5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Cutaneous Triggering
- Clean-Catch Specimen
- Catheter irrigation
- a urine output less than 400 mL per 24 hours, indicates inadequate elimination of urine.
- b lightly massaging or tapping the skin above the pubic area (suggested for paralyzed pts. with reflex incontinence; Cutaneous triggering initiates urination in clients who hve retained a voiding reflex))
- c Fluid wastes removed from the body by the kidneys
- d flushing the lumen of a catheter ( is a technique for restoring or maintaining catheter patency.)
- e Voided sample of urine considered sterile and is sometimes called MIDSTREAM Specimen)
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- one or both ureters are surgically implanted elsewhere. This procedure is done for various life-threatening conditions. The ureters may be brought to and through the skin of the abdomen (Fig. 30-14) or implanted within the bowel (called an ileal conduit)., Changing the urinary stream to exit the body through a new avenue.
- need to urinate often
- the process of releasing excess fluid and metabolic wastes), or urination, occurs when urine is excreted. Under normal conditions, the average person eliminates approximately 1500 to 3000 mL of urine each day. The need to urinate becomes apparent when the bladder distends with approximately 150 to 300 mL of urine.
- strong feeling that urine must be eliminated quickly) often accompany dysuria.
- isometric exercises to improve the ability to retain urine within the bladder (strengthen and tone the pubococcygeal and levator ani muscles used voluntarily to hold back urine and intestinal gas or stool.)
5 True/False Questions
Catheterization → insertion of catheter (hollow flexible tube) into body cavity or organ to instill substance, remove fluid
retention catheter → also called an indwelling catheter, is left in place for a period of time.(The most common type is a Foley catheter, are secured with a balloon that is inflated once the distal tip is within the bladder. available in various diameters, sized according to the French scale. For adults, sizes 14, 16, and 18 F are commonly used.)
incontinence → the inability to control either urinary or bowel elimination and is abnormal after a person is toilet-trained
external catheter → urine-collecting device applied to the skin) is not inserted within the bladder; instead, it surrounds the urinary meatus. Examples of external catheters are a condom catheter and a urinary bag or U-bag. External catheters are more effective for male clients.
Catheter Care → hygiene measures used to keep the meatus and adjacent area of the catheter clean