information

Pediatric health information on cold/cough, diaper rash, fever, rickets, diarrhea and vomiting with HMC clinic information included in pamphlet.


Cough/Cold
Diaper Rash
Fever
Rickets
Vomiting/Diarrhea


Cough/Cold

"How To Treat Your Child's Cough or Cold at Home"

This pamphlet provides information about cold and home treatment of symptoms including medicines that are safe for children and some non-medication treatment suggestions.  Each pamphlet is 3-5 pages (depending on language), in PDF format.

English
Khmer (Cambodian)
Russian
Somali
Spanish
Vietnamese

 

Diaper Rash

"Diaper Rash Information"

This is a 1 page sheet describing what diaper rash is, how to reduce baby's risk of it, and what typically causes it. Provides space for a provider to indicate to a parent whether diaper rash is caused by skin irritation from the diaper, or by yeast or fungus.

English
Khmer (Cambodian) 
Russian
Somali
Spanish
Vietnamese

 

Fever Instructions for Children

"Fever and Acetaminophen" (Tylenol ©)

Information for parents about a child's fever and how to treat it. 2 page PDF. Page 2 has space for a provider or pharmacist to indicate instructions and doses for treating a fever with Acetaminophen.

English
Khmer (Cambodian)
Russian
Somali
Spanish
Vietnamese

 

Rickets

"Preventing Rickets in Breastfed Babies"

Information about preventing Rickets in breastfed babies, including signs of the condition and suggestions for getting sufficient Vitamin D.

Amharic
English
Khmer (Cambodia)
Oromo
Somali

Tigrinya

 

Vomiting / Diarrhea

"How to Treat Child's Vomiting and Diarrhea at Home"

A 3-page pamphlet about treating the common conditions of vomiting and diarrhea in children.

English
Khmer (Cambodian)
Russian
Somali
Spanish
Vietnamese
 

This patient education material is provided by the Community House Calls project and Children's Clinic, Harborview Medical Center, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. 

For the same brochures without institutional affiliation, see Pediatric Health Topics.