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Butting Out For Safer Surgery [English] Permalink Public

The longer you go without smoking before surgery, the greater the benefits and the less chances of complications after surgery. This pamphlet explains how smoking can affect your recovery, the advantages of quitting, and the free services available to help you quit smoking. (English) Black & White

Catalogue Number:
265982
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Colorectal Stent Placement (Lower Mainland) [English] Permalink Public

A colorectal stent is placed to open the bowel where there is a narrowing or blockage. An interventional radiologist does the procedure. This doctor specializes in image-guided procedures and uses fluoroscopy for this procedure. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
267153
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Microwave Ablation: Lung (Lower Mainland) [English] Permalink Public

Microwaves are used to heat and destroy lung tumours, either benign or cancer. An interventional radiologist does the procedure. This doctor specializes in image-guided procedures and often uses CT scanning for this procedure. (English) Colour

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267151
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Preparing for Heart Surgery - Admit the Day Before Surgery (Royal Columbian Hospital) [English] Permalink Public

For people scheduled for heart surgery and coming into the hospital the day before the surgery. Brief instructions on where to go, what to bring, location after surgery and hospital accommodation. A supplement to Your Heart Surgery Journey booklet. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
258141
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Keep Your Move in the Tube [English] Permalink Public

Keep Your Move in the Tube is a way to move that helps you protect your breastbone (sternum) while it heals. It helps you move safely as you build up strength and recover from chest surgery. (English) Colour

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English (266804), Chinese - Simplified (267583), Punjabi (267584)

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266804
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Keep Your Move in the Tube [Chinese - Simplified] Permalink Public

Keep Your Move in the Tube is a way to move that helps you protect your breastbone (sternum) while it heals. It helps you move safely as you build up strength and recover from chest surgery. (Chinese - Simplified) Colour

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English (266804), Chinese - Simplified (267583), Punjabi (267584)

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267583
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This catalogue serves the people using Fraser Health programs and services in communities from Burnaby east to Hope and surrounding areas.

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