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Lumbar Surgery - Your Surgery & Recovery at Home (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Simplified] Permalink Public

This surgery is usually done to relieve pressure on the spinal nerves or the spinal cord. This could be caused by a bulging disc, a narrowing of the spinal canal, worn out or injured disc(s), a tumour, a broken vertebra. (Chinese - Simplified) Colour

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English (265799), Chinese - Simplified (266517), Chinese - Traditional (266516), Punjabi (266515)

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266517
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Keep Your Skin Healthy: What you Can Do (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Simplified] Permalink Public

Information to keep your skin healthy including nutrition, activity, when to ask for help, positioning your body, risks, and skin care. (Chinese - Simplified) Colour

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English (262726), Punjabi (265540), Chinese - Traditional (265541), Chinese - Simplified (265542), Hindi (265543), Korean (265544), Arabic (265545)

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265542
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RSV - How to Protect Your Infant from Infection (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Simplified] Permalink Public

This is a one page handout to provide parents of infants in the NICU in order to educated them on what RSV is and how to protect their infant from an RSV infection. (Chinese - Simplified) Colour

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264027
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After your Transfusion: What to watch out for [Chinese - Simplified] Permalink Public

You had a transfusion today. Sometimes, people have a reaction soon after leaving the hospital, or up to 14 days later. With this in mind, you should know what to watch for and when to get help. (Chinese - Simplified) Colour

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English (267276), Chinese - Simplified (267281), Chinese - Traditional (267282), Punjabi (267277), Korean (267284), Spanish (267280), Tigrinya (267279), Vietnamese (267283), Arabic (267278)

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267281
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Your Guide to Reducing Falls and Related Injuries - Acute (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Simplified] Permalink Public

As a patient in the hospital, you are at risk for falling. Here are some ways you, your family, and friends can help reduce your risk of falling and getting hurt. (Chinese - Simplified) Colour

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265807
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Talking About Your Illness with Loved Ones and Caregivers (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Simplified] Permalink Public

Talking about your illness with friends and family may not be easy, but it will help them understand what is important to you. It will also help them support you and your decisions. (Chinese - Simplified) Colour

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English (265583), Chinese - Simplified (266372), Punjabi (266371)

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266372
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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)

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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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