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Patient Safety: Fall Prevention for Hospitalized Children 病童安全 如何預防跌倒-住院篇2023/3/21
Children are a high-risk group for fall and hence how to prevent children from falling and injury is worth the attention and valuation from the public.
Sensory integration (SI) dysfunction 感覺統合失調2023/3/21
This is a term commonly used, but not a formal diagnosis. It is for the purpose of describing a group of symptoms, which includes gravitation insecurity, tactile defensiveness, visual spatial coordination disturbance, and motor coordination problem.
Care for Premature Infants at Home 早產兒居家注意事項2023/3/21
Add cold water before adding hot water. Use the inner side of elbow or wrist to test the temperature.
Newborn Screening 認識新生兒篩檢2023/3/21
Newborn screening is conducted for congenital metabolic disorders, with the aim of early detecting congenital abnormal metabolic diseases in infants and giving appropriate treatment to reduce the physical or intellectual damage caused by the disease.
Basic Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Treatment of Foreign Body Obstruction in Infants 嬰兒基本心肺復甦術及異物阻塞處理2023/3/21
Cardiopulmonary arrest is most common in premature infants, such as spontaneous apnea, choking on milk, airway obstruction caused by accidental or suspected ingestion of jelly or buttons.
Instructions for New 5-in-1 DTaP-Hib-IPV Vaccination 新型五合一疫苗接種後須知2023/3/21
The injection site may have redness, swelling or caking. A cold compress can be applied first, and a hot compress and massage can be given 48 hours later.
Instructions for Hepatitis A Vaccination A型肝炎疫苗接種須知2023/3/21
Hepatitis A is an acute inflammation of the liver caused by hepatitis A virus infection.
Instructions for Hepatitis B Vaccination B型肝炎疫苗接種須知2023/3/21
Hepatitis B can be contracted after the blood or body fluid containing hepatitis B virus enters the human body through the skin or mucous membrane.
Instructions for 5-in-1 DTaP-Hib-IPV Vaccination 白喉、百日咳、破傷風、小兒麻痺、B型嗜血桿菌 (五合一) 疫苗接種須知2023/3/21
A 5-in-1 DTaP-Hib-IPV vaccine is an inactivated one that is injected to simultaneously protect against five infectious diseases: diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, poliomyelitis and haemophilus influenzae type b.
Instructions for Japanese Encephalitis Vaccination 日本腦炎疫苗接種後須知2023/3/21
Japanese encephalitis is an acute infectious disease caused by Japanese encephalitis virus, which can be transmitted to humans through mosquito bites.