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Abdominal or vaginal hysterectomy - discharge instructions (Providence Health Care Group)
Instructions for patients who have had an operation or procedure to remove the uterus through an incision in the abdomen or by means of entry through the vagina, with advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(63.95kB),

Abdominal or vaginal hysterectomy - discharge instructions - FHA
Postoperative information following vaginal and abdominal hysterectomies (removal of the uterus or womb) and repairs.
Available languages: Punjabi(231.49kB),

About epidurals during labour
What is an epidural, why is it useful in childbirth, what are the complications of having it? These and other answers to common questions about using this type of pain relief or anesthesia during labor and delivery.
Available languages: Punjabi(86.09kB),

ACE inhibitors - FHA
A description of what ACE inhibitors (Inhibacec, Capoten, Vastotec, Monopril, Zestril, Prinivil, Accupril, Altace, Lotensin, Coversyl) are, how to take them, and special instructions, side effects, and precautions to note while taking these medications.
Available languages: Punjabi(282.3kB),

Adenoidectomy - tonsillectomy postoperative instructions
How to take care of a patient who has had their tonsils removed, or had their tonsils and adenoids removed, including signs and symptoms to watch for and when to seek medical attention.
Available languages: Punjabi(59.07kB),

After Bladder Surgery (TUR)
Describes how a scope is inserted into the urethra and the bladder tumour removed. Details what to do and what not to do after surgery. Notes possible after effects, such as pain, burning, and blood-tinged urine.
Available languages: Punjabi(59.22kB),

After cataract removal with intraocular implant - Ambulatory Care
Instructions for patient care after removal of a cataract and insertion of a lens into the eye.
Available languages: Punjabi(150.81kB),

Ambulatory Day Care Bronchoscopy Information - FHA
Information regarding what to expect during and after an endoscopic examination of the breathing channels and lungs.
Available languages: Punjabi(235.47kB),

Ambulatory Day Care Dilatation and Curettage (D&C) Information - FHA
What to expect before and after a procedure to examine and/or remove the contents of the uterus (womb).
Available languages: Punjabi(247.26kB),

Angiogram Discharge Instructions - FHA
Information for outpatients regarding what to expect following an examination of the heart blood vessels (arteriogram).
Available languages: Punjabi(75.49kB),

Angiogram Preparation Instructions - FHA
Information for outpatients about how to prepare for an examination of the heart.
Available languages: Punjabi(305.18kB),

Angiography Patient Information (General) - FHA
A brochure describing angiography (angiogram, arteriogram), its purpose, the methods and equipment used, and what to expect during this type of procedure.
Available languages: Punjabi(298.79kB),

Antibiotic resistant bacteria (MRSA and VRE)
Common questions that are asked in hospital to screen for MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) and VRE (Vancomyin-resistant Enterococcus), and an explanation of what each of these bacteria is and does.
Available languages: Punjabi(43.4kB),

Antidepressant Medication - Paroxetine - FHA
Many people are prescribed Paroxetine for depression. This brochure describes how to take it, what to do if you miss a dose, what side effects can occur, and if and when to report difficulties with the medication.
Available languages: Punjabi(236.5kB),

Arthroscopy - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had a procedure to look inside a joint, such as the knee, ankle, shoulder, or hand, including advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(53.87kB),

Aspirin - FHA
Aspirin is a useful medication often prescribed for those suffering from fevers or heart problems. This brochure gives information about this drug.
Available languages: Punjabi(282.14kB),

Baby teeth are important!
A dental health poster with four reminders about how parents can help children develop good dental habits at a young age.
Available languages: Punjabi(368.08kB),

Bath equipment recommendations - FHA
How to set up a bath tub area to make it easier and safer to use.
Available languages: Punjabi(230.97kB),

Beta blockers
A description of what beta blockers (Inderal, Tenormin, Corgard, Lopressor, Sectral, Monitan, Coreg, Sotacor, Bisken, and others) are, how to take them, special instructions, side effects, and precautions while taking them.
Available languages: Punjabi(278.6kB),

