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The P&H design team works closely with healthcare professionals to create effective and meaningful connections with their customers. P&H can help you discover and build solutions that:

• meet current guidelines.

• incorporate health-literacy principles.

• engage and inform patients and families.

• assist your educators.

• build your brand.

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Febrile Seizures What is the damage For the most part, having a febrile seizure will not cause any damage to your child. It will not leave him or her with brain damage. The odds are very high against a febrile seizure being a sign of epilepsy (a seizure disorder not related to fevers). Although small, the risk of epilepsy exists in those children who have: •

febrile seizures that last longer than 15 minutes

febrile seizures in which the whole body is not involved

more than 1 febrile seizure within a 24 hour period

cerebral palsy

delayed development

some neurological problems

If your child is standing when the seizure occurs, he or she may be hurt falling to the floor or ground. It is also possible for your child to choke on food or saliva. Follow the steps on the next page to help avoid these hazards.

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Cardiovascular ......................................................2-11 Diabetes ..............................................................12-15 Gastroenterology/Wound Care ...........................16-17 Home Care .........................................................18-21 Nephrology ...............................................................22 Neurology .................................................................23 Nutrition ..............................................................24, 29 Oncology ..................................................................29

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Order Form ..............................................................25 Order Information ....................................................26 Orthopaedics ......................................................30-32 Pain Management ...................................................33 Pediatrics ............................................................34-41 Prevention/Patient Safety ..................................42-43 Print on Demand .....................................................28 Pulmonology .......................................................44-45 Sleep Disorders .......................................................46 Smoking Cessation .................................................47 Spanish ...............................................................48-49 STDs ........................................................................49 Staff Education ...................................................50-51 Stress Management ................................................22 Weight Management ..........................................52-53

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How the heart gets oxygen 1. right coronary artery (RCA) 2. left anterior descending (LAD) 3

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The heart needs a steady supply of oxygen and other nutrients to work as it should. Your coronary arteries are the blood vessels that carry blood, oxygen and other nutrients to your heart.

These arteries can become clogged by cholesterol and fat deposits (called plaque). When this happens they narrow and do not allow enough blood through to your heart. This is coronary artery disease, or CAD*.

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Facts about CAD

Are you at risk?

If your heart does not get enough oxygen-rich blood, you may have chest pain called angina. When this happens, it can damage some of the your heart’s tissues.

CAD is much more common in older men. But, as women age, their risk of CAD is equal to men.

If the blood supply to your heart is cut off altogether, you may have a heart attack. When this happens, the damage is so bad that some of your heart cells die.

Having a family history of coronary artery disease puts you at greater risk for getting it. These factors also play a big role: poor diet (high-fat, high-cholesterol diet) high stress levels smoking

There is no way for your body to make new heart cells. So if some of your cells die, the damage is permanent. CAD is the leading killer of men and women in the US.

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It is also called CHD (coronary heart disease) or cardiovascular disease, atherosclerosis or hardening of the arteries.

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item 499–About Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms

item 291–Cardiac Rehab

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item 323–Event Recorder

$10.75 7th grade reading level

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item 568–Catheter Ablation

item 433–Exercise and CAD

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item 404– Angina Pectoris

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item 388–Arterial Ulcers

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item 302–Atrial Fibrillation

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$10.75 6th grade reading level

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$10.75 8th grade reading level item 422– HBP Facts

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item 282–Heart Attack Signs

$10.75 6th grade reading level item 368–Heart Failure and Your Weight

$10.75 6th grade reading level item 286–Heart Failure Facts

item 569–Learning About Your ICD

item 381–Taking Medicines for High Blood Pressure

$15.00 8th grade reading level four-sided • 11 x 17" folded

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item 450–Let’s Exercise/ Let’s Stretch

item 570–Tilt Table Testing

$10.75 8th grade reading level

$10.75 6th grade reading level item 380–High Blood Pressure and Exercise

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item 369–High Blood Pressure and Heart Failure

$10.75 8th grade reading level item 383–High Blood Pressure and Weight Management

$10.75 6th grade reading level item 322–Holter Monitor

$9.75 8th grade reading level single-sided item 384–How To Take Your Blood Pressure

$10.75 6th grade reading level item 434–Learning About CAD

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item 382–Managing High Blood Pressure

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item 629–Metabolic Syndrome

$10.75 6th grade reading level item 398–Mitral Valve Prolapse

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$10.75 8th grade reading level item 320–Ultrafast CT Scan

$9.75 7th grade reading level single-sided

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item 389–Venous Disease

item 321–Nuclear Stress Test

item 390–Venous Ulcers

$9.75 7th grade reading level single-sided item 607–Sex After a Heart Attack

$10.75 5th grade reading level

$10.75 5th grade reading level item 287–Weight Management

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$10.75 6th grade reading level item 364–Sodium Use

item 608–Your Portion Size Guide

$10.75 7th grade reading level

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Symptoms of Heart Failure Knowing when it’s heart failure A weakened heart does not pump blood as it should. Heart failure can make it harder for you to do the things you used to do. It may be mild or severe and you may have one or more of these signs: • swelling in your feet and ankles • swelling in your abdomen area

item 367–Learning About Heart Failure

$10.75 5th grade reading level

• pain in your abdomen area, nausea • chest pain or pressure • being short of breath whether you are resting or doing something • feeling weak or being tired a lot • trouble breathing when you are lying down

item 283–Stroke

• a dry, hacking cough that stays with you and gets worse when you lie down

$10.75 6th grade reading level

• a weight gain of 3-4 pounds in 1-2 days of normal eating or 2 pounds overnight • trouble sleeping unless you prop up on pillows or sit up in a chair • bleeding or bruising easily • irregular heartbeat

$10.75 9th grade reading level

item 365–Symptoms of Heart Failure

$9.75 5th grade reading level single-sided

To find out how your heart is working, you may need to have one or more tests. These tests can help your healthcare provider set up a treatment plan to relieve some of your symptoms. ❐ electrocardiogram

• dizzy spells or feeling lightheaded

item 595–Learning About Sodium in Your Diet

Testing for heart failure

❐ chest X-ray ❐ echocardiogram

• having to go to the bathroom a lot during the night

❐ exercise stress test ❐ holter monitor ❐ nuclear scan ❐ cardiac catheterization

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Books item 239–About Carotid Artery Disease What it is, the signs, how to find it,how to treat it.

$1.50 each • 6th grade reading level 70% SAM score • 8 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

item 259A–The Active Heart An exercise book for cardiac rehab patients About cardiac rehab, what it is, your exercise plan, what to do before you exercise, taking your pulse, about exercise, cardiac rehab goals, right diet.

$3.05

each • 6th grade reading level

96% SAM score 16 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

item 67C–Angioplasty & Stents

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for narrowed arteries and vein bypass grafts What is angioplasty, plaque in the arteries, treating fatty buildup, getting ready, during and after angioplasty, going home, preventing fatty buildup

$3.75

each • 7th grade reading level 91% SAM score 32 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

item 588–Balancing Your Life With Congenital Heart Disease This 56 page, comprehensive guide to living with ACHD helps a patient not only understand their condition, but also gives safe guidelines to help them make healthy choices down the road.

balancing your life with

Congenital Heart Disease

$3.75 each • 9th grade reading level 93% SAM score • 56 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 11"

By Teresa A. Lyle, By Teresa RN, MN, A. CPNP Lyle, RN, MN, CPNP

item 20C–Blood Pressure Control a matter of choices Your blood pressure chart, lifestyle choices to control blood pressure, about blood pressure, treatment, taking your own blood pressure, you can do it.

$3.60 each • 6th grade reading level 95% SAM score • 48 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 11"

item 04C–Cardiac Catheterization and other cardiac diagnostic tests and radiological procedures A heart cath, at the hospital, getting ready for cardiac cath, the cath lab, the catheter and dye, after the cath, getting out of bed, going home, results, treatment, other heart tests.

