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Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES)

https://phc.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem4125
Catalogue Number
FI.710.F53
Current Revision Date
15-Mar-2021
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
A FEES is a test where a speech-language pathologist (SLP) puts a think flexible tube with a camera, called an endoscope in through your nose to look in your throat as you swallow.

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Catalogue Number
FI.710.F53
Current Revision Date
15-Mar-2021
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
A FEES is a test where a speech-language pathologist (SLP) puts a think flexible tube with a camera, called an endoscope in through your nose to look in your throat as you swallow.
Format
Brochure
Topic
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
Subject
Endoscopy
Keywords
aspiration pneumonia
infection
risks
recommendations
dysphagia
Date Issued
15-Mar-2021
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Pneumonia: Patient Information

https://phc.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem1644
Catalogue Number
FN.350.P85
Current Revision Date
March-03-2017
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Information for the patient on pneumonia and the care he/she will receive in the hospital and information that will be useful when discharged.

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Catalogue Number
FN.350.P85
Current Revision Date
March-03-2017
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Information for the patient on pneumonia and the care he/she will receive in the hospital and information that will be useful when discharged.
Format
Booklet
Topic
Symptoms, Diseases & Conditions
Plan for a Hospital Stay
Plan to Go Home from Hospital
Subject
Lungs and Breathing
Health System
Keywords
Pneumonia
home care
patient information
hospital services
Exercises
medications
diets
Reading Level
7
Date Issued
November-20-2007
Legacy Numbers
A0154
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Preventing Pneumonia: ICOUGH (booklet)

https://phc.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem3181
Catalogue Number
FN.200.P74
Current Revision Date
June-19-2015
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Post-surgery lung complications, such as pneumonia, may avoided by following simple measures such as early mobilization, lung exercises and oral hygiene.

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Catalogue Number
FN.200.P74
Current Revision Date
June-19-2015
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Post-surgery lung complications, such as pneumonia, may avoided by following simple measures such as early mobilization, lung exercises and oral hygiene.
Format
Booklet
Topic
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
Subject
Pneumonia
Keywords
activity
mobilization
brushing teeth
oral care
pain medicine
deep breathing
incentive spirometer
lungs
Reading Level
8
Date Issued
April-27-2015
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Preventing Pneumonia: ICOUGH (factsheet)

https://phc.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem3329
Catalogue Number
FN.200.P741
Current Revision Date
January-29-2016
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Post-surgery lung complications, such as pneumonia, may avoided by following simple measures such as early mobilization, lung exercises and oral hygiene.

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Catalogue Number
FN.200.P741
Current Revision Date
January-29-2016
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Post-surgery lung complications, such as pneumonia, may avoided by following simple measures such as early mobilization, lung exercises and oral hygiene.
Format
Factsheet
Topic
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
Subject
Pneumonia
Keywords
activity
mobilization
brushing teeth
oral care
pain medicine
deep breathing
incentive spirometer
lungs
Reading Level
8
Date Issued
January-29-2016
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Your Safety While in Hospital

https://phc.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem3379
Catalogue Number
JB.206.S24
Current Revision Date
March-03-2016
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Procedures in place to protect you during the hospital stay and how you can take part in your own care and safety.

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Catalogue Number
JB.206.S24
Current Revision Date
March-03-2016
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Procedures in place to protect you during the hospital stay and how you can take part in your own care and safety.
Format
Booklet
Topic
Plan for a Hospital Stay
Subject
Patient Safety
Health Facilities
Keywords
patient care
Patients
planning
healthcare team
questions
infections
germs
precautions
falls
medications
urinary tract infection
Pneumonia
blood clots
Pressure ulcers
hospital stay
communication
Reading Level
6
Date Issued
February-25-2016
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