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Medical Order for Scope of Treatment or MOST (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

A doctor’s order can be created based on Advance Care Planning conversations between a patient and their doctor. The patient keeps of the order to take with them to: the hospital if they visit the emergency department or are admitted, or a medical appointment. The order provides information to health care providers about your wishes and health care goals. (English) Colour

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Staying Safe - How Can I be Involved? [English] Permalink Public

Safety is everyone’s job. People in care, their family, and all staff need to work together to reduce harm. This includes reducing the chances of falls and injuries, medicine errors, infections, fire, and theft. (English) Colour

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English (262987), Punjabi (266092), Chinese - Simplified (266114)

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262987
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Supporting a Loved One When Death is Near (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

This pamphlet describes the normal changes that happen as the body naturally shuts down in the days to weeks before death; what you can do to help your loved one be comfortable; and how you can prepare for these changes. (English) Colour

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English (264427), Punjabi (265844), Chinese - Simplified (266094), Chinese - Traditional (266095)

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264427
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Giving Medicines Using a Subcutaneous Butterfly (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Information on how to give medications using a subcutaneous butterfly. (English) Colour

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264535
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Preventing Constipation While on Opioids [English] Permalink Public

Opioids (sometimes called narcotics) are used to treat pain and shortness of breath. Opioids slow the movement of your bowels. This often causes constipation. Constipation can be prevented and managed by using laxatives regularly. (English) Colour

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Using a Pump at Home for Medication (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Your doctor has asked that you get your medication through a small needle under your skin. The sites are usually on your chest, arms, stomach, or upper part of the legs. The medicine will be given by a pump connected to the tubing. The pump has a computer that will give medication slowly and nonstop. (English) Colour

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265813
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Fentanyl Patches: How to use safely (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

This factsheet reviews the safe use of fentanyl patches including how and whereto apply, side effects, when to call for assistance, and safety tips. (English) Colour

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Looking after your ASEPT Abdominal Catheter at Home [English] Permalink Public

This booklet tells you about your ASEPT® Abdominal Catheter and how to care for it at home. Your Community Health nurse will help you to understand the information and how to care for the catheter. (English) Colour

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266725
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Looking after your ASEPT Chest Catheter at Home [English] Permalink Public

This booklet tells you about your ASEPT® Chest Catheter and how to care for it at home. Your Community Health nurse will help you to understand the information and how to care for the catheter. (English) Colour

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266726
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The Dementia Journey A Roadmap for Residents and their Families [English] Permalink Public

This brochure gives you a basic roadmap of the dementia journey. We hope this helps you to see and prepare for what is coming down the road. We know that every person’s journey will be different. You might see some of these changes or none of these. Dementia is a disease of the brain that gets worse over time. It causes problems with memory, thinking, and behaviour. Over time, dementia affect more than the brain, it affects the entire body. There is no cure. With dementia, knowing the journey can help you and your family know what to expect so you can plan ahead. If you have any questions, please ask us (English) Colour

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266003
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