Chronic Diseases

The below items have "Chronic Diseases" as a subject.

Titlesort descending Format Publication Year Call Number Abstract
Breathtaking Videocassette 1997 CD5.S10

Explains the human respiratory system and its changes with diseases such as: emphysema, chronic bronchitis and COPD.

Breathtaking Book 1997 CD5.S11

Accompanies video CD5.S10 1997

Caregiver series: The role of faith in chronic illness and disability Book n.d. FM4.G30
Chronic disease in minority populations Book 1994 MN1.O10

Provides data and analysis of chronic diseases in African-American, American Indian and Alaska Natives

Chronic pain [trainee's protocol booklet] Book 1995 CD5.P21

Accompanies video CD5.P20 1995.

Exercise Management for Persons with Chronic Diseases and Disabilities Book 1997 PT1.A30

A reference book that covers a wide range of chronic diseases and disabilities, including pathophysiology, effects of

Geriatric patient education resource manual, voluem 1 Book 1993 MD1.L10 REF

Reference use.

Hepatitis C Choices in Care: Diverse Viewpoints and Choices for Your Hepatitis C Journey DVD 2010 CD5.H10

This video was created to provide information about a wide variety of approaches to the treatment and management of c

Hepatitis C: A Complete Guide for Patients and Families Book 2015 CD1.H1

The liver is the body’s workhorse. It makes proteins and bile, processes fats, and detoxifies drugs and alcohol.

New Beginnings: A Discussion Guide for Living Well with Diabetes Curricula/Educational unit 2004 CD4.111
Oregon Geriatric Education Center presents: Don Keister: Options for chronic care DVD 1990 CM5.O4
Oregon Geriatric Education Center presents: Don Keister: Options for chronic care Videocassette 1990 CM5.O4
The impact of chronic conditions and aging in sexuality Book n.d. SX4.G2


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