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PEDIs Ch 29
The Child with a GU Condition
Terms in this set (17)
Name the 10 test Uroligical diagnostic procedures to assess for Urinary function
CT scan of kidneys
list 4 common lab tests for Urinary tract function
Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN)
Urine Dip Sticks
Difficulty in urination
abnormal number of voidings in a short period of time
strong urges to void, often despite inability to do so
awakening during the night to void
uncontrolled voidings after bladder control has been established
increased urine output
decreased urine output
A narrowing of the preputial opening of the foreskin.
Prevents foreskin from being retracted over penis.
Corrected by circumcision.
Forcible retraction of tight foreskin is avoided because it can lead to paraphimosis
occurs when foreskin cannot be returned to it's normal position.
Swelling and impaired circulation caused by constriction.
Necessitates immediate evaluation by a physician.
urinary meatua is on the upper surface of the penis
congenital defect in which the urinary meatua is located on the lower portion of the shaft
in mind cases of epispadias and hypospadias surgery is not indicated but if indicated when is it performed
surgery is usually performed before 18 months of age.
why is routine circumcision avoided in kids with epispadias and hypospadias
because foreskin mat be useful in the repair
exstrophy of the bladder
lower portion of abdominal wall and anterior wall of bladder are missing.
Noticeable by fetal sonogram.
Urine leaks continually from the bladder and skin becomes excoriated
Nursing Care for exstrophy of the bladder
bladder covered to protect mucosa.
diapers placed under, rather than on the infant, to protect bladder while allowing urinary drainage.
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