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Treating Minor Childhood Injuries (00:02:27)
Seattle Children's Emergency Department doctor Suzan Mazor, MD, shows parents how to take care of a minor burn, bee sting or sprain.
Should I Take My Child to the Emergency Room or Urgent Care? (0:03:34)
Deciding when to take your child to an urgent care clinic instead of the emergency room can be a confusing choice for parents. In this video, we provide the A-B-C's of deciding when to visit Seattle Children's Urgent Care Clinic vs. the Emergency Department. The Urgent Care Clinic is not intended for life-threatening emergencies, but is appropriate for minor illnesses and injuries such as sprains, cuts, head injuries without loss of consciousness, vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration, ear-aches and mild asthma attacks.
Find out by selecting your child’s symptom or health condition in the list below:
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Watch heartwarming stories about mothers and patients and learn more about the amazing work done by the doctors and nurses at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Presented by Safeway. Consider making a donation to Seattle Children’s in honor of a woman you know, love or admire at Seattlechildrens.org/mothersday. Aired Saturday, April 27, 2013, at 7 p.m. on KOMO.
In this video series, we address questions commonly asked by parents of children with IBD.
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