$3.65

each • 8th grade reading level

96% SAM score • 32 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

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Books item 191–Controlling High Blood Pressure a matter of choices Normal blood pressure, lifestyle choices to control blood pressure, high blood pressure, treatment.

$22.75 pack of 20 6th grade reading level 16 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 11"

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item 240–About Carotid Endarterectomy Carotid artery disease, before surgery, the surgery, after surgery, recovery, long term results.

$2.10 each • 7th grade reading level 86% SAM score • 12 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

item 08C–Angina Pectoris learn about coronary heart disease and how to prevent it How the heart gets oxygen, spasms, fatty buildup, angina, heart attack, preventing angina, preventing CHD, tests for CAD, treatments, looking ahead.

$3.60 each • 6th grade reading level 91% SAM score • 32 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

item 587–The Beat Goes On! a book for young adults living with a pacemaker or ICD The heartʼs electrical system, abnormal heart rhythms, what your device does, parts of a pacemaker or ICD, the type of device you have, caring for your device, the life of your device.

$2.95 each • 8th grade reading level 40 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

item 504A–Cardiac Cath why & how it is done Cardiac catheterization, before, during and after the cath, results, treatment, going home.

$2.15 each • 8th grade reading level 86% SAM score 16 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

item 241–Carotid Artery Disease and its treatment Your carotid arteries, carotid artery disease, the stroke factor, your risk factors, the signs, tests to find it, how it is treated, if surgery is needed.

$2.95 each • 6th grade reading level 24 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

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A manual for heart attack survivors and those who love them (item 242A)

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Books item 242A–Heart Attack: Bouncing Back* What happened to my heart, diagnosis, early treatment, possible problems, hearts do heal, medicines, be heart-smart.

$3.85 each • 6th grade reading level 48 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

item 13B–Exercise for Heart & Health for people with heart problems and for those trying to prevent them Why exercise, how to exercise, diet & environment, exercise cautions. each • 7th grade reading level for heart and health

each • CD-ROM • handouts print 81⁄ 2 x 11"

environment why exercise?

how hard to exercise

how to exercise

why exercise?

how hard to exercise

exercise and other health exercise cautions conditions

$19.95

exercise and other health conditions

This accompanying CD contains 40 printable exercise handouts with instructions.

environment

to accompany the book Exercise for heart and health

item 13BC–Exercise Program CD

how to exercise

91% SAM score • 42 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 11"

exercise cautions

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LOW-LITERACY item 489A–Hereʼs How To Manage Your High Blood Pressure About high blood pressure, what is blood pressure, blood pressure chart, how to take your blood pressure, help control your high blood pressure.

$33.00 pack of 20 3rd grade reading level • 18 point text 91% SAM score •16 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

item 198A–Lady Take Heart (formerly titled Lady Killer) Guidelines for Women to Prevent Heart Disease Heart disease in women, how do I know if I have coronary heart disease, tests for heart disease, the estrogen connection.

$3.15 each • 7th grade reading level 82% SAM score • 24 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

item 22B–Going for Heart Surgery* About heart surgery, be kind to your body, before surgery, going to surgery, equipment used, getting back to normal.

$4.00 each • 6th grade reading level 93% SAM score • 48 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 11"

* Available in Spanish – see page 51

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Books item 28–Heart Attack: Whatʼs Ahead What is a heart attack, early treatment for a heart attack, how the damaged heart heals, how serious is your heart attack, what to do about angina, lowering the risk of another heart attack.

$4.45 each • 6th grade reading level 64 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 11"

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LOW-LITERACY item 578A–Hereʼs How To Manage Your Heart Failure* What is heart failure, exercise chart, holding fluids, call your doctor or nurse, manage your heart failure.

$40.00 pack of 20 4th grade reading level • 18 point text 93% SAM score • 24 page paperback• 81⁄ 2 x 10"

item 76B–Itʼs Heartly Fare A food book that makes sense of fat, cholesterol and salt. by Timothy S. Harlan, M.D.

A food book about fat, cholesterol and salt Read all labels, things you might not know about some foods, eating out, cooking it yourself, snacks.

$4.00 each • 7th grade reading level 93% SAM score • 56 page paperback and supplements • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

item 261A–The Love Your Heart Diet A nutrition guide for heart patients Fats and cholesterol, sodium, food labels, tips for cooking.

$1.75 each • 5th grade reading level 89% SAM score • 8 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

A nutrition guide for heart patients

item 573–Make the Connection

ake the connection between diabetes and heart disease

between diabetes and heart disease Managing your diabetes, about heart disease, and the connection is, know your blood sugar levels, hemoglobin A1c testing. $2.95 each • 7th grade reading level 32 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

item 68B–Mitral Valve Prolapse the heart with a different beat Normal heart and valves, mitral valve prolapse, the nervous system, symptoms, evaluation, treatment (if any), exercise.

$3.85 the heart with a different beat

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88% SAM score • 16 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 11"

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Books item 164A–Off the Beat Normal heart rhythm, studies to record an abnormal rhythm, abnormal heartbeats and rhythms, treatment for abnormal heart rhythm, back on the beat.

$4.05 each • 9th grade reading level 88% SAM score • 24 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 11

item 399–Saving Your Heart Coronary artery disease and how to manage it Assess your risk, diabetes, smoking, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, being overweight, unmanaged stress.

$3.25 each • 8th grade reading level 86% SAM score • 32 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

item 27E –A Stronger Pump* a guide for people with Heart Failure Heart failure, how you may feel, medical treatment, surgical treatment, tests, causes of heart failure.

$3.95 each • 7th grade reading level

a guide for people with

Heart Failure

48 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10”

item 189A–Wake Up Call for your heart Know your risks for heart disease, quit smoking, eat healthy, lose fat, get moving, family tree, keep your blood glucose down, control your blood pressure and weight, warning signs of heart disease.

$3.25

each • 6th grade reading level

84% SAM score • 24 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

item 483–Your Child Has a Pacemaker The heartʼs electrical system, why a pacemaker is needed, all about pacemakers, pacemaker placement, getting ready for pacemaker surgery, the surgery, after the surgery, caring for the pacemaker.

$4.45 each • 8th grade reading level 64 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

item 05D–Moving Right Along* After Heart Surgery Going home, more about your heart, prevention of bacterial endocarditis, anticoagulants, atrial septal defect, aneurysm of the heart muscle.

$4.35

each • 7th grade reading level

After Heart Surgery

86% SAM score • 56 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 11"

* Available in Spanish – see page 51

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CARDIAC REHAB It’s the SAFEST, FASTEST way to help you feel BETTER, get STRONGER and reduce your risk of future heart problems. Your insurance company will most likely pay for some or all of the cost of your cardiac rehab.

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item 237A–Heart Attack Warning Signs Poster

item 19B –The Sensuous Heart guidelines for sex after a heart attack or heart surgery Feeling depressed, your body during sex, four phases of sexual activity, how often you have sex, positions, medications.

$8.50 each • 2-sided, laminated poster (side 1 English, side 2 Spanish) • 18 x 24" ONLY

$5.00 each

item 237AB–Heart Attack Warning Signs English/Spanish Poster

$3.85 each • 4th grade reading level 93% SAM score • 24 page paperback •

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$16.00 each • same design as item 237A item 306A–To Mend a Broken Heart*

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Pediatric heart surgery Your childʼs healthcare team, types of heart surgery, before surgery, in the operating room, after surgery, going home.

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item 234A–Nutrition Posters

$4.05 each • 7th grade reading level

Subjects include: Food Choices, the Food Pyramid, Reading a Nutrition Label and Portion Size.

80% SAM score • 32 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

$18.00 set • 4 laminated posters • 11 x 17" (see page 53)

item 03E–You Have a Pacemaker and/or ICD

item 243–Cardio/Pulmonary Flip Cards Subjects on pulmonary side include: Heart and Lungs, Normal Lungs, Mucus, Asthma, Bronchiectasis, Bronchitis and Emphysema.

