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Topic "Surgery" in Chinese - total 7 documents

Title: 8 simple steps to keep safe during your hospital stay
Summary: This patient safety card answers your questions and makes your hospital stay as smooth, safe and comfortable as possible.

Title: A patient's guide to anaesthesia
Summary: This resource provides information for patients on what to expect when getting an anaesthetic.

Title: Active Cycle of Breathing Technique (ACBT)
Summary: Breathing and coughing exercises to help the prevention of post-operative respiratory complications.

Title: After your operation - helping you to recover
Summary: After an operation, bed rest and inactivity can increase your risk of chest infection and blood clots in your legs. These can be avoided if you follow the instructions in this fact sheet.

Title: Considering surgery to reduce the risk of ovarian cancer?
Summary: This information is for women at high risk of ovarian cancer. It describes the surgical procedure called Risk-Reducing Bilateral Salpingo-oophorectomy (RRBSO). It explains when the surgery is recommended, what it involves and how to manage the effects of surgery.

Title: Day surgery at the Women's
Summary: In this translated fact sheet we aim to answer your general questions about day surgery at the Women's.

Title: PEP Bottle and Active Cycle of Breathing Technique (ACBT)
Summary: Breathing and coughing exercises to help the prevention of post-operative respiratory complications. Includes the addition of Positive Expiratory Pressure (PEP). Also used for removal of excessive secretions.

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