Bleeding during early pregnancy ('spotting')
General information and directions for women who experience vaginal bleeding during early pregnancy
Available languages: Punjabi(45.4kB),

Blepharoplasty - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had a procedure or operation to repair loose or overhanging skin about the eyes, with advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(49.7kB),

Breast Cancer: What You Need to Know
Patient information about breast cancer. Explains treatment, diagnosis and risk.
Available languages: Punjabi(131.43kB),

Breast Health: What You Can Do
Suggestions for reducing your risk of breast cancer.
Available languages: Punjabi(106.04kB),

Bronchoscopy or laryngoscopy - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had a procedure to look inside the mouth, throat, larnx, and/or lungs, with advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(53.42kB),

Care after your Gynecological Procedure
What to expect after the proceduce (bleeding, cramps, breast engorgement). What to do and what not to do. When to call the doctor.
Available languages: Punjabi(46.26kB),

Caring for a child with croup
Describe what croup is, and how to care for your child at home, with a description of signs and symptoms to watch for.
Available languages: Punjabi(53.22kB),

Caring for your ostomy (enteral diversion)
Care of the enteral opening (stoma) site, application of the pouch, keeping the skin under and around the site and the pouch clean and healthy, warning signs of trouble.
Available languages: Punjabi(54.85kB),

Circumcision
Discharge information and instructions on what to watch for and how to care for a patient who has had the foreskin of the penis surgically removed.
Available languages: Punjabi(46.91kB),

Colonoscopy - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had a procedure to look inside a the anus, rectum, lower digestive tract and lower end of the small bowel, including advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(47.04kB),

Colorectal Cancer:What You Need to Know
Explains patient information about carcinomas of the colon and rectum.
Available languages: Punjabi(170.23kB),

Cone Biopsy
A cone biopsy is the removal of a coneshaped piece of tissue from the cervix. The cervix is the opening of the uterus.
Available languages: Punjabi(44.17kB),

Cystoscopy
Explanation of the examination of the upper and lower urinary tract with a fibre-optic scope.
Available languages: Punjabi(62.45kB),

Cystoscopy and pyelogram - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had a procedure or operation to look inside the urinary system including the urethra and the bladder, and to look at the upper areas, including the ureters and the kidnyes, using x-rays and injected dye contrast, with advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(51.65kB),

D&C Dilatation & Curettage, Discharge Instructions
Explains how the cervix is dilated and scraped. Notes possible after effects and what to do and what not to do.
Available languages: Punjabi(38.28kB),

Diabetic patient teaching information
A booklet covering symptoms of high (hyperglycemia) and low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) and what to do about these problems; complications of diabetes and how to minimize problems; information about blood sugar testing, including routine and unusual monitoring schedules; with charts to keep track of sugars and medication times; as well as information about injection sites and site care; the importance of exercise; and some suggestions about how you can find out more about diabetes.
Available languages: Punjabi(228.23kB),

Dilatation and curettage - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had an operation or procedure to clear out uterus, including advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(54.79kB),

Diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus and polio
Information about these four communicable (contagious) diseases and that immunization against them is available in a single vaccination.
Available languages: Punjabi(157.77kB),

Diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, polio and Haemophilus influenzae Type B
Information about these five communicable (contagious) diseases and that immunization against them is available.
Available languages: Punjabi(190.66kB),

Discharge Teaching After Cataract Surgery
Two page brochure; Information and instructions after cataract surgery including short and long term follow-up and how to use eyedrops
Available languages: Punjabi(51.14kB),

Domestic violence prevention - signs that indicate emotional, mental, or physical abuse
Signs that indicate mental, physical and emotional abuse (specifically for males and their partners). Of note, this information easily transferrable to women and their partners.
Available languages: Punjabi(27.47kB),

