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Maternity hospitals | SA Health

Maternity hospitals - South Australia offers high quality, safe maternity services and newborn care at large, modern, well equipped sites.

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Influenza | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

Influenza, commonly called the ‘flu’, is an infection caused by influenza A or B viruses

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Lead | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

What is Lead?  Lead is a natural metal found in the ground

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Immunisation | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

Today, we have vaccines which protect children against many diseases

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Breastfeeding | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

Breastfeeding is not always easy and you may have trouble breastfeeding your baby

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Cleft lip and palate | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

A cleft lip or palate develops during the early stages of pregnancy, when gaps in a baby's face and mouth structures don't close as they should

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Broomstick plaster | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

A “Broomstick” plaster holds your child’s legs apart with both legs in a plaster

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Medical play | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

The importance of play Play is how children explore, interact, and come to understand the world around them

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MRI scan | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

What is an MRI scan? MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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Nitrous oxide | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

What is nitrous oxide? You may know nitrous oxide as ‘happy’ gas or’ laughing’ gas

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