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Talking About Your Illness With Your Health Care Team [English] Permalink Public

Talking about your illness with your health care team will help them understand what is important to you. It will also help them support you and your decisions. You can use the words in this guide, or use your own words – whatever is easier for you. (English) Colour

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English (265985), Punjabi (266373), Chinese - Simplified (266374)

Catalogue Number:
265985
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Talking About Your Illness With Your Health Care Team [Punjabi] Permalink Public

Talking about your illness with your health care team will help them understand what is important to you. It will also help them support you and your decisions. You can use the words in this guide, or use your own words – whatever is easier for you. (Punjabi) Colour

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English (265985), Punjabi (266373), Chinese - Simplified (266374)

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266373
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Talking About Your Illness With Your Health Care Team [Chinese - Simplified] Permalink Public

Talking about your illness with your health care team will help them understand what is important to you. It will also help them support you and your decisions. You can use the words in this guide, or use your own words – whatever is easier for you. (Chinese - Simplified) Colour

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English (265985), Punjabi (266373), Chinese - Simplified (266374)

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266374
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Looking after your ASEPT Abdominal Catheter at Home [English] Permalink Public

This booklet tells you about your ASEPT® Abdominal Catheter and how to care for it at home. Your Community Health nurse will help you to understand the information and how to care for the catheter. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
266725
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Looking after your ASEPT Chest Catheter at Home [English] Permalink Public

This booklet tells you about your ASEPT® Chest Catheter and how to care for it at home. Your Community Health nurse will help you to understand the information and how to care for the catheter. (English) Colour

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266726
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Helpful Hospice Resources for You and Your Family (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Helpful resources (including websites and local Hospice Societies) to support patients and their families needing hospice/palliative care. Also part of the "Care at Home" Palliative Care Binder. (English) Colour

This factsheet is part of combined factsheet (267092). Individual information sheets: Helpful Hospice Resources for You and Your Family (262611), BC Palliative Care Benefits, Tools for Coping with Serious Illness (267079), Care at Home: Home Medication List (252003), Transport Options - Community (267101).

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262611
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Using a Pump at Home for Medication (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Your doctor has asked that you get your medication through a small needle under your skin. The sites are usually on your chest, arms, stomach, or upper part of the legs. The medicine will be given by a pump connected to the tubing. The pump has a computer that will give medication slowly and nonstop. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
265813
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Care at Home: Home Medication List [English] Permalink Public

Use this sheet to keep track of your medicines. Also part of the "Care at Home" Palliative Care Binder. (English) Colour

This factsheet is part of combined factsheet (267092). Individual information sheets: Helpful Hospice Resources for You and Your Family (262611), BC Palliative Care Benefits, Tools for Coping with Serious Illness (267079), Care at Home: Home Medication List (252003), Transport Options - Community (267101).

Catalogue Number:
252003
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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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Preventing Constipation While on Opioids [English] Permalink Public

Opioids (sometimes called narcotics) are used to treat pain and shortness of breath. 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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