Pacemakers, types of pacemakers, internal cardioverter defibrillators, surgery to implant a pacemaker or an ICD, checking your pacemaker or ICD. $4.50 each • 7th grade reading level

Subjects on cardiac side include: Coronary Arteries, Heart Valves, Cardiac Cath, Angioplasty, Bypass Surgery, Pacemakers and Head and Neck Arteries. $62.50 set • 7 double-sided laminated cards

89% SAM score • 48 page paperback 81⁄ 2 x 11"

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item 292–Cardiac Rehab Poster

$7.65

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* Available in Spanish – see page 51

Heart Valves You may or may not feel 1 or more of these:

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aching, burning, tightness, squeezing in your upper body, back, shoulder blades, chest, one or both arms, neck, jaw or stomach

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bad indigestion sweating (cold or hot) nausea or vomiting dizziness fast or skipped heartbeats severe weakness shortness of breath Be aware: • Elderly people may have less intense signs. • Women may have less intense chest pain, more nausea or more weakness than men.

mitral valve • bread • dry or cooked cereal • rice • pasta

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• fruit • 100% fruit juice • dried fruit

• dry roasted, mixed nuts • vegetable oils • salad dressing

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g Call 911 if any of the above signs go on for more than a few minutes (no more than 5).

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NOT drive yourself.

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item 218A–Heart Flip Cards

item 603–Cardiac Med Guides

Subjects include: Heart Valves, Bypass Surgery, Angioplasty, Atherectomy, Coronary Arteries, Cardiac Catheterization, Heart Rhythms, Pacemakers and Stents. $62.75 set • 11 laminated cards • 81⁄2 x 11"

Subjects are in both English and Spanish and include: Ace Inhibitors, Alpha Blockers, Angiotensin II Receptor Blockers, Antiarrhythmics, Anti-Coagulants, Antihypertensives, Antiplatelets, Beta Blockers, Calcium Channel Blockers, Cholesterol Lowering Drugs, Clot Busters, Coumadin, Diuretics, Inotropic Agents, Learning About Your Cardiovascular Drugs, Nitrates, Vasodilators. $39.95 each • CD-ROM • prints 81⁄2 x 11"

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from The Heart Flip Cards (item 218A)

Artery Bypass From Chest

print unlimited copies for 1 year

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ʼscripts—Print-on-demand patient education delivery system see page 28 for details Available modules include: • Coronary Artery Disease • Cardiac Meds • Heart Failure • High Blood Pressure • Myocardial Infarction • and many more

item 634–High Blood Pressure Pamphlet* The Silent Killer

$58.50 pack of 50 • 6th grade reading level 31⁄ 2 x 81⁄ 2"

item 625–Wake Up Call Pamphlet* Understanding your risks for heart disease.

$55.95 pack of 50 • 6th grade reading level 31⁄2 x 81⁄2"

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High Blood Glucose and Diabetes Your body uses insulin to help glucose (sugar) get into your cells to be used for energy. When you have diabetes, your body does not have enough insulin or has trouble using the insulin it has. When glucose builds up in your blood rather than going into your cells you get hyperglycemia (high blood glucose).

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When there is not enough insulin, your body breaks down fats to use for energy. When this happens, the body makes an acid called ketones. Your body can’t accept large amounts of ketones, so it tries to get rid of them in your urine. But the body can’t get rid of them all. This leads to ketoacidosis—a serious problem that must be treated at once.

Wha t caus es hi gh blood gl ucose ? The cause of high could be that you:

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• ate more than you should • did not eat at the same time each day

Being able to tell if you have high blood glucose is important. Knowing the signs and doing something about them when they first occur can help avoid ketoacidosis. You and those around you need to know these signs:

• did not exercise enough • did not take your insulin/oral agents or took less than you should have • are sick

• having to urinate often • feeling very tired or sleepy • stomach pains or nausea

• have taken other medicines that affect your blood glucose levels

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This measures your blood sugar level.

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K eep your feet CLEAN & DRY 1. Wash feet gently each day. This can be part of your daily bath or shower. (Do not soak feet.) Use a white washcloth to help you see any drainage.

(item 628)

R eport foot injuries or infections EARLY This includes:

3. Pat feet dry, and gently dry between each toe.

6. Have your doctor or a podiatrist show you how to trim or file your toenails. Then trim or file them only after bathing when the nails are soft. (File with an emery board only.) If your toenails have a fungus or are ingrown, always have a podiatrist or your doctor trim them for you.

4. Look between all toes and at the tops, bottoms, sides and heels of your feet.

7. If your feet sweat, add a tiny bit of powder to your socks or stockings before putting them on.

5. See a podiatrist or your doctor when you have corns, calluses, blisters, cuts, scrapes, bruises or other foot problems. Don’t treat foot problems yourself.

8. If your feet are dry and scaly, rub hand lotion on the feet after your bath and before bedtime. This will help keep the skin soft. Never put lotion between your toes.

2. Use warm (not hot) water and a mild soap. (Avoid deodorant soaps.) Test the water with your elbow before bathing. Your feet may be too numb to feel the heat.

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• • • •

redness, pus, swelling, cuts, slow-healing sores fungus under the toenails or ingrown toenails blisters, bruises, corns, calluses burns, punctures, rubbed places

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mprove blood flow to feet and legs

1. If you smoke, quit.

5. Eat less saturated fat. This can help prevent the buildup of fatty deposits in the arteries (atherosclerosis) and improve blood flow.

2. Control blood sugar and blood pressure. 3. Exercise regularly as prescribed by your doctor, and try to keep a normal body weight. 4. Wear cotton socks to bed if your feet are cold. Never use heating pads, hot water bottles or “electric” socks.

6. Wear supportive, comfortable shoes. Shoes should feel good the day you buy them, not weeks later after they have been worn. Shop for them in the afternoon when your feet are biggest. 7. Sit with legs uncrossed. 8. Don’t wear garters, socks or stockings with tight tops; don’t twist hose around legs to keep them up. Avoid girdles and tight clothes.

Anything wrong with a toe or foot can become a major problem for someone with diabetes. People with diabetes are 15 times more likely to have a foot or lower leg amputation than someone without diabetes. Early treatment can reduce the risk of serious infection or amputation.

9. Avoid sandals or shoes with sling back heels or open toes. They leave the foot open to injury and dryness.

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item 258 & item 358–Diabetes Flip Cards

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A parentʼs guide to managing diabetes in children

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Use this chart to know how much a serving size or measurement is.

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2

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Some also need to balance:

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cooked meat, fish or poultry

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A 2-piece pouch system has a skin barrier wafer or flange and a snap-on pouch. You can switch your pouch every 1-3 days. Change your barrier wafer or flange as your WOC (Wound Ostomy Continence) nurse tells you or when you have a leak. As a rule, you should change your barrier every 3-7 days or as the brand maker suggests. If you find a leak or your skin begins to burn or itch, change your barrier right away.

Tips to remember

Peristomal skin care

• The best time to change your

Take good care of the skin around your stoma. Any opening on your skin raises your risk for infection. So, keep the skin around the stoma clean.

pouch is before you eat or drink anything for the day. • When changing your pouch,

leave a little air in it to help keep it from sticking to the moist stoma.

If you notice any signs of irritation or infection, call your doctor or WOC nurse right away.

• After changing your pouch, wait

an hour before you shower.

The signs of skin irritation Every time you change your pouch check your stoma and skin for any signs of irritation:

item 435–Changing Your 1-piece Ostomy

item 439–Irrigating Your Colostomy

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item 17A–The Irritable Bowel

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• fever above 101°F (38.3°C)

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• is 1⁄ 3 to 1⁄ 2 full of waste

How to empty your pouch To empty your pouch:

stoma

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barrier

item 437–Emptying Your 1-piece Pouch

pouch

2. Point the bottom of your pouch into the toilet. Let the stool drain into the toilet. 3. Clean the tail end of the pouch with toilet paper or a baby wipe. 4. If you are concerned about odor, put mouthwash or deodorant into the pouch. 5. Uncuff the bottom of the pouch, close and clamp it. Make sure it is sealed.

