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Bland Embolization: Treating Liver Tumours

https://vch.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem4352
Catalogue Number
FE.202.B53
Current Revision Date
29-Jun-2022
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Bland embolization is a way to treat tumours in the liver. Tumours need blood to grow. Bland embolization uses x-ray dye and small particles to block the supply of blood to the tumour. This helps stop the tumour from growing. Learn about what to expect before, during, and after a bland embolization.

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Catalogue Number
FE.202.B53
Current Revision Date
29-Jun-2022
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Bland embolization is a way to treat tumours in the liver. Tumours need blood to grow. Bland embolization uses x-ray dye and small particles to block the supply of blood to the tumour. This helps stop the tumour from growing. Learn about what to expect before, during, and after a bland embolization.
Format
Factsheet
Topic
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
Subject
Liver Cancer
Liver Disease
Cancer
Keywords
tumours
patient information
cancer
cancer therapy
liver tumours
Bland Embolization
Embolization
aftercare
instructions
precautions
injections
radiologist
complications
preparations
liver
intervention
surgery
Post-op
operation
recovery
Radiology
blockage
block
medical
imaging
Interventional
LML
fluoroscopy
Reading Level
6
Date Issued
29-Jun-2022
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Care of Wastes at Home After Taking Hazardous Drugs

https://vch.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem32
Catalogue Number
EA.500.C18
Current Revision Date
19-Jan-2022
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Information on managing cytotoxic wastes at home.

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Catalogue Number
EA.500.C18
Current Revision Date
19-Jan-2022
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Information on managing cytotoxic wastes at home.
Format
Booklet
Topic
Medications
Subject
Cancer
Keywords
Cytotoxic wastes
cancer
Chemotherapy
Disposal
storage
Reading Level
5
Date Issued
April-13-2007
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Cryoablation for Lung Tumours

https://vch.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem4235
Catalogue Number
FE.246.C792
Current Revision Date
18-Nov-2021
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Patient information on Cryoablation, a procedure to to treat lung tumours, either benign or cancerous.

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Catalogue Number
FE.246.C792
Current Revision Date
18-Nov-2021
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Patient information on Cryoablation, a procedure to to treat lung tumours, either benign or cancerous.
Format
Brochure
Topic
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
Discharge Instructions
Subject
Cancer
Lung Diseases
After Surgery
Surgery & Rehabilitation
Keywords
cryoblation
ablation
post operative care
post surgical care
lung problems
lung surgery
Laparoscopy
laparoscopic cryoablation
aftercare
instructions
follow up
complications
precautions
activities
removal
freeze
imaging
Interventional
CT scan
Radiology
cancer
benign
tumour
tumor
Date Issued
18-Nov-2021
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Cryoablation: Liver or Kidney

https://vch.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem4159
Catalogue Number
FE.246.C79
Current Revision Date
02-Jul-2021
Language
English
Status
Available

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Catalogue Number
FE.246.C79
Current Revision Date
02-Jul-2021
Language
English
Status
Available
Format
Brochure
Topic
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
Plan for a Hospital Stay
Plan to Go Home from Hospital
Subject
Cancer
Keywords
aftercare
instructions
follow up
complications
precautions
activities
removal
kidney
liver
cold
freeze
ablation
medical
imaging
Interventional
LML
x-ray
CT san
Radiology
fluoroscopy
radiologist
renal
hepatica
cancer
tumour
tumor
Reading Level
6.6
Date Issued
21-Apr-2021
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Going Home After Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)

https://vch.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem1262
Catalogue Number
FK.753.R1191
Current Revision Date
August-21-2019
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Discharge Instructions about Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)

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Catalogue Number
FK.753.R1191
Current Revision Date
August-21-2019
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Discharge Instructions about Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)
Format
Booklet
Topic
Medications
Plan to Go Home from Hospital
Subject
After Surgery
Arrhythmia
Keywords
discharge
recovery
activity
Exercises
rest
relaxation
occupational therapist
social workers
diets
medications
incision
constipation
wound
drainage
cancer
emotions
Reading Level
7
Date Issued
September-14-2006
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Microwave Ablation (MWA) for Lung Tumours

https://vch.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem4236
Catalogue Number
FE.245.M532
Current Revision Date
31-Jan-2022
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Microwaves are used to heat and destroy lung tumours, either benign or cancer. An interventional radiologist does the procedure. This doctor specializes in image-guided procedures and often uses CT scanning for this procedure.

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Catalogue Number
FE.245.M532
Current Revision Date
31-Jan-2022
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Microwaves are used to heat and destroy lung tumours, either benign or cancer. An interventional radiologist does the procedure. This doctor specializes in image-guided procedures and often uses CT scanning for this procedure.
Format
Brochure
Topic
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
Plan to Go Home from Hospital
Discharge Instructions
Subject
Cancer
Lung Diseases
Keywords
microwave ablation
ablation
lung problems
lung surgery
lungs
Laparoscopy
laparoscopic microwave ablation
complications
aftercare
after procedure
radiologist
tumours
instructions
risks
Microwave
tumour
medical
imaging
Radiology
Interventional
intervention
cancer
CT
scan
scanning
Date Issued
31-Jan-2022
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Microwave Ablation (MWA): Liver & Kidney

https://vch.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem3927
Catalogue Number
FE.245.M53
Current Revision Date
October-21-2019
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Patient information on microwave ablation which is a procedure that uses microwaves to heat and destroy a tumour.

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Catalogue Number
FE.245.M53
Current Revision Date
October-21-2019
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Patient information on microwave ablation which is a procedure that uses microwaves to heat and destroy a tumour.
Format
Brochure
Topic
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
Plan for a Hospital Stay
Plan to Go Home from Hospital
Subject
Cancer
Liver Cancer
Kidney Cancer
Keywords
complications
aftercare
radiologist
tumours
needle
CT scan
results
ultrasound
instructions
risks
Reading Level
8
Date Issued
October-25-2019
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