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    AMT G-JET button gastrojejunal tube (AMT G-Jet GJ-tube button) 3001

    A GJ tube is a feeding tube. It is placed through the stomach and goes into part of the small intestine, called jejunum. Learn how to use and care for the GJ tube.

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    AMT balloon button (balloon tube button or "button tube") 3002

    An AMT button is a button type gastrostomy feeding tube. It is held in place by a water balloon. Your child may have had a G-tube changed to an AMT button. Learn how to use and care for the AMT button.

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    AMT button insertion procedure (3003)

    Learn how to change your child's AMT button.

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    Abdominal ultrasound (Spanish)

    Ultrasound uses sound waves to make images of body parts. Learn an abdominal ultrasound is done.

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    Abdominal ultrasound 2128

    Ultrasound uses sound waves to make images of body parts. Learn an abdominal ultrasound is done.

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    About prescription medicines 1549

    This sheet recommends what to do when picking up a new medication. It explains how to follow directions and to keep a record of your child's medications. Learn how to measure, give, store and dispose of medicines.

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    About prescription medicines (Spanish)

    This sheet recommends what to do when picking up a new medication. It explains how to follow directions and to keep a record of your child's medications. Learn how to measure, give, store and dispose of medicines.

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    Abscess (Spanish)

    When skin gets an infection, it can create an abscess. Learn about how an abscess is treated and how to care for it at home.

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    Abusive head trauma (formerly Shaken Baby Syndrome) 1622

    Abusive head trauma is a type of child physical abuse. It is also called shaken baby syndrome. It can also come from being shaken, hit, thrown or slammed. Learn more about why this happens and how to prevent it.

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    Abusive head trauma (formerly Shaken Baby Syndrome) (Spanish)

    Abusive head trauma is a type of child physical abuse. It is also called shaken baby syndrome. It can also come from being shaken, hit, thrown or slammed. Learn more about why this happens and how to prevent it.

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