Driving after a Stroke or Brain Injury
How thinking and behaviour affect ability to drive after a stroke or brain injury.
Available languages: Punjabi(225.53kB),

Electroencephalography
An EEG (electroencephalogram) is a recording of electrical activity in the brain, either when a patient is awake or asleep. This pamplet outlines what should a patient do to prepare for the test, what to expect during the test, follow up to it.
Available languages: Punjabi(85.46kB),

Endometrial ablation - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had a procedure or operation to temporarily destroy the inner lining of the uterus for medical reasons, including advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(55.17kB),

Endoscopic Procedure Preparation
Instructions for preparing for the following procedures: Bronchooscopy, Upper G.I. Endoscopy, Colonoscopy/Flexible Sigmiodoscopy
Available languages: Punjabi(57.03kB),

Fever in children
How to take a child's temperature, based on age, with instructions for how to care for a child with fever, and signs and symptoms to watch for that might indicate a need to seek more treatment, or indicate other problems developing.
Available languages: Punjabi(77.54kB),

For you and your doctor, partners in health
Practical tips, in dual translation, to assist health care consumers to have a confident, informative and satisfactory interaction with health care professional providers.
Available languages: Punjabi(157.68kB),

Gastroscopy - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had a procedure to look inside a the throat, upper digestive tract and stomach, including advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(48kB),

General Anesthesia; Local Anesthesia with Sedation
Information given before surgery that includes what a general anesthetic is, what a local anestheetic is, what sedation is, and includes how one might feel following these types of medication, as well as what to watch out for after having had them.
Available languages: Punjabi(64.58kB),

General Anesthetic/Sedation, Discharge Instructions
Describes what to do and what not to after sedation. No important decision-making, no alcohol, etc. Details possible after-effects such as nausea, sore throat, muscle aching.
Available languages: Punjabi(38.88kB),

General surgery - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had an operation or procedure, with advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(105.25kB),

Haemophilus influenzae Type B immunization
Although this infection has a similar name, it is not the same as "the flu". This contagious disease is a common cause of meningitis in children under 5, and there is a vaccination available to prevent this serious illness.
Available languages: Punjabi(158.7kB),

Having your baby at Royal Columbian Hospital
Having a baby is an exciting time and one that requires preparation and planning. This booklet will help you understand the services and care you will receive during your stay in hospital.
Available languages: Punjabi(1777.46kB),

Head injury or head trauma
Discharge instructions on looking after a person who has had a head injury, with signs and symptoms to watch for that might indicate developing problems.
Available languages: Punjabi(24.67kB),

Healthy snacking
A guide to making healthy choices for children''s snacks that meet nutritional and dental health guidelines.
Available languages: Punjabi(152.97kB),

Hearing Milestones for Your Baby
Gives the developmental stages of hearing skills from birth to 2 years of age
Available languages: Punjabi(84.46kB),

Help for Victims of Domestic Violence
Describes early signs of physical and emotional abuse. Lists help available.
Available languages: Punjabi(187.48kB),

Help us to protect your infant/child
Advice on how to protect your newborn from a potential abduction (kidnapping) by strangers--in the hospital and at home.
Available languages: Punjabi(52.27kB),

Hemorrhoidectomy surgery - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had an operation or procedure to remove enlarged (varicosed) blood vessels in the rectal area, with advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(56.29kB),

Hepatitis B
This contagious disease has a very serious and lifelong impact on the liver, and yet it can be prevented through immunization. Learn more about it.
Available languages: Punjabi(56.22kB),

Hepatitis B infant program
This contagious disease has a very serious and lifelong impact on the liver, and yet it can be prevented through immunization. Learn more about this disease and this BC health care program for children.
Available languages: Punjabi(54.47kB),

High potassium foods which should be avoided
A list of foods containing high levels of potassium, to assist patients in making nutritional choices.
Available languages: Punjabi(227.15kB),

