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What should I take into hospital ahead of my child's procedure?

Heart Heroes Parents have suggested some essential items to take to the hospital ahead of your child's procedure: ❤️ 1/ Comfort items: Bring your child's favorite blanket, stuffed animal, or pillow to provide comfort during their stay. ❤️ 2/ Entertainment: Pack books, toys, or electronic devices to keep your child occupied and distracted during wait times. ❤️ 3/ Clothing: Pack comfortable clothing for both your child and yourself, as well as any necessary toiletries. ❤️ 4/ Medical information: Bring any medical records, insurance information, or medication lists relevant to your child's procedure. ❤️ 5/ Snacks and drinks: Pack snacks and drinks to keep your child nourished and hydrated, especially if they have dietary restrictions or preferences. ❤️ 6/ Support items: Consider bringing items that provide emotional support for both you and your child, such as a journal, calming essential oils, or photos of loved ones. Remember to check with your child's healthcare provider for any specific recommendations or requirements based on their procedure.

03 May 2024
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