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5 Matching questions

  1. Postvoid Residual PVR
  2. Stress Incontinence
  3. Normal voiding requires
  4. Symptomatic incontinence
  5. Uroflowmetry
  1. a involuntary loss of small amounts of urine during physical activity, coughing laughing, sneezing, lifting
    in women a result of pregnancy, childbirth, obesity, aging
  2. b measures voiding duration
  3. c healthy bladder
    patent urethra
    normal nerve impulses
    mental alertness
  4. d amount of urine remaining in the bladder after voiding
    normally less than 50 mL of urine remains
  5. e result of colorectal disease where blood or mucus may be present in the stool

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. device inserted into the vagina to hold the pelvic organs in place
    Must be removed periodically for cleansing and replacement as needed
  2. maintain a fluid intake of at least 2000 mL/day
    avoid fluids with diuretic effect (tea, coffee, cola)
  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. limiting fluids after 7 pm
  5. Urge
    Overflow
    Stress
    Functional

5 True/False questions

  1. Texas cathetersevaluates neuromuscular function of the bladder

          

  2. Medical treatment for fecal incontinence may includemaintain a fluid intake of at least 2000 mL/day
    avoid fluids with diuretic effect (tea, coffee, cola)

          

  3. You feel the need to urinate when200-250 mL of urine collects in the bladder

          

  4. Neurogenic bladderretention with overflow caused by neurologic dysfunction associated with spinal cord injury

          

  5. Neurogenic detrusor overactivitymost common cause of incontinence
    associated with neurologic disorders, such as stroke,