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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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Broken Collarbone (Fractured Clavicle) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

You have a broken collarbone (fractured clavicle). The collarbone connects your breastbone to your shoulder blade. Together, these bones hold your arms in place. (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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264571
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Eye Drops: How to Put In (Child) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

​Your child's doctor prescribed eye drops for your child's eyes. Eye drops are medicine. This page explains how to give your child eye drops. Audio available. (Chinese - Traditional)

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http://www.aboutkidshealth.ca/En/HealthAZ/Multilin...

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Temperature Taking (Child) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Children often feel warm to the touch when they have a fever, but putting your hand to your child's forehead is not enough to find out if your child has a fever. To confirm that your child has a fever, use a thermometer to measure your child's body temperature. There are several ways to do this. Audio available. (Chinese - Traditional)

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Angina Chest Pain (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

We have determined that your chest pain is coming from your heart. This is called angina (sounds like ann-j-eye-na). Angina is caused by not enough oxygen getting to your heart muscle. (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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262945
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Chest Pain - Non-Cardiac (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Pain in your chest can be scary but is does not always mean you are having a heart attack. We have done some tests and determined your chest pain is not coming from your heart. (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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262914
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Vomiting (Child) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

Vomiting (throwing up) happens when very strong stomach contractions force a large part of the stomach contents back up the swallowing tube (esophagus) and out through the mouth or nose. It is usually caused by a minor illness. Vomiting is not the same as regurgitation. Regurgitation is the effortless spitting up of a small amount of food or liquid. Food goes up the swallowing tube and into the mouth. Regurgitation is very common in babies. It is not harmful. Audio available. (Chinese - Traditional)

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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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General Anaesthesia (Child) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

General anaesthesia (say: an-iss-THEES-ee-a) is a mix of medicines that helps your child fall into a deep sleep. This means your child will not feel pain or remember the operation. General anaesthesia may be used when your child has an operation, test, or treatment. This information will help you and your child prepare for general anaesthesia. Please read this information carefully and explain it to your child, using words he or she can understand. Knowing what to expect will help your child feel less nervous. You can also contact the pre-anaesthesia clinic to help you and your child prepare.Audio available. (Chinese - Traditional)

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Heart Palpitations (Fraser Health) [Chinese - Traditional] Permalink Public

A heart palpitation (sounds like pal-pih-tay-shun) is when your heart feels like it is pounding, racing, or fluttering. You might feel like your heart has skipped a beat or added an extra beat. You might feel overly aware of your heartbeat. These feelings or sensation can sometimes be felt in your chest, neck, or throat. While you are having palpitations, your heart rhythm may or may not be abnormal. (Chinese - Traditional) Colour

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English (253987), Vietnamese (264337), Chinese - Simplified (264336), Arabic (264338), Punjabi (262159), Farsi (262161), Korean (262160), Chinese - Traditional (262158)

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262158
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