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Positional Foot Deformity: Foot Turned Upwards to the Shin [English] Permalink Public

This is a common foot condition in newborn babies. It usually happens when the baby does not have enough room in the womb to move its feet. When the baby is born, one or both of its feet is pushed up towards the shin and the front half of the foot is turned outwards. However, the foot is not fixed in this position. It can be gently moved into a normal position. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
264727
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Seniors' Falls Can Be Prevented factsheet [English] Permalink Public

HealthLinkBC Health File overview about preventing seniors falls use including risks, what I can do to lower my risk of falling at home and away from home. Number 78. (English)

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Giving Medicines Using a Subcutaneous Butterfly (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Information on how to give medications using a subcutaneous butterfly. (English) Colour

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264535
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Preventing Constipation While on Opioids in Palliative Care [English] Permalink Public

Opioids (sometimes called narcotics) are used to treat pain and shortness of breath in people who are receiving palliative care for a life-limiting illness. Opioids slow the movement of your bowels. This often causes constipation. Constipation can be prevented and managed by using laxatives regularly. (English) Colour

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264536
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Safe Disposal of Used Pain Patches at Home [English] Permalink Public

After use, pain patches still contain medicine (fentanyl) that can harm others. Learn how to safely remove and dispose of your pain patch at home to prevent harm to others. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
264649
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Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccines [English] Permalink Public

HealthLinkBC Health File information provides an overview about human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines including benefits, and possible reactions. Number 101b. (English)

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Urinary Catheter - Using a Separate Leg Bag + Night Bag [English] Permalink Public

Information on self care of your catheter and instructions on the care of drainage bags, including how to change and to clean your drainage bag. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
264357
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Urinary Catheter - Using a Combined Day-Night Bag [English] Permalink Public

Information on self care of your catheter and instructions on the care of drainage bags, including how to change and to clean your drainage bag. (English) Colour

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264358
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How to collect a stool sample (Lower Mainland) [English] Permalink Public

Description of what you need and how to collect a stool (poop) sample for Culture and Sensitivity, Ova and Parasites, and Electrolytes, pH, Fat, Porphryins. (English) Colour

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English (262646), Arabic (264425), Chinese - Simplified (264420), Chinese - Traditional (264426), Farsi (264424), French (264693), Korean (264423), Punjabi (264421), Vietnamese (264422)

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262646
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