Search Results

Showing 21 to 30 of 43 for search: feeding your baby


Mononucleosis (Adult) [English] Permalink Public

Mononucleosis (Mono) is an infection caused by the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). The virus spreads through your saliva (your spit). This is why you might hear it called the ‘kissing disease’. (English) Colour

Other Languages (See All Related)

English (254308), Arabic (264714), Chinese - Traditional (262143), Chinese - Simplified (264715), Korean (264716), Farsi (264717), Punjabi (262144), Vietnamese (264718)

Catalogue Number:
254308
More Detail
Share
Feedback

Online Resource for Early Childhood Development (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Here are some resources about caring for your child’s health. Read about keeping your child healthy and safe. Learn how their eyes, teeth, gums, hearing, and communicating change as they grow. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
267291
More Detail
Share
Feedback

COVID-19: Vaccine Information for Children (5 to 11 years old) [English] Permalink Public

Answers to frequently asked questions. How to prepare your child for their vaccine appointment. (English)

URL:
http://www.bccdc.ca/Health-Info-Site/Documents/COV...

More Detail
Share
Feedback

Coronavirus Disease COVID-19 [English] Permalink Public

Find information about COVID-19, how to protect yourself, your family and your community. Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an illness caused by a coronavirus. COVID-19 has spread worldwide, including to British Columbia, and has been declared a global pandemic. (English)

URL:
https://www.healthlinkbc.ca/sites/default/files/do...

Other Languages (See All Related)

English, Arabic, Chinese - Traditional, Farsi, French, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Punjabi, Spanish, Tagalog, Vietnamese, Chinese - Simplified, Russian, Tigrinya, Ukrainian

More Detail
Share
Feedback

Spleen Surgery (Splenectomy) (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Description of surgery to remove spleen and post operative information, recovery at home.You are having surgery (an operation) to remove your spleen. The spleen sits under your ribs on the upper left side of your abdomen. This organ filters blood, removing old or damaged red blood cells. It also helps fight infection. Replaces catalogue #265485 For more information about living without a spleen, see "How to Stay Healthy Without a Spleen" (#266397) (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
265602
More Detail
Share
Feedback

Fever and Pain in Children After a Procedure (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

After a procedure, your child might have pain or a fever. You can give medicines without a prescription (over the counter) to help your child feel more comfortable or bring down their fever. Use this sheet to keep track of what medicine you give, what time you give it, and how much. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
266509
More Detail
Share
Feedback

Ultrasound-guided Breast Biopsy in the Breast Health Clinic [English] Permalink Public

You need a biopsy if you have a lump or other change in your breast, or if you have a recent mammogram or ultrasound showing a change in your breast tissue. Many tissue changes are harmless, but we want to make sure the change is normal. The only way to be sure your breast is healthy is to remove a small piece of tissue, called a biopsy (sounds like bye-op-see). This pamphlet gives you information on where and when the biopsy is done, how to prepare, what to expect, how to care for yourself afterwards, and when to get help. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
262533
More Detail
Share
Feedback

Showing 21 to 30 of 43 for search: feeding your baby

About Fraser Health Patient Education

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

Our goal is to provide you with reliable information in a way that you can find what you need, understand what you find, and use it to make decisions about your health.

Contact

Patient Education
Professional Practice
Fraser Health
#400, 13450 102nd Ave.
Surrey, BC  V3T 0H1


Go to fraserhealth.ca

You are using an outdated and possibly insecure browser. For full site functionality, please upgrade.