Hysteroscopy - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had a procedure to look inside the vagina, the cervix, and the uterus, with advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(61.62kB),

Immunization and your child
Many people believe that the common contagious diseases have been eradicated and so question why they should expose their children through vaccination programs. This pamphlet offers information about these and other concerns.
Available languages: Punjabi(216.61kB),

Induction of labour
Methods and procedures used to get labour started, with an outline of booking practices for induction at BC Women''s Hospital.
Available languages: Punjabi(68.3kB),

Information about screening mammograms for women in their 50s, 60s and 70s
A question and answer booklet providing general information about breast cancer, mammography, and the Screening Mammography Program of the BCCA.
Available languages: Punjabi(218.2kB),

Information about tuberculosis (TB)
Basic information about what TB (tuberculosis) is, with essential information about treatment.
Available languages: Punjabi(75.51kB),

Instructions for surgical patients
Patient Education instructions for patients for Surgical Day Care or Same-Day Admission, outlining what to do and what to expect on the day of surgery.
Available languages: Punjabi(105.6kB), Punjabi(240.21kB),

Knee exercise sheet - FHA
Instructions and diagrams for knee exercises, from the physiotherapy department, for home use.
Available languages: Punjabi(502.64kB),

Labour: what to expect and when to call, as birth approaches
Signs and symptoms in late pregnancy that indicate that labour is to begin soon, how to tell if you are in active or ''true'' labour, and when to seek medical advice from your doctor or midwife, and when to go to the labour suite or the hospital.
Available languages: Punjabi(175.3kB),

Laparoscopic surgery - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had an endoscopic or ''mini'' procedure or operation (one that has not been performed through an open incision) with advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(79.47kB),

Laparoscopy - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had an operation procedure to look inside the abdominal cavity for diagnostic purposes, or for gynecological treatment or sterilization procedures, including advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(49.78kB),

Laparoscopy for gynecological concerns
Explanations of the laparoscopic examination application and its uses for gynecological procedures, and what one can expect during and after the procedure.
Available languages: Punjabi(50.58kB),

Leaving Domestic Violence: A Safety Planning Checklist
Signs of abuse to watch for and steps to take to prepare for leaving situation.
Available languages: Punjabi(187.48kB),

Liver biopsy - discharge instructions
General information about having a tissue sample removed from the liver for testing, and instructions on taking care of a person who has had this procedure.
Available languages: Punjabi(48.45kB),

Malaria
Malaria is still a very active disease in many parts of the world--especially in regions popular with travellers. Learn more about this disease before you travel!
Available languages: Punjabi(153.58kB),

Managing your pain with the PCA (patient controlled analgesia) pump
Step-by-step directions on using the patient-controlled analgesia pump system (PCA), for post surgical or postoperative patients.
Available languages: Punjabi(44.61kB),

Measles, mumps, rubella
Information about these communicable (contagious) diseases and information about immunization against them using combined vaccine.
Available languages: Punjabi(179.36kB),

Middle ear problems
Many children have ear infections, and many have them more than once. These infections can last a long time and affect their overall health, as well as their hearing. This brochure talks about the structure of the ear, ear infections, treatments and hearing tests.
Available languages: Punjabi(866.81kB),

Minor limb surgery - discharge instructions
General information on taking care of a person who has had a procedure on the arms, legs, hands, or feet.
Available languages: Punjabi(44.69kB),

Open abdominal surgery - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had an open incision (rather than an endoscopic or ''mini'') procedure or operation on their abdomen or abdominal contents, with advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(51.89kB),

Orchidectomy - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had a procedure or operation to remove the testicle or testicles, with advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(45.33kB),

Pain & symptom management -- Palliative Care Clinic
A brochure outlining the services provided by the BC Cancer Agency's Pain & Symptom Management & Palliative Care Clinics.
Available languages: Punjabi(145.2kB),

