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Nursing 101 Bowel elimination
Bowel incontinence
Bowel training program
cathartic
colostomy
the inability of the anal sphincter to control the discharge…
program that manipulates factors within a person's control (t…
medication that strongly increases gastrointestinal motility…
an opening into the colon that permits feces to exit through…
Bowel incontinence
the inability of the anal sphincter to control the discharge…
Bowel training program
program that manipulates factors within a person's control (t…
21 terms
Bowel Elimination - Nursing Fundamentals
bowel training
cathartics
clostridium difficle
colostomy
a program that helps some patients defecate normally, especia…
drugs that act to promote bowel evacuation
a common causative agent of diarrhea in which symptoms range…
a temporary or permanent artificial opening in the colon
bowel training
a program that helps some patients defecate normally, especia…
cathartics
drugs that act to promote bowel evacuation
Fundamentals of Nursing (Bowel Elimination)
True or False: The large intestine is…
The two primary function of the colon…
True or False: The colon does not form…
Does the colon produce B-Complex vitam…
True
- Absorption of Water and Electrolytes... - Formation of Feces a…
False. The colon does produce vitamin K.
Yes
True or False: The large intestine is…
True
The two primary function of the colon…
- Absorption of Water and Electrolytes... - Formation of Feces a…
97 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing: Bowel Elimination
Mouth
Upper esophageal sphincter
Cardiac/Lower esophageal sphincter
Stomach
digestion begins here with saliva, teeth masticate food
a circular muscle that prevents air from entering the esophag…
prevents reflux of stomach contents back into the esophagus;…
stores, mixes and empties content into small intestine
Mouth
digestion begins here with saliva, teeth masticate food
Upper esophageal sphincter
a circular muscle that prevents air from entering the esophag…
11 terms
Nursing 101 Urinary and Bowel Elimination Chapter 45 and 46
Urinary Incontinence
Types of Urinary Incontinence
Nursing Interventions
Urinary Retention
Involuntary loss or urine from the bladder... Acute or Chronic
Stress- most common, leak when straining the abdomen such as…
Consume adequate fluids... Avoid bladder irritants: caffeine, ca…
Inability of the bladder to empty completely R/T... Bladder outl…
Urinary Incontinence
Involuntary loss or urine from the bladder... Acute or Chronic
Types of Urinary Incontinence
Stress- most common, leak when straining the abdomen such as…
70 terms
Nursing 110 Bowel Elimination
Large intestine
Reabsorption (large intestine)
Peristalsis (large intestine)
Protection (large intestine)
-From ileocecal valve to the anus... -Colon- 50-60 inches long... -…
-1500 mL chyme produced; only 100 mL fluid in feces
-Movement of digestive products by wave like movements produc…
-Mucus production protects lining from acidity (HCO3)
Large intestine
-From ileocecal valve to the anus... -Colon- 50-60 inches long... -…
Reabsorption (large intestine)
-1500 mL chyme produced; only 100 mL fluid in feces
41 terms
Bowel Elimination - Science and Technology of Nursing
fecal characteristics
Upper GI bleed
Lower GI bleed
Bowel obstruction/rapid peristalsis
color, odor, consistency, frequency, amount, shape, constitue…
black/tarry stool
red stool
narrow or pencil shaped stool
fecal characteristics
color, odor, consistency, frequency, amount, shape, constitue…
Upper GI bleed
black/tarry stool
Nursing 112 Bowel Elimination
Def. of Diarrhea
Causes of Acute Infectious Diarrhea
CM's of diarrhea
Diagnostic studies- Diarrhea
passage of at least three loose or liquid stool per day.
Rotavirus (V)- periumbilical pain, massive stools... Norovirus…
acute-fever, nausea, vomiting and malaise... CHRONIC- LAST LONGE…
- stool sample taken, examined for WBC, muscus, blood, and pa…
Def. of Diarrhea
passage of at least three loose or liquid stool per day.