If you have any questions or concerns about caring for your ostomy, talk to your doctor or WOC (Wound Ostomy Continence) nurse.

Tips • To make emptying easier, use 1/2 tsp of

mineral oil or spray a little cooking oil into the pouch after you clean it. • Do not stick a pin into your pouch to let gas

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item 444–Your Urostomy

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8th grade reading level

Peristomal Skin Care Peristomal skin care Any opening on your skin can make an infection more likely. So, it is important to keep your skin in good condition. That means keeping the skin around your stoma (peristomal skin) clean and healthy.

These signs may include:

Your wafer and pouch must fit well around the stoma to avoid leaks, which can lead to skin problems.

• red or broken area on skin around your stoma

Each time you change your pouch, check the stoma and skin around it for signs of redness or irritation.

• changes in the color or size of your stoma • the skin around your stoma feeling warm to the touch

• rash • burning or stinging of your skin • pain in your abdomen

What to do If you have any signs that the skin around your stoma is irritated, follow these steps: 1. Apply skin barrier powder. Seal in the powder by blotting a sealant in “wipe-on” or spray form, or with a damp cloth. Skin sealants come with and without alcohol. It’s OK to use a skin sealant with alcohol when your skin is clear or only a little red. When your skin is raw or very red use the skin sealant without alcohol to avoid burning your skin, or use a damp cloth.

2.

Repeat these steps (powder then sealant) 1 or 2 times to form a crust if the skin is raw. Make sure the last layer is a sealant—not a powder. Once the crust is dry, apply your pouch barrier. You can use a hair dryer on a low or cool setting to dry your skin.

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barrier

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tape

Your Ileostomy The digestive system When you eat, food goes from your mouth into your esophagus (food pipe) then into your stomach. In the stomach, food is changed into a liquid. Then the liquid goes to your small intestines. The small intestines absorb (take in) what the body needs. Whatever is left over is passed into your colon (large intestine) as stool or waste. As it passes along the colon, the liquid form becomes firmer. Stool is stored in your colon until you have a bowel movement.

Why an ileostomy? You no longer have a colon because of a diseased area or damage to it. But your body still makes and needs to get rid of stool. To do this, a surgically created opening, called an ileostomy, is made to allow waste to leave your body through the small intestine. Stool from an ileostomy will still be liquid.

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Instructional art taken from the book, You Have a Colostomy (item 246— on page 17 of this catalog.)

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item 246–You Have a Colostomy

Arms away from body One pillow under head

Knees flat, legs straight

Definitions, how digestion works, the operation, your stoma, colostomy pouches, peristomal skin care, what to report, irrigation, diet, sex.

$3.25 each • 6th grade reading level 24 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 11"

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Pillow between knees and ankles

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$2.05 each • 6th grade reading level 16 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

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Skin integrity side includes: pressure ulcer causes, pressure points, signs of pressure ulcers, stages of pressure ulcers, safe positions, turning clock and wound infection.

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What are pressure ulcers, causes, how to identify a pressure ulcer, risk factors, how to prevent pressure ulcers, plan for preventing pressure ulcers.

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item 147–Is It GERD? Pamphlet

$21.50 pack of 50 • 7th grade reading level Stages of Pressure Ulcers Stage 1

skin

skin fat

fat

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muscle

bone

bone

Colostomy

Skin is red but still held together. Can heal with proper treatment.

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There is tissue loss through the outer skin layer and into the inner layer. Looks like a blister or shallow crater.

Stage 4 skin

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Ascending Colostomy

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Stage 2

pouch Changing theIleostomy Stoma

Colostomy Stoma 1 Remove pouch.

Transverse Colostomy Tissue loss goes through outer and inner layers of skin into fat layer. Looks like a deep crater.

There is tissue loss through the skin layers and fat layer under the skin (and sometimes into muscle and bone). Looks like a deep crater.

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5 Clean with soap

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Your Oxygen Concentrator The air in your home is about 80% nitrogen and only 20% oxygen. An oxygen concentrator pulls most of the nitrogen out of the air, leaving almost pure oxygen.

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Parts

Settings

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The unit can be set for different amounts of oxygen. This is called the liter flow. Your doctor or nurse will tell you the liter flow to use. DO NOT change the flow unless your doctor tells you to.

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Brain Surgery What to Know and Ask Why brain surgery is done, the brain and spinal cord, tests, surgery, care after surgery, the neurosurgery floor, rehab center.

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Stroke: Taking Action

Brain Injury: Early Stages of Recovery

Know the signs

Women be aware:

You may feel any of these when having a stroke: • sudden weakness, numbness or tingling on one side of your body • drooping of your eyelid or mouth on one side of your face • confusion, loss of memory or sudden loss of consciousness • slurred speech, loss of speech or problems understanding simple statements • sudden severe headache for no known reason • trouble staying balanced, sudden falls or feeling dizzy for no known reason • sudden changes in vision—blurring, dimming or loss of sight • nausea and vomiting along with any of the above

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Cholesterol and Blood Pressure Tests Results Use this chart to keep a record of your cholesterol levels and blood pressure readings when you get them. Then, see how you measure up to the guides listed below. If you don’t measure up well in an area, ask your doctor or nurse what you should do to improve. Use the space on the back to identify things you need to do. Cholesterol (measured in mg/dL)

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Triglycerides Normal

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High

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So complex carbohydrates (starches), for the most part, are better in helping you control your weight. The major sources of starches are: • grains—bread, cereal, rice and pasta

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Learning About Cholesterol in Food About cholesterol Cholesterol is a fat-like substance found in human and animal tissue. It is also found in all the foods you eat that come from animals. Plants (such as fruits, vegetables and soy products) do not contain cholesterol. Although cholesterol does a lot of good things in your body, you do not need to eat cholesterol in food. Your body can make all the cholesterol it needs from the fats you eat. Because of this, most experts now say you should eat less than 300 milligrams (mg) of cholesterol a day. But, for some, this may be too much. Having too much cholesterol in your diet can lead to high blood cholesterol levels.

Blood cholesterol Blood cholesterol is made up of good (HDL) and bad (LDL) cholesterol. The bad cholesterol can clog up your arteries by building up within the walls. This narrows your blood vessels and can lead to atherosclerosis, hardening of the arteries. Narrowed arteries reduce the blood flow (oxygen and nutrients) to your heart and body. This can lead to a heart attack or a stroke. High blood cholesterol levels are very unsafe when combined with these other risk factors for heart disease: • smoking

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A nutrition guide for heart patients

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A word about finding breast cancer

Finding it early

In most cases, you have no pain with breast cancer. You may have no symptoms at all. But as breast cells change from normal to abnormal, they grow out of control. Over time they form a lump or tumor.

Breast self exams can be helpful if used along with mammograms and breast exams done by your doctor. So your monthly breast exam is a few minutes well spent.

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What happens Osteoarthritis occurs slowly. The cartilage breaks down or wears away over time. This leaves bone on bone. So when you move, turn or bend, the bones vertebrae rub together. This can cause:

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Osteoarthritis of the Hand About the disease Osteoarthritis (oss-tee-o-arth-rye-tis) of the hand is a disease that affects the cartilage covering the ends of the bones in your thumb and fingers. Cartilage is the material that allows the bones in your fingers to glide over each other easily when you bend them. It also absorbs the shock that physical activity puts on your hands. The disease may also develop in a joint that has been injured, overused or damaged by an infection. Women tend to get this disease more often than men. And it seems to run in families.