Parents -- is your child at risk for developing early tooth decay?
This pamphlet asks parents four important questions about their young child's dental practices, and then gives practical advice for a parent to help a child develop healthy dental habits at a young age.
Available languages: Punjabi(407.7kB),

Partners in health
A brochure of special interest to persons living in the Lower Mainland region of British Columbia, listing health-care related programs and agencies offering services to adults and children.
Available languages: Punjabi(2006.67kB),

Patient teaching pamphlet about chest drainage and chest tube insertion
What is chest drainage, why would a patient need it done, and how is a chest tube inserted?
Available languages: Punjabi(78.8kB),

Pilonidal cyst or sinus - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had a procedure or operation to remove or drain a pilonidal cyst or sinus, including advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(53.99kB),

Preparing formula
Drawings and simple instructions for making three types of baby formula: concentrated liquid, powdered, and ready to use (canned) liquid, as well as how to prepare the equipment and store the bottles after preparation.
Available languages: Punjabi(63.03kB),

Prostate Cancer: What You Need to Know
Patient information on prostate cancer and its treatment, diagnosis and risk.
Available languages: Punjabi(129.44kB),

Prostate needle biopsy - discharge instructions
General information about having a tissue sample removed from the prostate gland for testing, and instructions on taking care of a person who has had this procedure.
Available languages: Punjabi(42.15kB),

Prostatectomy - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had an operation or procedure to remove an enlarged prostate gland by entry through the urinary tract system, with advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(45.54kB),

Relaxation methods for help in pain relief
Relaxation can help prevent severe pain in the early stages after surgery, and help with recovery, as well as assist pain medications to work better. Techniques are described that can also be used at other times, to assist with relaxation and pain relief.
Available languages: Punjabi(100.81kB),

Same Day Admission Surgical Patient
Explanation of the pre-admission process,what to do before and the day of surgery.
Available languages: Punjabi(48.95kB),

Scabies - the 'contagious itch'
Scabies is an itching skin condition, but what causes it? How do you know you have it? How can you treat it?
Available languages: Punjabi(76.78kB),

Signs that your baby is breastfeeding well (first three weeks)
Signs that your newborn baby is taking enough milk from the breast during the first three weeks of life, with a list of breastfeeding mothers' resources in and around the Lower Mainland of BC.
Available languages: Punjabi(76.66kB),

Sinus and nasal surgery - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had an operation or procedure on the nose or in the sinuses, including advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(45.79kB),

Soothing the pain of childbirth
Reviews what labour pain is, and gives a variety of methods to soothe that pain, both through pharmacological ways (medications) and by other means.
Available languages: Punjabi(218.51kB),

Special care nursery
Baby care in the Special Care Nursery at Royal Columbian Hospital, with information for parents about visiting, support services, and how to assist with baby care.
Available languages: Punjabi(397.39kB),

Spinal or epidural anesthesia - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had spinal or epidural anesthetic given for pain relief during an operation or procedure, with advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(46.39kB),

Spinal or Epidural Anesthesia, Discharge Instructions
Describes what to do and what not to do after anesthesia. No important decision-making, no alcohol. Rest and drink fluids. Possible after-effects.
Available languages: Punjabi(55.18kB),

Surgical Day Care Patients
Prepare patients for the Surgical Daycare process including before, during and after surgery
Available languages: Punjabi(51.25kB),

Sutured wound care discharge instructions
Discharge instructions for looking after a person who has had stitches or sutures to close a wound.
Available languages: Punjabi(30.67kB),

Taking care of your cast
How to take care of a plaster of Paris cast. A cast is used to hold an arm or a leg from moving while a broken bone heals. Plaster of Paris is a white stone-like substance that dissolves in water. This brochure also explains symptoms that might occur as a result of wearing a cast, and what to do if you experience these symptoms.
Available languages: Punjabi(69.66kB),

