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Infant care

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/infant-care.html

Oct 15, 2019 ...Infant care Find safety information on baby slings, strollers, bottles and pacifiers. Also learn about infant nutrition. Services and information Bottles, pacifiers and teething necklaces Safe ways to feed and soothe your baby. Baby slings and carriers Learn how to use baby slings and carriers safely. Strollers and carriages Find information about choosing

Health

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Dec 31, 2019 ... use. How to quit smoking. Pregnancy and fertility. Infant care. Indigenous health Home and community care, and how to access health benefits. Nutrition and food safety. Mental health and addiction Health system and services How to apply for a health card. How our healthcare system works and is funded. Careers and training in health care. Science, research

Protecting, Promoting and Supporting Breastfeeding: Canadian Recommendation and the Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding

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Nov 26, 2019 ... of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes and relevant World Health Assembly resolutions. b. Have a written infant feeding policy that is routinely communicated to staff and parents. c. Establish ongoing monitoring and data-management systems. Have a written infant feeding policy that is routinely communicated to all staff, health care providers and volunteers. Step 2

Healthy living

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Oct 9, 2019 ... devices. Infant care Find safety information on baby slings, strollers, bottles and pacifiers. Also learn about infant nutrition. Being active Learn how to encourage children to be active and make active transportation a part of your lifestyle. Safe sleep Find information on bunk beds, cribs, cradles and bassinets. Also find safe sleep tips and guidelines

Healthy Babies

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Sep 5, 2013 ... of injury and illness and to promote the healthy development of their infants. Health Canada also provides information and tools to assist health professionals and other care providers who deliver programs and services to infants and their parents. In this section, you will: Get recall and safety alerts A Parent's Guide to Immunization Learn how many unintentional

For health professionals: Botulism

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Jan 14, 2020 ... or intentional exposure to seven distinct botulism toxins (BoNTS, A to G types). Botulism affects humans and a variety of domestic and wild animals. Botulism develops if: a person ingests the toxin the toxin is inhaled or injected the organism grows in intestines or wounds and then releases toxin There are 4 main forms of botulism: infant wound food-borne adult

Section 56 Class Exemption for Advanced Care, Critical Care, Primary Care Paramedics and Infant Transport Team Paramedics in British Columbia

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Jul 28, 2015 ...Section 56 Class Exemption for Advanced Care, Critical Care, Primary Care Paramedics and Infant Transport Team Paramedics in British Columbia (PDF Version - 175 Kb) Pursuant to section 56 of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA), paramedics licensed in the category of Advanced Care Paramedic, Critical Care Paramedic, Primary Care Paramedics

Symptoms of botulism

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Jan 14, 2020 ... speaking, including slurred speech partial facial paralysis or loss of facial expression a change in sound of the voice, including hoarseness Symptoms of botulism in infants include: nausea drooling vomiting irritability a weak cry constipation poor feeding difficulty sucking loss of head control lethargy (tiredness) difficulty swallowing progressive muscle

Rotavirus vaccine: Canadian Immunization Guide

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Nov 1, 2019 ... or mitigating severe diarrheal disease in infants. Parents should be informed of the low risk of intussusception following RV vaccine, particularly during the 7 days following the first dose. Parent education should include the signs and symptoms of intussusception and the importance of seeking medical care, should symptoms develop. Why RV vaccine reduces physician

Chapter 6 – Breastfeeding

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Oct 7, 2019 ... that is routinely communicated to all staff, health care providers and volunteers. Step 2 Ensure that staff have sufficient knowledge, competence and skills to support breastfeeding. Ensure all staff, health care providers and volunteers have the knowledge and skills necessary to implement the infant feeding policy. Step 3 Discuss the importance and management

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