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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a term for multiple chronic respiratory diseases that include chronic bronchitis and emphysema., What can the COPD Program do for me?, The COPD Program can provide you with information, education and support on:, COPD prevention:, Smoking Cessation (...
Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) is a, free, at-home monitoring program available to Islanders who live with heart failure or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). , How can RPM help me?, If you have heart failure or COPD, you can: learn to manage your chronic disease from the comfort of...
When you have diabetes, foot care is very important., How can diabetes affect my feet?, Too much glucose in your blood can damage the nerves and blood vessels in your feet. This can result in a loss of sensation, that is, you may not feel a foot injury, such as a blister or a cut. If unnoticed or...
This is a listing of private foot care providers in PEI and is for information purposes, only, . Health PEI does, not, endorse any particular service or service provider. Always ask the qualifications of your foot care provider.
Primary care is often the first point of contact you have with the health system. It is provided to you by your family physician / nurse practitioner and other health professionals in the community. Primary care covers a broad range of health services including diagnosis, treatment, education,...
This brochure contains information about Health PEI's Colorectal Cancer Screening Program.
The, PEI Provincial Secondary Stroke Prevention Clinic, is located at the Polyclinic Professional Centre in Charlottetown. It serves as an outpatient clinic for individuals who have, signs and symptoms of a recent transient ischemic attack (TIA) or a non-disabling stroke, . The main objectives of...
Amener des services de sages-femmes aux familles de l’Île
Includes helpful advice on when to seek assistance from your pump company, diabetes educator and your nearest emergency department.
Provides important points to remember if you are sick and / or your blood sugar levels are high.