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Caring for Your Urinary Catheter at Home (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Simplified] Permalink Public

You have a urinary catheter. It drains urine from your bladder into a bag through a tube. A small, water-filled balloon at the end of the tube holds it inside your bladder. The tube is connected to a bag for the urine to drain into. Having a urinary catheter can put you at risk of getting an infection. It is important to read and understand this information so you can lessen the chances of getting an infection. (Chinese - Simplified) Colour

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English (251613), Punjabi (265615), Chinese - Simplified (265616), Vietnamese (265617), Korean (265618), Arabic (265619), Farsi (265620), French (265682)

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265616
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Inserting Your Own Urinary Catheter - Self-Catheterization Instructions for Women (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Simplified] 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. (Chinese - Simplified) 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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265622
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Inserting Your Own Urinary Catheter - Self-Catheterization Instructions for Men (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Simplified] 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. (Chinese - Simplified) Colour

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

Catalogue Number:
265628
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Caring for Your Urinary Bag at Home - 1 Bag System (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Simplified] Permalink Public

You have a urinary catheter attached to a urinary bag (drainage bag). This informs you about types of urinary bags, when to change your urinary bag, and care at home. (Chinese - Simplified) Colour

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English (265508), French (265685), Vietnamese (265635), Arabic (265637), Punjabi (265633), Korean (265636), Chinese - Simplified (265634), Farsi (265638)

Catalogue Number:
265634
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Caring for Your Urinary Bag at Home - 2 Bag System (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Simplified] Permalink Public

You have a urinary catheter attached to a urinary bag (drainage bag). This informs you about types of urinary bags, when to change your urinary bag, and care at home. How to change from leg bag to night bag and back, and cleaning the used bag. (Chinese - Simplified) Colour

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English (265509), Punjabi (265639), Chinese - Simplified (265640), Vietnamese (265641), Korean (265642), Arabic (265643), Farsi (265644), French (265686)

Catalogue Number:
265640
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Urinary Catheter Care (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Simplified] Permalink Public

A urinary catheter is a germ-free (or sterile) tube that goes through your urethra into your bladder. Your urinary catheter allows for urine drainage from your bladder. A small balloon on one end of the tube holds it inside your bladder. (Chinese - Simplified) Colour

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English (254311), Chinese - Traditional (262195), Chinese - Simplified (262813), Punjabi (262814), Vietnamese (262815), Arabic (262816), Korean (262817), Farsi (262818)

Catalogue Number:
262813
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Abdominal Pain (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Simplified] Permalink 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. (Chinese - Simplified) Colour

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English (254290), Chinese - Traditional (262840), Chinese - Simplified (262841), Punjabi (262842), Vietnamese (262843), Arabic (262844), Korean (254410), Farsi (262845)

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262841
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How to collect a ‘24 hour’ urine sample (Lower Mainland) [Chinese - Simplified] Permalink Public

This test is used to check how your kidneys are working. You collect all your urine (pee) over a 24-hour period. (Chinese - Simplified) Colour

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English (264690), Arabic (265248), Chinese - Traditional (265249), Chinese - Simplified (265250), French (265251), Korean (265252), Farsi (265253), Punjabi (265254), Vietnamese (265255)

Catalogue Number:
265250
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Kidney Stones (Renal Colic) (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Simplified] Permalink Public

Kidney stones are made of minerals and salts that stick together and form crystals in your urine. The stones can be as small as a grain of sand or as large as a marble. Some are smooth, but most are jagged. The stones can stay in your kidney or move out of your body when you urinate. Most stones pass out of the body without any need to see a doctor. (Chinese - Simplified) Colour

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English (254257), Chinese - Traditional (262127), Chinese - Simplified (262933), Punjabi (262128), Vietnamese (262934), Arabic (262935), Korean (262129), Farsi (262936)

Catalogue Number:
262933
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