Causes of Acute Infectious Diarrhea
Rotavirus (V)- periumbilical pain, massive stools... Norovirus…
21 terms
Bowel Elimination - Nursing Fundamentals
bowel training
cathartics
clostridium difficle
colostomy
a program that helps some patients defecate normally, especia…
drugs that act to promote bowel evacuation
a common causative agent of diarrhea in which symptoms range…
a temporary or permanent artificial opening in the colon
bowel training
a program that helps some patients defecate normally, especia…
cathartics
drugs that act to promote bowel evacuation
27 terms
Bowel elimination nursing
Anus
Bowel incontinence
Bowel-training program
Cathartic
opening at the end of anal canal
the inability of the anal sphincter to control the discharge…
program that manipulates factors within a person's control (t…
medication that strongly increases gastrointestinal motility…
Anus
opening at the end of anal canal
Bowel incontinence
the inability of the anal sphincter to control the discharge…
11 terms
Bowel Elimination gerontological nursing
presbyesophagus
presbyesophagus risk for ?
what results do reduced HCL and pepsin…
reduced pepsin can interfere with what?
age-related changes to the esophagus causing reduced strength…
indigestion and aspiration (test 1)
gastric irritation
interfere with the absorption of protein.
presbyesophagus
age-related changes to the esophagus causing reduced strength…
presbyesophagus risk for ?
indigestion and aspiration (test 1)
71 terms
Nursing bowel elimination and urination
what is the biggest cause for a UTI?
analgesic effect on urination
urinary retention
UTI
E. Coli
can lead to incontinence
an accumulation of urine due to the inability of the bladder…
results from catheterization or procedure
what is the biggest cause for a UTI?
E. Coli
analgesic effect on urination
can lead to incontinence
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Bowel elimination for Nursing 313
Stomach
Small intestine
Large Intestine
Nervous System
stores food, secretes digestive enzymes, churns food, pushes…
10 ft long, 1 in wide, secretes enzymes, responsible for dige…
Primary organ for elimination, absorbs water, forms feces, ex…
Autonomic nervous system, paraysympathetic nervous stimulates…
Stomach
stores food, secretes digestive enzymes, churns food, pushes…
Small intestine
10 ft long, 1 in wide, secretes enzymes, responsible for dige…
nursing 112 bowel elimination
small intestine made up of:... and functi…
lg intestine definition and functions
peristalsis
bowel elimination variables
duodenum... jejunum... ileum... -digestion of food, and absorption of…
-primary organ of bowel elimination ... -extends from the ileoce…
-under control of the ans... -contractions occur every 3-12 mins…
-developmental considerations, daily patterns, food and fluid…
small intestine made up of:... and functi…
duodenum... jejunum... ileum... -digestion of food, and absorption of…
lg intestine definition and functions
-primary organ of bowel elimination ... -extends from the ileoce…
Bowel Elimination: The Nursing Process
Where must the suppository be placed?
Etiology of constipation?
Complications of constipation?
Anal fissure?
It must touch the mucosa
Irregular dedication habits, lax overuse, inappropriate diet,…
Hemorrhoids, anal fissures, rectal prolapse, rupture of the s…
Tears in the skin around the anus
Where must the suppository be placed?
It must touch the mucosa
Etiology of constipation?
