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|English: Welcome to the Critical Care Unit|
|Source text - English|
In order to support you and your child in the Critical Care Unit (CCU) this information sheet provides essential information on communication and services available to you.
Who will be caring for my child?
Your child will be cared for by many people, all working together as one team, focused on providing the best care possible for your child. The team includes critical care physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, pharmacists, social workers, dietitians, physiotherapists and others. You have a team of staff physicians caring for your child who ensure continuity of care.
When can I see my child?
When you want to come into the CCU, please call first. Use the phone in the CCU lounge (dial 206486). This helps us ensure a safe and secure environment for all of the patients.
We encourage you to be with your child. You will be asked to step away from the bedside every morning from 7 to 8 a.m. and every evening from 7 to 8 p.m. while our team provides handover. If your child is in a multi-bed room, you will be asked to leave when a procedure is occurring and during medical rounds when other patients are being discussed; we do this to ensure privacy and safety for all of the patients in the room.
What should I expect when I first see my child?
Your child may look very different due to illness and/or all the monitoring and care equipment. Your child may be on special medicines to keep him/her temporarily still and asleep. Your nurse can help you to understand the equipment and medications.
Who can visit?
There can be a great deal of medical equipment at your child’s bedside. To manage this and to help your child get adequate rest, we limit the number of family members visiting at one time to a maximum of 2 people. Siblings are encouraged to visit -- please discuss sibling visits with your nurse for additional information and preparation. Visitors with cough, sore throat or fever should not come into the hospital. Please make sure to use the provided disinfecting hand gel/foam before every entry into the patient room.
|Translation - English|
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