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Welcome to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre) [English] Permalink Public

We hope this booklet helps you become more familiar with our unit. It gives you information about visiting, services available, how you can take part in your babies care, getting ready to bring baby home. (English) Colour

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English (255681), Punjabi (267239)

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255681
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Welcome to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre) [Punjabi] Permalink Public

We hope this booklet helps you become more familiar with our unit. It gives you information about visiting, services available, how you can take part in your babies care, getting ready to bring baby home. (Punjabi) Colour

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English (255681), Punjabi (267239)

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267239
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Taking Medications after an Organ Transplant (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

You will have learned a lot about your medications while in the hospital. This sheet is meant to summarize important points about taking your medications. You are taking medications to help keep your transplanted organ working well and to keep you healthy. When you take all your medications as directed, you give yourself the best chance of having a healthy transplanted organ for a long time. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
264124
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Exercises for Your Fistula [English] Permalink Public

This fact sheet provides three different exercises to strengthen the muscles and veins in your arm in order to make your fistula easier to see and use. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
255745
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ERCP - After Your Procedure (Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre) [English] Permalink Public

ERCP is short for Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio-Pancreatography. This is a test designed to image and to treat disorders of the liver, bile ducts, and pancreas. This factsheet provides information on what to do at home if you feel discomfort and when to seek immediate medical attention. (English) Black & White

Catalogue Number:
262554
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Cast or Splint Care (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

A cast or splint supports and protects an injured part of your body. The cast or splint keeps the injured area from moving, so it can heal faster. How long you need the cast or splint depends on the type of injury. (English) Colour

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English (254319), Chinese - Traditional (262791), Chinese - Simplified (262790), Punjabi (262788), Vietnamese (262800), Arabic (262787), Korean (262799), Farsi (262789)

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254319
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Keep Your Move in the Tube [English] Permalink Public

Keep Your Move in the Tube is a way to move that helps you protect your breastbone (sternum) while it heals. It helps you move safely as you build up strength and recover from chest surgery. (English) Colour

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English (266804), Chinese - Simplified (267583), Punjabi (267584)

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266804
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Closing Your Incision with DERMABOND PRINEO (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

This is a special way of closing the skin after surgery. This System uses a mix of a mesh and skin glue. It forms a flexible, see-through seal over your incision. It holds the skin edges of your incision together without stitches (sutures) or clips. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
266803
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Care of Your Fistula or Graft [English] Permalink Public

Caring for your fistula or graft is an important part of a kidney patient's disease management. This pamphlet provides information on keeping one's fistula/graft clean, and what to do before and after dialysis. (English)

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Clean Air for My Child and Me (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

The smoke from one cigarette can stay in a room for hours, even if a window is open. Many of the toxic chemicals remain in the air as well as in the carpets, curtains, furniture, and clothes. Because babies and children crawl on the floor and place their hands in their mouth, they are exposed to more second-hand smoke chemicals than adults. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
255473
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