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What happens Osteoarthritis occurs slowly. The cartilage breaks down or wears away over time. The bones rub together causing:

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item 228–Back To Love That loving feeling, slow motion is the love potion, when to get help, medicine side effects, position yourself for love, questions for your doctor.

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On the pictures to the right: 1. Put an X where it hurts (if it hurts in more than one place, put more than one X)

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item 377–Making It Better Living With Pain Coping skills, coping tips, how well am I coping, about pain, types of pain, what is pain control, medicines, complementary therapies, pain management centers, surgery.

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Neuropathic pain This pain is caused by damage to nerves in your body, in your arms and legs or in your spinal cord. It often feels like a stinging, burning or "electric shock" type of pain.

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Books item 478–Cooper Gets A Cast

$2.95 each • ages 4-8 • 32 page paperback • 8 x 8" includes 6 coloring pages

item 477–Cooper Gets A CT Scan

$2.95 each • ages 4-8 • 32 page paperback • 8 x 8" includes 6 coloring pages

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Cooper Has

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item 149–Crayon pack

50¢ each • pack of 4 color

item 482–CJ Has Diabetes Type 1 diabetes from an adolescentʼs viewpoint. In “comic-book” format to relate to readers. Diagnosis, blood glucose monitoring, food, exercise and insulin use included.

$2.95 each • 6th grade reading level 24 page paperback • 65⁄ 8 x 101⁄ 4"

item 483–Your Child Has a Pacemaker The heartʼs electrical system, why a pacemaker is needed, all about pacemakers, pacemaker placement, getting ready for pacemaker surgery, surgery, after surgery, caring for the pacemaker.

$4.45 each • 8th grade reading level 64 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

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Books item 145A–Kids Breathe Free! A parentʼs guide for treating children with ASTHMA What is asthma, treating asthma, working with the doctor, when to call the doctor, working with the teacher, asthma on the go.

$3.25 each • 6th grade reading level 32 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 11"

item 587–The Beat Goes On! a book for young adults living with a pacemaker or ICD The heartʼs electrical system, abnormal heart rhythms, what your device does, parts of a pacemaker or ICD, the type of device you have, caring for your device, the life of your device.

$2.95 each • 8th grade reading level 40 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

item 306A–To Mend a Broken Heart* Pediatric heart surgery Your childʼs health care team, types of heart surgery, before surgery, in the operating room, after surgery, going home.

pediatric heart surgery

$4.05 each • 7th grade reading level 80% SAM score • 32 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

item 425–Your Child Has Diabetes a parentʼs guide for managing diabetes in children Types of diabetes, diabetes from a childʼs point of view, managing diabetes, eating healthy meals and snacks, insulin, medicines, oral agents, checking blood glucose, blood glucose problems, treating hypoglycemia.

$3.25 each • 7th grade reading level 40 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10”

Your child has

Diabetes A parent’s guide for managing diabetes in children

item 378A–Heart Caths for Kids A book for parents of children needing heart catheterization A heart cath, types of heart caths, the cath lab, pre-admission tests, getting ready for the cath, in the cath lab.

$4.05 each • 8th grade reading level 32 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10" • 86% SAM See page 37 for the accompanying CD-ROM, Cath Lab Procedures

* Available in Spanish – see page 51

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‘s Triggers

child’s name

Check the things that trigger your child’s asthma. Let your child check them if he can.

general irritants (should be avoided by everyone with asthma) tobacco smoke spray deodorants, hair sprays, insect sprays, cleaning sprays

Every year, secondhand smoke triggers up to 1 million asthma flare-ups in children.

talcum powder, make-up, perfume chalk dust, odors from markers

item 495–Childhood Obesity

smog and other air pollution car and truck exhaust changes in temperature, humidity or air pressure odors from cleaning fluids, paints, furniture polish, room fresheners

$10.75 • 6th grade reading level

others colds, flu, sinus problems

allergic triggers

exercise

(avoid if you are allergic to them)

cockroaches

bursts of emotion that affect breathing (such as crying, laughing, etc.)

mold, mildew

some medicines

dust mites cats, dogs and other furry pets

item 447–Learning about RSV in Children

smoke from burning wood or leaves some foods (rarely)

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Fish are great pets for kids with asthma— no flaking skin.

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$10.75 • 7th grade reading level A metered dose inhaler (MDI)

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A metered dose inhaler (MDI) is a small hand-held device that allows your child to breathe in a fine mist of medicine. The inhaler is set to give a premeasured dose of medicine with each puff. Your doctor will tell you how many puffs your child should take.

$9.75 • 5th grade reading level • single-sided

To use an inhaler the right way, your child most likely needs a spacer/holding chamber. This will help him/her get the right amount of medicine from each puff. If your child is 5 or younger, he/she may need to use a mask with the spacer/holding chamber. The doctor, nurse, pharmacist or therapist will show your child how to use the inhaler. Learn the steps on the back of this sheet so you can help your child follow them.

mask

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$10.75 • 8th grade reading level medicine can mouthpiece

medicine can

medicine can

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item 274–Pediatric Asthma Medicine Chart

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Pediatric Cath Lab Version 1.1

item 379A–Pediatric Cath Lab CD-ROM (Version 1.1)

Pediatric Cardiology

Cath Lab Procedures Pritchett & Hull Associates, Inc.

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Includes diagnostic and interventional cath procedures. Repairs for 7 defects are animated as well as EPS, EPS/RFA, heart biopsy and coronary angiography. Diagrams and explanations can be printed for parents to take home. This CD can be used on IBM compatible PCs (P100 or higher) with MS Windows operating systems.

See page 35 for the accompanying book, Heart Caths For Kids.

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item 379A–Pediatric Cath Lab CD-ROM (Version 1.1) contains the following subjects: Diagnostic Cath • Coronary Angiogram Interventional Cath • Atrial Septal Defect

• Coarctation of the Aorta

• Electrophysiology Study (EPS)

• Patent Ductus Arteriosis

• EPS and Radio Frequency Ablation

• Pulmonary Artery Stenosis • Pulmonary Valve Stenosis

• Biopsy

• Ventricular Septal Defect

• Aortic Valve Stenosis

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Pediatric Cardiology Teaching Materials Version 1.3 Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) There is a hole between the top two chambers of the heart. The hole can be high, in the middle or low in the wall separating the chambers.

Problem hole between chambers

The hole allows the red and blue blood to mix together. The red blood from the high pressured left side of the heart goes across the hole to the lower pressured right side. This increases the work load of the right side of the heart. Also, red blood goes back to the lungs from the right side of the heart. Over time there can be damage to the lungs from too much blood.

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Correction patch

A median sternotomy (chest) incision is used for the ASD repair. In some cases a submammary (beneath the breasts) incision is offered.

Pediatric Cardiology Teaching Materials

The hole is closed with stitches or a patch. Most of the time, the patch is a small piece of the sac that the heart sits in. This sac is called pericardium.

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item 307G–Pediatric Cardiology Teaching Materials (Version 1.3) If you like our Pediatric Cardiology Teaching Materials CD-ROM (version 1.3) but prefer to have it in print form, this product is for you. This binder contains 30 flip cards that illustrate a normal heart plus 29 heart defects and surgeries to repair them. Each defect has accompanying sheets that can be copied and sent home with the parents.

