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How to Feed Your Growing Child Ages 2 to 5 [Korean] Permalink Public

Offers information to caregivers on the best practice in feeding children ages 2 to 5. Easy-to-read recommendations are provided on the types and the amount of food to offer, as well as tips on the optimal feeding relationship and food safety. (Korean) Colour

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Arabic (264625), Korean (264627), Vietnamese (264629), Tagalog (264626), Punjabi (264628), English (264630), Chinese - Traditional (264706), Spanish (264707)

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264627
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Breast Cancer Surgery - Day Surgery (Surrey Memorial Hospital, Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre) [Korean] Permalink Public

This booklet describes the various types of breast cancer surgery, how to prepare yourself before surgery, what happens after surgery, and how to care for yourself at home. Various breast cancer resources and support services are provided. (Korean) Colour

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English (253898), Chinese - Traditional (264932), Korean (264933), Punjabi (264934)

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264933
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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)

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264982
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My Rehab Journey (Fraser Health) [Korean] Permalink Public

The sheet helps you plan for your recovery. You can create personal goals, keep notes on medical appointments, and track your successes throughout your rehabilitation journey. (Korean) Colour

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Punjabi (265519), Arabic (265520), Farsi (265521), Chinese - Simplified (265522), Chinese - Traditional (265523), Korean (265524)

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265524
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Thickened Fluids (Fraser Health) [Korean] Permalink Public

Describes what dysphagia is, identifies which fluid thickness is safest, and how to thicken fluids. The dietitian provides the amount of thickened fluids needed each day.(Given in consultation with a dietitian) (Korean) Colour

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English (265449), Tagalog (265560), Punjabi (265554), Italian (265559), Korean (265558), Vietnamese (265555), Chinese - Simplified (265557), Chinese - Traditional (265556)

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265558
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Inserting Your Own Urinary Catheter - Self-Catheterization Instructions for Women (Fraser Health) [Korean] 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. (Korean) 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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265624
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Inserting Your Own Urinary Catheter - Self-Catheterization Instructions for Men (Fraser Health) [Korean] 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. (Korean) Colour

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

Catalogue Number:
265630
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Dysphagia Puree Diet (Fraser Health) [Korean] Permalink Public

Describes what dysphagia is, identifies what foods are safest, how to make swallowing easier, foods to choose and foods to avoid. (Given in consultation with a dietitian) (Korean) Colour

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English (265446), Punjabi (265837), Vietnamese (265838), Chinese - Traditional (265839), Chinese - Simplified (265840), Korean (265841), Japanese (265842), Italian (265843)

Catalogue Number:
265841
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Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy (Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre, Royal Columbian Hospital, Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre) [Korean] Permalink Public

The information provided here will answer some of your questions and give you tips on what you can do to help yourself. (Korean) Colour

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English (257208), Korean (265847), Punjabi (265848), Chinese - Simplified (265849)

Catalogue Number:
265847
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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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