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Nosebleed (Fraser Health) [Korean] Public

Many small blood vessels line the inside of your nose. Their job is to help warm and moisten the air you breathe. These blood vessels can break and bleed. The most common kind of nosebleed is from the front of the nose. (Korean) Colour

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262154
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Concussion (Minor Head Injury) in Adults (Fraser Health) [Korean] Public

A head injury results from a direct blow to the head that causes shaking and jarring of the brain. If the blow is hard enough to injure the brain, it is called a concussion. (Korean) Colour

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262804
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Before AND After Procedural Sedation (Adult) (Fraser Health) [Korean] Public

We gave you medicines so we could do a test or procedure without you feeling pain. This is called ‘sedation’. The medicines will make you feel sleepy, dizzy, faint, clumsy, or unsteady. It can also cause you to not think clearly. (Korean) Colour

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262831
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Abdominal Pain (Fraser Health) [Korean] Public

Your abdomen extends from below your chest to your groin. Some people call it the stomach, but your abdomen contains many other important organs. Pain in the abdomen can come from any one of these organs. The pain may start somewhere else, such as your chest. Severe pain does not always mean it is a serious problem. However, mild pain does not always mean the problem is not serious. (Korean) Colour

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254410
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Vomiting or Diarrhea (Adult) (Fraser Health) [Korean] Public

There are many reasons why a person throws up or vomits. The most common reason is from a stomach virus (which is often called the ‘stomach flu’ by mistake – The real flu usually doesn’t cause vomiting). (Korean) Colour

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Catalogue Number:
262206
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Dehydration (Adult) (Fraser Health) [Korean] Public

Your body needs water to work properly. Water keeps your blood flow easily around your body and to your body organs such as your heart and brain. Dehydration (sounds like dee-hi-dray-shun) is when your body does not have enough water. (Korean) Colour

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262912
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Chest Pain - Non-Cardiac (Fraser Health) [Korean] Public

Pain in your chest can be scary but is does not always mean you are having a heart attack. We have done some tests and determined your chest pain is not coming from your heart. (Korean) Colour

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Catalogue Number:
262919
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Cellulitis (Fraser Health) [Korean] Public

You have an infection of the deepest layer of your skin. This is called cellulitis (sounds like sell-u-li-tis). It is usually caused by bacteria. (Korean) Colour

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262931
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Angina Chest Pain (Fraser Health) [Korean] Public

We have determined that your chest pain is coming from your heart. This is called angina (sounds like ann-j-eye-na). Angina is caused by not enough oxygen getting to your heart muscle. (Korean) Colour

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254406
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Asthma (Adult) (Fraser Health) [Korean] Public

Asthma (sounds like az-muh) is when the airways (or breathing tubes) in your lungs become swollen and irritated. This makes it difficult to breathe. (Korean) Colour

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Catalogue Number:
254409
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