$395.00 set (item 307G) 5th grade reading level • Binder with 30 – 81⁄ 2 x 11" laminated flip cards and write-on/wipe-off pen, 54 copy-ready teaching sheets

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Product version1.3 and item #580 (page 39) contain the following: • Normal heart and blood flow • Aortic Stenosis (AS) – Subaortic membrane – Supravalve – Valve – Valve with subaortic stenosis • Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) • Atrioventricular Septal Defect (AVSD) • Coarctation of the Aorta • Hypoplastic Aortic Arch • Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS) • Interrupted Aortic Arch (IAA) – Type A with intact ventricular septum – Type B with VSD – Type C with VSD • Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA) • Pulmonary Atresia (PA) – With intact ventricular septum – With VSD – With VSD and MAPCAs

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• Pulmonary Stenosis (PS) – Valve – Subvalve – Supravalve – Valvular with hypoplastic annulus • Tetrology of Fallot (TOF) – With adequate pulmonary annulus – With hypoplastic pulmonary annulus – With hypoplastic pulmonary annulus and pulmonary artery • Transposition of the Great Arteries (TGA) – With intact ventricular septum – with VSD • Tricuspid Atresia (TA) • Truncus Arteriosus (TA) – Type I – Type II and III • Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD)

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item 309B–Pediatric Cardiology Teaching Materials CD-ROM (Version 1.3) Includes the normal heart plus 29 heart defects and the surgical options to repair them. Shows animated blood flow and how the defect(s) and repair procedure(s) affect the flow. Diagrams, explanations and customized instructions for each child can be printed for parents to take home. These CD-ROMs can be used on IBM PC or compatible computers (P100 or higher) with MS Windows operating systems.

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item 580– Pediatric Cardiology Teaching Materials, PowerPoint® Presentation version 1.2

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Pediatric Cardiology Teaching Materials Version 2.1

Version

2.1 (item 317)

PRINTED MATERIALS

item 317–Pediatric Cardiology Teaching Materials Version 2.1 This binder contains, in print form, the same content as our Pediatric Cardiology Teaching Materials CD-ROM version 2.1 (with the exception of vascular ring – pulmonary sling). It comes with 22 flip cards that show a normal heart plus 26 defects and the surgeries to fix them. Each defect also has a companion teaching sheet you can copy and send home with parents as a reference.

$335.00 set (item 317) 5th grade reading level • Binder with 22 –81⁄ 2 x 11" laminated flip cards and write-on/wipe-off pen, 35 copy-ready teaching sheets

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Product version 2.1 and item 581 (p. 41) contain the following subjects: • Anomalous Left Coronary Artery • Aorticopulmonary Window • Primum Atrial Septal defect • Secundum Atrial Septal defect • Sinus Venosus Atrial Septal defect • Double Outlet Right Ventricle – mild/moderate • Double Outlet Right Ventricle – severe • Ebsteinʼs Anomaly of the Tricuspid Valve

• Single Ventricle with inadequate pulmonary blood flow • Single Ventricle with Pulmonary Stenosis and adequate blood flow • Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Connection–Infracardiac • Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Connection–Intracardiac • Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Connection–Supracardiac

• Hypoplastic Right Heart Syndrome/ Single Ventricle

• Vascular Ring–Double Aortic Arch

• Single Ventricle with unrestricted pulmonary blood flow

• Vascular Ring–Pulmonary Sling (not in item 317) • Normal heart and blood flow

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item 480A–Pediatric Cardiology Teaching Materials

2 CD-ROM (Version 2.1)

This CD-Rom includes 17 defects not on version 1.3. Like version 1.3, it lets you show parents the normal heart, the defect and the repair. You can use the animated blood flow to help explain how the defect and repair affect the blood flow. It also allows you to print out helpful diagrams and explanations for each defect and repair so parents can remember what they learned. This CD-ROM can be used on IBM PC or compatible computers (P100 or higher) with MS Windows operating systems.

$495.00 each

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Learning to Use a Walker Starting position

Curbs

(same for all movements)

The walker should be hip height. Hold the hand grips with your wrists straight and elbows slightly bent (30° degrees).

(Going up)

1. Place your weight on both legs. 2. Move your walker and one leg up onto the curb.

Walking 1. Stand with your weight on both legs. Place the walker 6 to 8 inches in front of your toes.

3. Supporting your weight on your hands, carefully step up onto the curb with your other leg. On stairs, use the handrail for support instead of your walker. If there is no handrail, avoid the stairs.

Curbs (Going down) 2. While supporting your weight on your hands, step into the walker with one leg, then bring your other leg forward.

1. Place your weight on both legs.

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2. Move your walker and one leg down off of the curb. 3. Supporting your weight on your hands, carefully step down off of the curb with your other leg.

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item 284–Bacterial Vaginosis

item 484–Hospital Safety

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Falling Problems In the U.S., almost one-third of those over age 65 fall each year. Some falls may be so bad that you are no longer mobile (able to get up and walk). Bone fractures, caused by falling, can lead to blood clots, pneumonia or even death.

There may be things around your home that might increase your risk of falling. You may not think about some of these as being a cause: • poorly lit rooms or walkways • pets that walk in front of you • slippery or wet floors • uneven surfaces • electrical cords where you walk • clutter in the floor • throw rugs

The reasons some people fall are because they: • are frail • can’t react quickly • have poor vision or hearing

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item 571–Learning About MRSA

$10.75 8th grade reading level

• are taking medicines which cause

side effects, such as dizziness and blurred vision • have some disease that affects their

balance or sense of feeling in their legs and feet • have weak muscles • have trouble concentrating

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To help yourself, look around your house and see if there are things that might put you at risk. Think about your health and physical fitness. Ask your doctor if any of your medicines could make you clumsy or sleepy. If you have tingling, burning or pain in your legs or feet, tell your doctor. This may be peripheral neuropathy—the loss of feeling due to nerve damage—since about 20% of those over 65 have this condition. Review the prevention tips on the other side. They may help you avoid a fall.

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About MRSA

Staph is often found on your skin or in your nose. But, it can also get inside your body and cause an infection.

Staphylococcus aureus (are-e-us) or S. aureus is one type of staph bacteria. S. aureus is most often treated with strong antibiotics – like methicillin (meth-a-sill-in).

Staph causes minor diseases like acne, boils and pimples. Or it can get through your skin and infect your:

But, some germs resist the methicillin so it may not be able to cure the infection. These germs are called MRSA (methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus). There are very few drugs that can be used to treat MRSA, and most often these have to be given in the hospital.

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item 279–Crutches Use

$10.75 5th grade reading level

For healthy people, MRSA most often causes a mild infection of the skin that can be treated. However, for people who are sick or weak, MRSA can be hard-to-treat or life-threatening.

heart

You can also have a staph infection and not know it. It does not make you ill—you just carry it. But you can pass it on to others and make them sick.

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$10.75 8th grade reading level

Germs (bacteria) are all around us. Whether they cause illness or not depends on where they live and what poisons they produce. One type is staphylococcus (staff-ah-lo-cock-us) or staph. This is a common germ that lives in people and on their skin.

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Learning About MRSA

About staph infections

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$10.75 4th grade reading level item 574–Wheelchair Safety

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item 285–Falling Prevention

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$7.00 each Medicine Safety and You Health care providers are working to make the health care system safer for you. An important member of that health care team is you. As a member, the best thing you can do is be involved in decisions about your health care. This is the best way you can help prevent medical errors.

Medicine safety tips: Be sure every doctor and nurse you see knows what medicines you take. This would include:

š over-the-counter medicine (even aspirin)

Be sure your doctor knows about any allergies or bad reactions you have had to any medicine. It is a good idea to have this written down. That’s in case a family member has to give your doctor and nurse this information. (Poison Control 1-800-222-1222)

š vitamins and other supplements

If you are given a prescription, make sure you know:

š all prescription medicine

š any herbal products Keep a list of your medicines and take it with you when you have a doctor’s appointment. Or take all the medicines with you so you can discuss them with your doctor. He or she may not know the contents in some vitamins, supplements or herbal remedies. Having the actual bottle(s) can give this information.

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š what it is š what it is for (why you take it) š how you should take it (with food, etc.) š how often to take it š how long to take it (use the chart on the back) Be sure you can read the handwriting on the prescription. If you can’t read it, the pharmacist may have a hard time too.

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Books item 144–An Ounce Of Prevention

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for the common cold, the flu, bronchitis and pneumonia The common cold, the flu (influenza), acute bronchitis, pneumonia, itʼs in your hands, good health habits.

for

• the common cold • the flu

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• bronchitis • pneumonia

16 page paperback • 51⁄ 2 x 81⁄ 2"

How can I prevent pressure ulcers?

item 303–How You Can Prevent Pressure Ulcers

Change positions often Here are some general rules for positioning. Ask your doctor or nurse what is best for you.

