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Nurse giving child medicine
18. When you come to the “wake up “ room, one of your family members will be there when you wake up. This room is also known as the “recovery room.” The nurse may give you some medicine while you are here to help you feel better. She uses a syringe to help her measure the right amount for you. She will squirt the medicine into your mouth for you to swallow using the syringe.
Girl licking popsicle post-op
19. When you come back to your room, you can have some water, juice or a popsicle.
Your nurse will need to check your temperature, your heartbeat, oxygen level and blood pressure again before you go home.
Nurse with mom and daughter
20. Sometimes children stay overnight with us. These rooms are on the 2nd floor, and have a nice big, comfy bed. If you do stay overnight, mom or dad can stay overnight with you. There is a comfortable recliner chair for Mom or dad to sleep in, right next to your bed, along with a TV and special remote control for you to use.
Volunteer wheeling child out of hospital
21. When it is time to go home, a volunteer will give you a wheelchair ride to the front door.

Bye-Bye for now! We’re looking forward to taking care of you!
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