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  1. Postvoid Residual PVR
  2. Urodynamic Testing
  3. Neurogenic detrusor overactivity
  4. Urge Incontinence
  5. Neurogenic bladder
  1. a most common cause of incontinence
    associated with neurologic disorders, such as stroke,
  2. b the involuntary loss of urine shortly after a strong abrupt urge to urinate
  3. c amount of urine remaining in the bladder after voiding
    normally less than 50 mL of urine remains
  4. d assess the neuromuscular function of the lower urinary tract
  5. e retention with overflow caused by neurologic dysfunction associated with spinal cord injury

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. result of colorectal disease where blood or mucus may be present in the stool
  2. limiting fluids after 7 pm
  3. involuntary urine loss from overdistended bladder
    can flow out of the bladder and into the ureters and kidneys causing hydronephrosis which can cause kidney damage
  4. 200-250 mL of urine collects in the bladder
  5. maintain a fluid intake of at least 2000 mL/day
    avoid fluids with diuretic effect (tea, coffee, cola)

5 True/False questions

  1. Anorectal incontinenceinvoluntary loss of small amounts of urine during physical activity, coughing laughing, sneezing, lifting
    in women a result of pregnancy, childbirth, obesity, aging

          

  2. Neurogenic incontinencethe involuntary loss of urine shortly after a strong abrupt urge to urinate

          

  3. Urinary Incontinence categoriesUrge
    Overflow
    Stress
    Functional

          

  4. incontinence definitioninvoluntary passage of urine

          

  5. Texas cathetersdo not encircle the penis with tape