In bed

What are pressure ulcers, why worry about pressure ulcers, what causes pressure ulcers, how will I know if Iʼm getting a pressure ulcer, your risk factors, how can I prevent pressure ulcers.

1. Shift your weight at least every hour. Change positions at least every two hours. Make sure your weight is spread evenly with no pressure on bony areas. Top leg bent, pillow beneath

Lying on side

Not directly on hip bone Pillow(s) behind back, hip

Lying on back Toes and knees pointed toward ceiling, ankles at 90 degrees

$3.25 each • 5th grade

Arms away from body One pillow under head

Knees flat, legs straight Elevate heels off bed

reading level 24 page paperback • 81⁄ 2 x 10"

Pillow between knees and ankles

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from How You Can Prevent Pressure Ulcers (item 303)

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$7.65 each • 18 x 24" • laminated poster ONLY

$5.00 each

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Why you may not need one

Antibiotics won’t stop viruses (such as a cold, the flu, a cough or bronchitis).

Ask your doctor what treatment is right for you. ©

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Using warm, soapy water, wash the palms, sides and back of your hands, between your fingers, your thumbs and under your fingernails for 20 seconds.

Rinse your hands under warm, running water.

Turn the faucet off with a paper towel.

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$10.75 • 7th grade reading level item 329–Adult Asthma Medicine Chart

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item 327–Adult Asthma Treatment Plan

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$10.75 • 6th grade reading level

item 290–Pediatric Asthma Triggers

$9.75 • 5th grade reading level single-sided item 275–Pediatric MDI Use*

$10.75 • 8th grade reading level

Controlled coughing Controlled coughing (planned coughing sessions) can help you get the mucus out of your lungs so you can breathe better. It is best to do these sessions when you are not already coughing and when your mucus is thin enough to be coughed up. See the back of this sheet to learn how to do controlled coughing. Always do it after taking your inhaled bronchodilator.

Fluids

Check for infection

Thick, sticky mucus can cause shortness of breath, wheezing, hacking coughs and infection. To keep mucus thin, drink lots of water or other caffeine-free fluids each day. For most people, this means drinking 8–16 cups of water or other fluids a day.

• When you cough up mucus, spit it into a tissue, and check the color. If it is yellow or green, you may have an infection.

• The mucus you cough up is filled with bacteria. Use tissues to catch it. Wash your hands after you throw away the tissues.

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item 328–Adult MDI Use

• If you are taking antibiotics, take all the medicine as prescribed so you can get rid of the infection.

Coughing helps your lungs get rid of mucus. Talk to your doctor before taking any cough medicine.

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• If you think you might have an infection, call your doctor right away. He or she may prescribe an antibiotic.

Some people need to limit their fluids. Ask your health care provider how much fluid is right for you.

item 326–Adult Asthma Warning Signs

$10.75 • 5th grade reading level item 214–Adult Peak Flow Meter

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Learning About Dry Powder Inhalers (DPI) If you have asthma or other breathing problems, you may use an inhaler. Inhalers are used to get bronchodilators and anti-inflammatory medicines into your lungs. These medicines help prevent attacks, but they will not help during an attack.

$10.75 • 6th grade reading level

The four DPIs most often used are: ¥

A Turbuhaler® contains the powder medicine and delivers a fine powder with each use.

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A Rotahaler® uses capsules of powder medicine, which you put in each time you use it.

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A Diskhaler® uses a powder medicine in a sealed disk that is pierced to release the powder when you use it.

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A Diskus® holds the medicine and has a built in counter. It is often used by pediatric patients.

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Your DPI will have instructions on how to load, clean and use it. If you have any questions about it, talk to your healthcare professional.

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Pursed lip breathing How it helps When you have COPD, your lungs are better at bringing air in than letting it out. This causes stale air to get trapped in your lungs so you can’t take a deep breath. This can make you short of breath or cause tightness in your chest. When you are having trouble taking breaths, breathing faster will not help. Pursed lip breathing will help because it slows down your breathing to let your damaged lungs work better.

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Nicotine - the drug Nicotine (a drug found in tobacco products) is highly addictive. It is absorbed quickly in the lungs from tobacco smoke. It is also absorbed quickly when tobacco is chewed.

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When it is used all the time, levels of nicotine add up in your body during the day and stay overnight. So you feel the effects of nicotine 24 hours a day. When you take nicotine in your body by smoking or chewing tobacco, you get a quick “kick”. This “kick” is caused by your body’s release of a hormone that causes a sudden release of glucose (sugar). It is then followed by depression and fatigue, which make you crave more nicotine. A vicious cycle occurs.

Talk with your doctor about NRT. Some aids can be bought without a prescription, but some require one. There are some medicines that may interact with a nicotine aid and cause worse problems for you. Your doctor knows your medical history and can help you decide which aid is best for you to use.

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Giving up tobacco is not easy. The nicotine in cigarettes and other tobacco products is addictive. When you use tobacco, your body thinks it needs nicotine and it becomes habit forming. Giving up tobacco means making a plan and sticking to it.

Plan before you quit There are different methods you can use to quit using tobacco: • quit “cold turkey” (all at once) • tapering off (using less and less tobacco over a period of time) • Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) (using aids to help you give up tobacco) Talk with your doctor or nurse about which method of quitting would be best for you.

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Recovery is getting past withdrawal. The longer you have used tobacco and the more you use it each day, the harder it may be for you to “kick the habit”.

Cravings and emotional distress can occur. And you may have one or more of these:

Being honest about why you use tobacco can tell you what you need to work on for recovery. For example, do you use tobacco: • to get you going in the morning and give you a boost during the day?

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Nicotine - the addiction Being addicted to nicotine causes withdrawal symptoms when you try to stop using it. It is much the same as cocaine and other addictive drugs.

The goal of NRT is to help you give up tobacco use slowly over time. It helps you deal with withdrawal and nicotine cravings. Most of the aids give you a small amount of nicotine to help you taper off. As a result, you should not use tobacco when you are using NRT.

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(81/2 x 11", double-sided, unless indicated otherwise in pads of 50 sheets) Autosupervisión del nivel de glucosa en la sangre ¿Por qué supervisarla?

Cómo supervisar la glucosa en su sangre

La autosupervisión es la mejor manera de decir si su diabetes está bajo control. Si usted tiene demasiada o muy poca glucosa (azúcar) en la sangre, es posible que su médico necesite cambiarle su plan alimenticio, de ejercicios o de medicina(s).

Para efectuar la autosupervisión, usted necesita un medidor de glucosa en la sangre, un dispositivo con lanceta y una franja de prueba. Pregúntele a su médico o educador de la diabetes cuál medidor es mejor para usted y cómo conseguir estos materiales. Existen varios paquetes de autosupervisión en el mercado. Cuando usted consiga su paquete, lea las direcciones antes de usarlo. Cada paquete es un poco diferente. Cuando esté listo para hacerse la prueba, siga estos pasos básicos.

Cuándo hacer la supervisión

2. Frótese el dedo que va a usar un par de veces para hacerle llegar más sangre. 3. Pínchese a un lado de la punta del dedo con la lanceta para obtener una gota de sangre. Exprima una gota lo suficientemente grande para cubrir el área de la franja que va a examinar. (Use una nueva lanceta cada vez que se haga el examen.) 4. Siga las instrucciones que vienen con el medidor de glucosa en la sangre. Esto le permitirá obtener resultados exactos. 5. Lea los resultados y éntrelos en el registro de glucosa en la sangre que usted lleva junto con la fecha y la hora.

