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Nitrates in Well Water [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

What are nitrates? How do nitrates get into well water? How do I know if there are nitrates in my well water? What are the health risks of high nitrate levels? What should I do if there is a pregnant woman or baby in the household? How can I get my well water tested? What if my water is high in nitrates? Number 05a. (Chinese - Traditional)

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Urinary Catheter Care (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] 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 - Traditional) Colour

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Abdominal Pain (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] 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 - Traditional) Colour

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262840
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How to collect a ‘24 hour’ urine sample (Lower Mainland) [Chinese - Traditional] 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 - Traditional) Colour

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265249
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Living with a Kidney Transplant - Staying Healthy (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Looking after your overall health is essential to the health of your transplanted kidney. This sheet briefly outlines what you can do to keep you and your kidney healthy. It is especially important to look for signs of rejection or infection. (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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264068
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Kidney Stones (Renal Colic) (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] 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 - Traditional) Colour

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

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262127
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Nutrition and Exercise After a Kidney Transplant (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

With a transplanted kidney, it is very important that you take care of your health by eating healthy food and exercising. Keep your weight within a normal range for you. Here is some information about what you can do to keep yourself healthy. Available languages: English (262990), Traditional Chinese (264061), and Punjabi (264060). (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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Sun Safety After an Organ Transplant (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Skin cancers are the most common type of cancer for people who have had an organ transplant. In fact, any person with a solid organ transplant is much more likely to develop skin cancer than the general public. This risk is increased because of the medicine you must take to prevent your body from rejecting your transplanted organ. (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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