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Living Well with Chronic Obstructed Pulmonary Disease - Summary Guide [English] Permalink Public

Anatomy and Physiology of COPD, Smoking and Lung Function, Factors that Can Make Symptoms Worse, Medications, Inhalation Techniques, Breathing Techniques, Positions to Reduce SOB, Coughing Techniques, Energy Conservation Principles, Stress Management, Relaxation Techniques, Healthy Lifestyle, Your Plan of Action. (English)

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255761
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ElectroConvulsive Therapy (ECT) (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

This treatment uses a small amount of electricity to produce a carefully controlled seizure in the brain. While we don’t know exactly how it works, the seizures change the chemicals in the brain, helping it to return to normal function. ECT is most often used to treat severe depression. It might be used when other treatments have not worked or when a mental illness needs to be treated right away. (English) Colour

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English (267176), Arabic (264979), Chinese - Traditional (264980), Chinese - Simplified (264981), Korean (264982), Farsi (264983), Punjabi (264984), Vietnamese (264985), French (265742)

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267176
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Inserting Your Own Urinary Catheter - Self-Catheterization Instructions for Men (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Your family practitioner (family doctor or nurse practitioner) has told you that your bladder can not completely empty urine on its own. Because of this, you will need to learn how to drain the urine from your bladder to keep it from getting too full. We call this ‘Self-Catheterization’. The reason we want you to drain urine from your bladder regularly is to keep your kidneys and bladder healthy. It also decreases the chance of you getting a bladder or kidney infection. (English) Colour

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English (251611), Punjabi (265627), Chinese - Simplified (265628), Vietnamese (265629), Korean (265630), Arabic (265631), Farsi (265632), French (265684)

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251611
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Inserting Your Own Urinary Catheter - Self-Catheterization Instructions for Women (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Your family practitioner (family doctor or nurse practitioner) has told you that your bladder can not completely empty urine on its own. Because of this, you will need to learn how to drain the urine from your bladder to keep it from getting too full. We call this ‘Self-Catheterization’. The reason we want you to drain urine from your bladder regularly is to keep your kidneys and bladder healthy. It also decreases the chance of you getting a bladder or kidney infection. (English) Colour

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English (251612), Punjabi (265621), Chinese - Simplified (265622), Vietnamese (265623), Korean (265624), Arabic (265625), Farsi (265626), French (265683)

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251612
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Added Care or Service from Outside Providers (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Guidelines for Hiring Independent Service Providers to work in Fraser Health Facilities. We provide everyone in our care with the health care they need. Sometimes, though, a person wants added care or services that we do not offer. This pamphlet explains the responsibilities involved and the steps for requesting an Independent Service Provider. (English) Colour

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266559
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ElectroConvulsive Therapy (ECT) (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

This treatment uses a small amount of electricity to produce a carefully controlled seizure in the brain. While we don’t know exactly how it works, the seizures change the chemicals in the brain, helping it to return to normal function. ECT is most often used to treat severe depression. It might be used when other treatments have not worked or when a mental illness needs to be treated right away. (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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English (267176), Arabic (264979), Chinese - Traditional (264980), Chinese - Simplified (264981), Korean (264982), Farsi (264983), Punjabi (264984), Vietnamese (264985), French (265742)

Catalogue Number:
264980
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ElectroConvulsive Therapy (ECT) (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Simplified] Permalink Public

This treatment uses a small amount of electricity to produce a carefully controlled seizure in the brain. While we don’t know exactly how it works, the seizures change the chemicals in the brain, helping it to return to normal function. ECT is most often used to treat severe depression. It might be used when other treatments have not worked or when a mental illness needs to be treated right away. (Chinese - Simplified) Colour

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English (267176), Arabic (264979), Chinese - Traditional (264980), Chinese - Simplified (264981), Korean (264982), Farsi (264983), Punjabi (264984), Vietnamese (264985), French (265742)

Catalogue Number:
264981
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ElectroConvulsive Therapy (ECT) (Fraser Health) [Korean] Permalink Public

This treatment uses a small amount of electricity to produce a carefully controlled seizure in the brain. While we don’t know exactly how it works, the seizures change the chemicals in the brain, helping it to return to normal function. ECT is most often used to treat severe depression. It might be used when other treatments have not worked or when a mental illness needs to be treated right away. (Korean) Colour

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English (267176), Arabic (264979), Chinese - Traditional (264980), Chinese - Simplified (264981), Korean (264982), Farsi (264983), Punjabi (264984), Vietnamese (264985), French (265742)

Catalogue Number:
264982
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ElectroConvulsive Therapy (ECT) (Fraser Health) [Farsi] Permalink Public

This treatment uses a small amount of electricity to produce a carefully controlled seizure in the brain. While we don’t know exactly how it works, the seizures change the chemicals in the brain, helping it to return to normal function. ECT is most often used to treat severe depression. It might be used when other treatments have not worked or when a mental illness needs to be treated right away. (Farsi) Colour

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English (267176), Arabic (264979), Chinese - Traditional (264980), Chinese - Simplified (264981), Korean (264982), Farsi (264983), Punjabi (264984), Vietnamese (264985), French (265742)

Catalogue Number:
264983
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ElectroConvulsive Therapy (ECT) (Fraser Health) [Punjabi] Permalink Public

This treatment uses a small amount of electricity to produce a carefully controlled seizure in the brain. While we don’t know exactly how it works, the seizures change the chemicals in the brain, helping it to return to normal function. ECT is most often used to treat severe depression. It might be used when other treatments have not worked or when a mental illness needs to be treated right away. (Punjabi) Colour

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English (267176), Arabic (264979), Chinese - Traditional (264980), Chinese - Simplified (264981), Korean (264982), Farsi (264983), Punjabi (264984), Vietnamese (264985), French (265742)

Catalogue Number:
264984
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