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After Your Retinal and Vitreous Surgery (Chinese)

https://phc.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem2064
Catalogue Number
FH.230.Af89.CN
Language
Chinese Traditional
Status
Pending or under revision
Description
Patient information in Chinese about After Retinal & Vitreous Surgery
Catalogue Number
FH.230.Af89.CN
Language
Chinese Traditional
Status
Pending or under revision
Description
Patient information in Chinese about After Retinal & Vitreous Surgery
Format
Booklet
Topic
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
Plan to Go Home from Hospital
Subject
Eye Care
Eye Diseases
Keywords
eyes
Surgeries
Retina
Eye surgery
Eye tumors
Retinal detachment
vision
vision loss
poor vision
cancer of the eye
removal of the eye
Reading Level
7
Date Issued
August-23-2007
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Eye Safety (Chinese)

https://phc.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem1837
Catalogue Number
FH.100.5.E94.CN
Current Revision Date
December-18-2009
Language
Chinese Traditional
Status
Pending or under revision
Description
Information for parents and caregivers on common eye problems and eye safety for children in Chinese
Catalogue Number
FH.100.5.E94.CN
Current Revision Date
December-18-2009
Language
Chinese Traditional
Status
Pending or under revision
Description
Information for parents and caregivers on common eye problems and eye safety for children in Chinese
Format
Factsheet
Topic
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
Infants
Preschool Children (2-5 years)
Subject
Eye Injuries
Safety Issues
Eye Care
Keywords
children
eyes
safety
eye problems
glasses
vision
ophthalmology
orthoptist
Reading Level
8
Date Issued
February-01-2003
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Newborn Jaundice (Chinese)

https://phc.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem3051
Catalogue Number
FK.760.N49.CN
Current Revision Date
February-04-2017
Language
Chinese Traditional
Status
Available
Description
Information Chinese on Infant jaundice which is a yellow discoloration in a newborn baby's skin and eyes.

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Catalogue Number
FK.760.N49.CN
Current Revision Date
February-04-2017
Language
Chinese Traditional
Status
Available
Description
Information Chinese on Infant jaundice which is a yellow discoloration in a newborn baby's skin and eyes.
Format
Factsheet
Topic
Symptoms, Diseases & Conditions
Newborn
Subject
Jaundice
Keywords
baby
infants
yellow
eyes
face
skin
Bilirubin
feeding
sleepy
blood test
Reading Level
6
Date Issued
March-25-2014
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