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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. incontinence definition
  2. Urinary Incontinence categories
  3. Neurogenic bladder
  4. Pessary
  5. Cystometry
  1. a device inserted into the vagina to hold the pelvic organs in place
    Must be removed periodically for cleansing and replacement as needed
  2. b retention with overflow caused by neurologic dysfunction associated with spinal cord injury
  3. c Urge
  4. d involuntary passage of urine
  5. e evaluates neuromuscular function of the bladder

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. nerve damage that causes the muscles of the pelvic floor to be weak
  2. most common cause of incontinence
    associated with neurologic disorders, such as stroke,
  3. many people report having a B.M. shortly after the first meal of the day - food enters the stomach, it stimulates activity in GI tract
  4. assess the neuromuscular function of the lower urinary tract
  5. occurs most often in patients with dementia

5 True/False questions

  1. Cornstarchnot recommended on the incontinent patient because it promotes yeast infections


  2. Normal voiding requiresnerve damage that causes the muscles of the pelvic floor to be weak


  3. Urge Incontinencethe involuntary loss of urine shortly after a strong abrupt urge to urinate


  4. Functional incontinencevoiding inappropriately because unable to get to the toliet


  5. Cystoscopya scope inserted through urethra to visualize urethra and bladder; encourage fluid ingestion after testing; common for pink urine to appear