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Hives (Child) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Hives are raised, itchy, red bumps (swellings) on the skin. They can be of different sizes and can appear anywhere on your child’s body. This factsheet provides an overview on hives including symptoms, causes, and when to seek medical assistance. Audio available. (Chinese - Traditional)

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Wildfire Smoke [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Some people are especially sensitive to the health effects of wildfire smoke. Older adults, infants and young children, people who are pregnant, and people with chronic health conditions should take extra care. This describes the effects of wildfire smoke and ways to reduce your exposure. (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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Following the Insertion of a Heart Device (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Care After the Insertion of a Heart Device Pacemaker, Implantable Cardiac Defibrillator (ICD), Loop Recorder, or Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy.This brochure includes information about how to care for yourself after your procedure, including care at home, resuming activity, when to make follow up appointments and when to call for help. (Chinese - Traditional) Black & White

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Finding a Donor [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Finding a living donor at an early stage of your kidney disease may allow you to avoid dialysis completely. Without a living donor, you must be on dialysis before you are placed on the transplant wait list. Waiting for a kidney transplant from a deceased donor may take many years. (Chinese - Traditional)

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Talking to Children About Medical Assistance in Dying [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Many parents and caregivers wonder how best to talk to their children about death and dying. It can be especially challenging when someone in their life chooses Medical Assistance in Dying or MAiD. While every family has their own way of talking with each other, use this as a guide to help you talk to your children. (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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266810
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Vertigo (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Vertigo (sounds like ‘ver-tee-go’) is commonly called ‘Dizziness’. It can be a feeling of being light-headed or feeling faint. It can also be a feeling of spinning, whirling, or the room around you spinning. Vertigo can make it hard to stand or walk and you may feel off balance. It can also make you feel sick to your stomach (nauseated). (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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Herpangina and Hand-Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Child) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Herpangina is an infection caused by a virus. It causes small red spots to appear at the back of the mouth. These spots then become little fluid-filled sacs (vesicles) that quickly pop, leaving small ulcers or sores. The ulcers are very small, only about 2 to 4 millimetres wide (about 1/8 of an inch). They can be very painful and may cause your child to refuse food and water. Audio available. (Chinese - Traditional)

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Ectopic Pregnancy and Methotrexate (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

The most common place for an ectopic pregnancy is in a fallopian tube. If the pregnancy continues to grow here, the tiny fallopian tube can burst open. A burst fallopian tube results in serious and possibly life-threatening internal bleeding. To protect you, the ectopic pregnancy must be ended. Consulting with a specialist (an obstetrician/gynecologist), we have given you a medication called ‘methotrexate’ to end your ectopic pregnancy. This medication usually stops the growth of the pregnancy. (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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Cardiac resynchronization Therapy (CRT) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) is a small electronic device used to treat heart failure. It delivers tiny amounts of electrical impulses to the heart causing both ventricles to pump together in a coordinated way. There are 2 types of these devices: a CRT pacemaker (CRT-P) and a CRT defibrillator (CRT-D). Both can send an electrical impulse to your heart, triggering a heartbeat when needed. A CRT-D can also deliver a life-saving shock to return the heart rhythm back to normal. (Chinese - Traditional)

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PICC (Child) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

A PICC is used in some children who need IV therapy for a long period of time. IV therapy means medicine that is put into the vein. Frequent needle insertions can be painful and can damage children's veins, so a PICC may be the best way for some children to receive medicines and IV fluids or to have blood samples taken. An interventional radiologist or a nurse will insert your child's PICC in the Image Guided Therapy (IGT) department. An interventional radiologist is a doctor who use special viewing equipment such as X-rays, ultrasound, or computed tomography (CT) scans to perform procedures that may have required traditional surgery in the past. Audio available. (Chinese - Traditional)

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