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NCLEX SET - Urinary

This is information learned during the 1st semester of ADN program
Normal hourly urine output
30-50 mL/hr
Minimum amount in bladder to stimulate urgency to void
150-200 mL of Urine
(Why shoud 1st urine of the day not be use when) collecting a urine speiceman
First urine of the day is not fresh (Should not be used when)
Normal range of specific gravity of urine
1.015-1.025 in concentration
Normal Urine pH
pH of 4.6 - 8 with 6 as avg.
Sterile urine speicmen not required (for)
Routine Urinalysis (does not require what type of speicmen)
(How much urine shoud be discarded into toliet before) obtaining a urine specimen
30 mL of urine should be discarded (when)
(What is the ) recommended daily fluid intake
2,000 - 2,400 mL in fluids (is the)
(What is the purpose of) pelvic floor muscle traing - Kegel Exercise
Strenghtening the perineal and abdominal muscles (is called)
The blader can fill up to how many mL of urine
3,000-4,000 mL of urine
Transient Incontinence
Appears suddenly and lasts for 6m or less
Stress Incontinence
an involuntary loss of urine related to an increase in intra-abdominal pressure. (laughing, sneezing, etc.)
Urge Incontinence
loss of urine soon after feeling the urgue to void
Overflow Incontience
loss of urine associated with overdistention or overflow in the bladder
Functional Incontinence
inability to reach the toliet to void
Reflex Incontience
emptying bladder without the sensention of the need to void
Total Incontience
continuous and unpredictable loss of urine due to anatomic abnormality.
Mixed Incontinence
urine loss with two or more types of incontinences
Normal Postvoid Residual
50 mL or less of urine
Recommanded guideline for catherization
> 150 mL of urine