El margen saludable de glucosa en mi sangre es antes de las comidas: _____ a _____ 2 horas después de las comidas: _____ a _____ a la hora de acostarse: _____ a _____

6. Cerciórese de desechar la lanceta en un lugar donde no se corran riesgos. Pregúntele a su médico o departamento de salud pública cómo hacerlo.

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Qué son los carbohidratos y qué hacen • Los carbohidratos son la principal fuente de energía del cuerpo. El cuerpo convierte los carbohidratos en glucosa (azúcar), que son su fuente de energía. • Su cuerpo necesita los carbohidratos. Sin ellos, la glucosa en su sangre bajará demasiado y usted no tendrá energía. Pero tener demasiados carbohidratos en un momento dado puede hacer subir demasiado la glucosa en su sangre. • Muchos carbohidratos provienen de los siguientes alimentos: el pan, las comidas con almidón, los cereales, las frutas, la leche y el yogur.

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• No importa de qué comidas vienen, todos los carbohidratos se convierten en glucosa. Esto significa que todos los carbohidratos (no solamente el azúcar) elevan el nivel de glucosa en la sangre. • Comer la cantidad apropiada de carbohidratos le ayudará a controlar la diabetes.

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Moving Right Along After Heart Surgery

Going for Heart Surgery: what you need to know

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Spanish Books

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STD Tearpads (81⁄2 x 11" • double-sided in pads of 50 sheets)

item 432A–Going for Heart Surgery

$5.15

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item 316A–To Mend a Broken Heart: Pediatric Heart Surgery

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$4.75

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$10.75 • 7th grade reading level item 466–Genital Herpes*

$10.75 • 6th grade reading level item 467–Gonorrhea*

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$5.45

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$4.85

$10.75 • 8th grade reading level ONLY

$7.00 each

each • 48 page paperback

module 416–Spanish STDʼs i-sheets

81⁄2 x 10"

item 431A–A Stronger Pump: A guide for people with Heart Failure

$4.35

item 284–Bacterial Vaginosis Tearpad*

each • 48 page paperback

Includes: genital herpes, gonorrhea, chlamydia, HPV and genital warts, STD fact sheet.

$ 47.95 STDʼs Module prints 81⁄2 x 11” (CD ROM)

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item 578S–Hereʼs How to Manage Your Heart Failure

$45.00

pack of 20 • 24 page paperback

* Spanish version available – see item 416 on this page

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• You are more at risk if you: – are 15 to 30 years of age

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• white or yellow pus draining from the penis

– belong to an ethnic minority

• unusual discharge from the vagina • burning during urination

– have more than 1 sex partner

• abnormal menstruation, stomach pain and fever in women

• A mother can infect her unborn baby, leading to pneumonia or eye infection.

If left untreated, chlamydia can cause: • painful swelling in the scrotal area in men

• People who use prostitutes are infected at greater rates than others. • Increases the chance of getting cervical cancer. Copyright © 2002 Pritchett & Hull Associates, Inc. DO NOT DUPLICATE.

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Chlamydia

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)*

Chlamydia is the most common bacterial STD in the U.S. Three million new cases occur each year. It is caused by bacteria (germs). The bacteria can get into the moist linings of the body (like the penis, vagina, throat and rectum) during sexual activity. Sexual activity includes all forms of having sex (vaginal, oral and anal). The more people you have sex with, the more likely you are to get the germs. A chlamydia infection can increase your risk for getting HIV (the virus that causes AIDS) and other STDs.

• scarring of the reproductive organs in women • infertility (prevents people from having children) * STDs are also called STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections)

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Books item 750–No Time To Teach The Essence of Patient and Family Education for Health Care Providers Gives you the essentials and the inspiration you need to make a big impact on the quality of care and your patientsʼ quality of life.

$12.95 each • 202 page paperback • 4 x 7"

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item 700–Lions and Tigers and Nurses Nursing Novella A Nursing Novella About Lateral Violece Haylie Evans, fresh from nursing school, is excited to join the team on Med-Surg South, but quickly learns what the expression “nurses eat their young” means. When Miriam, a nurse who is counting her days until retirement, gets assigned as the preceptor, the claws really come out.  Will Miriam force Haylie out of nursing? Will there be peace on Med-Surg South ever again?

$12.95 each • 170 page paperback • 6 x 9" 3.0 contact hours CNE (item 700)

Order 30 copies or more and save 40% item 701–Broken Heart Nursing Novella A Nursing Novella About Change and Loss After a bitter divorce, nurse Imelda Tagaro would do anything to keep from loving again. But when movie star Devin Ryan is injured on a local movie set and rushed to Dogwood Regional Medical Center, Imelda catches his eye in a big way. While Devin recovers on Med-Surg South, Imeldaʼs determination to resist his charms fades a little more each day. Will Devin find a way to win Imeldaʼs heart? Will she ever be willing to gamble on love again? And who will be lost from the team on Med-Surg South forever?

(item 701)

$14.95 each • 242 page paperback • 6 x 9" 3.5 contact hours CNE

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About 1 out of 4 American adults have Metabolic Syndrome. People also call it Syndrome X, insulin resistance syndrome, the deadly quartet or dysmetabolic syndrome. Soon others will know. . .

Metabolic Syndrome (item 629)

• What it is • Why itʼs important • What patients can do

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item 586–Learning About Trans Fat

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What it is

Why it is important

The definition of metabolic syndrome is hard to give. But, it means you have 3 of these 5 risk factors:

If you have the syndrome, you are at a higher risk of: • coronary artery disease • stroke • PVD (peripheral vascular disease)

• Large waist measurement — greater than 40 inches (for men) — greater than 35 inches (for women)

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• developing type 2 diabetes • dying from a heart attack (about 2 to 3 times higher) • having problems after angioplasty (a procedure to open blocked arteries)

• Triglycerides levels higher than 150 mg/dl (triglycerides are fat-like parts of cholesterol)

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• having problems after bypass surgery

• Low good (HDL) cholesterol — under 40 mg/dl (for men) — under 50 mg/dl (for women)

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The main causes of the syndrome are being overweight (or obese), not being physically active and having a family history of the above factors.

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About 1 out of 4 American adults and as many as 40% of adults over the age of 40 have Metabolic Syndrome. You may also hear it called: Syndrome X, insulin resistance syndrome, the deadly quartet or dysmetabolic syndrome.

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Learning About Obesity

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Obesity has become a major health problem. It is reported that roughly 60% of people in the U.S. are overweight or obese. Obesity has been linked to over 30 diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, stroke, arthritis, gallbladder disease, different types of cancer (breast, prostate and colon) and coronary heart disease. If you are obese, it is important that you do something about it.

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item 496–Weight Loss Surgery

item 368–Heart Failure and Your Weight

item 383–HBP and Weight Management

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There are many causes of obesity, but the 3 basic ones are: • eating habits - not making healthy food choices (too many calories from fat) or eating portions that are too large

1. Do you have a body mass index (BMI) 30 or higher? (see BMI chart on back) 2. If you are a man, is your waist 40 inches or more? If you are a woman, is your waist 35 inches or more?

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What causes obesity?

Your bathroom scales may tell you your weight, but it is not the best way to know if you are severely overweight or obese. The best way to tell is by answering yes to one or both of these questions.

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Are you obese?

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INDEX

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• genes - some people seem to gain weight and store fat more than others

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• inactivity - not exercising on a regular basis to burn off those extra calories

Your BMI can help you know what your weight should be as well as how much overweight you are. It is not perfect, but it is a good way to assess your weight.

healthy weight

25 - 29.9

overweight

30 - 34.9

obese (level 1)

35 - 39.9

obese (level 2)

40 or more

severe obesity

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– soft margarine,

vegetable oil or sprays (Use very little. All oils have 14 g fat per tablespoon.)

– low-fat cheese,

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– peanut butter

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– olives and nuts (limit

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egg yolks, whole milk, 2% milk, cream, half ’n half, eggnog and most cheeses (unless they list 3 g fat or less per serving)

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fast or fried foods

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