Testicular Cancer: What You Need to Know
Patient information on cancer of the testicles, its diagnosis, treatment and risk.
Available languages: Punjabi(134.57kB),

Testing your blood glucose
Guidelines to the frequency of self-monitoring of blood glucose levels, and target glucose levels for your blood.
Available languages: Punjabi(24.78kB),

Tetanus (lockjaw) - Diptheria Vaccine
A description of what tetanus (lockjaw) and diptheria are, and why it is important to have a vaccination (immunization) against these, as well as information about keeping your shots up to date.
Available languages: Punjabi(59.74kB),

The flu vaccine
Every fall, a flu vaccine is made available to Canadians with compromised immune systems or vulnerabilities to this common illness that can be very serious. Are you eligible?
Available languages: Punjabi(191.02kB),

Tonsillectomy - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had an operation or procedure to remove the tonsils from the throat, in a one page handout, including advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(25.94kB),

Tonsillectomy or adenoidectomy - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had an operation or procedure to remove the tonsils from the throat or the adenoids from the back of the nasal passage, including advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(71.57kB),

Triglycerides
Triglyceride is a scientific term for fat in your blood. Causes and what can help to control it.
Available languages: Punjabi(481.91kB),

Tuberculosis -- TB -- Skin test
Information about this communicable (contagious) disease and information about testing for TB, how the test is done and what treatment follows a positive result.
Available languages: Punjabi(147.92kB),

Tuberculosis -- TB -- What is it?
Information about this communicable (contagious) disease and information about treatment.
Available languages: Punjabi(184.36kB),

Tympanoplasty - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had an operation or procedure to repair the ear drum, including advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(42.32kB),

Urinary Catheter Removal at Home, Instructions
Shows in pictures and words how to remove the catheter. Describes possible after-effects and the necessity for drinking fluids.
Available languages: Punjabi(169.6kB),

Varicose veins - discharge instructions
General information about swollen or thrombosed veins (varicose veins) and the procedure for their removal, with instructions on how to care for a person who has had varicose vein stripping, banding, or sclerotherapy.
Available languages: Punjabi(46.89kB),

Vas reanastomosis - discharge instructions
Instructions for patients who have had a procedure or operation to repair the seminal system that has been previously cut in order to create male sterilization, with advice on symptoms, activity and diet.
Available languages: Punjabi(44.57kB),

Vascular access graft
Care guidelines for a patient with a vascular access graft for hemodialysis.
Available languages: Punjabi(313.59kB),

Warfarin
A description of what Warfarin is, what it does, how to take it, special instructions, side effects, and precautions to note when taking it.
Available languages: Punjabi(284.56kB),

What is gestational diabetes?
A brief description of this endocrine disorder that appears in women who are pregnant (expecting a baby).
Available languages: Punjabi(40.23kB),

What To Do When Your Blood Sugar Is Too Low (Hypoglycemia)
Reasons for low blood sugar, how you feel and what to do about it
Available languages: Punjabi(92.84kB),

What to expect and how to help your child after a general anesthetic in Surgical Day Care.
Post-anesthetic information about aches, pains, fever, nausea and vomiting; including what kind and how much activity, and what kind and how much food and drink.
Available languages: Punjabi(110.19kB),

When should I start having regular screening mammograms (for women aged 40 to 49)
A question and answer booklet providing general information about breast cancer, mammography, and the Screening Mammography Program of the BCCA.
Available languages: Punjabi(258.59kB),

Why seniors should consider having flu vaccinations
Advice on flu vaccination, especially as it applies to elders, or persons with a compromised immune system.
Available languages: Punjabi(161.61kB),

Wound care after stitches
Information for patients for taking care of a wound after it has been stitched.
Available languages: Punjabi(19.77kB),

Your baby's hearing
Hearing is very important for your baby in the process of learning to talk. This brochure outlines a baby's stages of speech development though the first year of life, with associated problems that may affect hearing.
Available languages: Punjabi(728.23kB),

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