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Laparoscopic Urology Surgery (Eagle Ridge Hospital) [English] Permalink Public

This booklet gives you a brief overview of laparoscopic urologic surgery doen at Eagle Ridge Hospital, what to expect and how to care for yourself at home afterwards. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
264399
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In an Emergency or Disaster - Peritoneal Dialysis (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

An emergency manual for Peritoneal Dialysis (PD) patients during emergency situations when power and clean water is not accessible for their treatment. It lays out ideas and things to consider on how to handle the first several days of a emergency. Steps on how to do manual continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
265370
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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)

Catalogue Number:
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)

Catalogue Number:
251612
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Adrenal Surgery (Adrenalectomy) (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Patient education when having surgery to remove adrenal gland(s). Adrenal glands are two small organs. Each one sits above each kidney, they produce hormones that affect your body in many ways (such as stress hormones and hormones that help control blood pressure and water balance in the body). An adrenal gland is usually removed because of a growth (tumour) that could be cancer or not (benign).Replaces catalogue #265482 (English) Black & White

Catalogue Number:
265586
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TransUrethral Resection for a Bladder Tumour (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Information booklet on your surgery and recovery at home after having bladder tumour surgery. You are having surgery (an operation) to remove a tumour from the inside wall of your bladder. You might hear the surgery called a TURBT (say ter-bit). Replaces #265738 (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
265737
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Kidney Removal Surgery (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Information booklet on your surgery and recovery at home after having kidney removal surgery (Nephrectomy). You are having surgery (an operation) to remove all or part of one of your kidneys (partial or total nephrectomy) or remove a kidney and the attached ureter (nephro-ureterectomy). Replaces #265734 (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
265733
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Frequently Asked Questions about Stopping Dialysis Treatment [English] Permalink Public

‎For any patient on dialysis, there may come a time when he or she may feel that dialysis no longer improves their quality of life or meets their personal and health care goals. If this happens, the patient has the right to discontinue dialysis treatments and opt for conservative care. This booklet describes what to consider. (English)

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