Irregular dedication habits, lax overuse, inappropriate diet,…
12 terms
Nursing 37 Bowel Elimination
Esophagogastroduodenoscopy
colonoscopy
sigmoidoscopy
wireless capsule endoscopy
an endoscopic examination of the esophagus, stomach, and uppe…
examination colon from the rectum to the cecum
examination of the sigmoid colon with a rigid or flexible sig…
Swallow a pill camera
Esophagogastroduodenoscopy
an endoscopic examination of the esophagus, stomach, and uppe…
colonoscopy
examination colon from the rectum to the cecum
63 terms
Bowel elimination nursing fundamentals
Cardiac sphincter
Pyloric sphincter
Chemical digestion in the small intest…
3 divisions of the small intestines
keeps food from reentering the esophagus (between esophagus &…
keeps food from reentering the stomach (between the stomach &…
-Amylase digests starches... -Trypsin digests proteins... -Lipase…
Duodenum, Jejunum, Ileum
Cardiac sphincter
keeps food from reentering the esophagus (between esophagus &…
Pyloric sphincter
keeps food from reentering the stomach (between the stomach &…
48 terms
Nursing 106 - Bowel Elimination
Physiological Processes & Elimination…
Physiological Processes & Elimination…
Physiological Processes & Elimination…
Physiological Processes & Elimination…
Age: Infants (smaller stomach capacity, less secretion of dig…
Diet: Regular daily food intake helps maintain a regular patt…
Physical Activity: stimulates peristalsis, immobilization dep…
Pschological Factors: emotional stress - digestive process is…
Physiological Processes & Elimination…
Age: Infants (smaller stomach capacity, less secretion of dig…
Physiological Processes & Elimination…
Diet: Regular daily food intake helps maintain a regular patt…
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Essentials in Nursing - Bowel Elimination
feces
stool
hemorrhoids
defecation
solid waste products that have reached the distal end of the…
feces that are excreted
when veins in rectum become abnormally distended
process of bowel elimination
feces
solid waste products that have reached the distal end of the…
stool
feces that are excreted
49 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing (Bowel Elimination)
True or False: The large intestine is…
The two primary function of the colon…
True or False: The colon does not form…
Does the colon produce B-Complex vitam…
True
- Absorption of Water and Electrolytes... - Formation of Feces a…
False. The colon does produce vitamin K.
Yes
True or False: The large intestine is…
True
The two primary function of the colon…
- Absorption of Water and Electrolytes... - Formation of Feces a…
76 terms
Nursing 310 Urinary & Bowel Elimination
2000-2400 mL
Menstruating women
micturition
Urinary Incontinence
A person with no fluid restrictions should drink how much flu…
Which of the following are at greatest risk for a UTI?
Voiding urine, urination is also known as
Involuntary loss of urine that causes a problem
2000-2400 mL
A person with no fluid restrictions should drink how much flu…
Menstruating women
Which of the following are at greatest risk for a UTI?
12 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 29 Bowel Elimination
Identify the basic structures and func…
Discuss factors that affect bowel elim…
Describe normal bowel elimination
Differentiate among the various types…
...
...
...
...
Identify the basic structures and func…
...
Discuss factors that affect bowel elim…
...
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Nursing Fundamentals Chapter 46- Bowel Elimination
Segmentation
Peristalsis
Mouth
Stomach
Digestion begins with mastication.
Stores food; mixes food, liquid, and digestive juices; moves…
Segmentation
Peristalsis
Bowel Elimination - Science and Technology of Nursing
fecal characteristics
Upper GI bleed
Lower GI bleed
Bowel obstruction/rapid peristalsis
color, odor, consistency, frequency, amount, shape, constitue…
black/tarry stool
red stool
narrow or pencil shaped stool
fecal characteristics
color, odor, consistency, frequency, amount, shape, constitue…
Upper GI bleed
black/tarry stool
41 terms
Bowel Elimination - Science and Technology of Nursing
fecal characteristics
Upper GI bleed
Lower GI bleed
Bowel obstruction/rapid peristalsis
color, odor, consistency, frequency, amount, shape, constitue…
black/tarry stool
red stool
narrow or pencil shaped stool
fecal characteristics
color, odor, consistency, frequency, amount, shape, constitue…
Upper GI bleed
black/tarry stool
89 terms
Nursing 206 Urinary and Bowel elimination
bladder capacity
phenazopyridine
standing urine
incontinent urine smell
600-1000 ml
drug: For relief of burning, pain, urgency, frequency and oth…
turns cloudy if it stands in a cup
like ammonia
bladder capacity
600-1000 ml
phenazopyridine
drug: For relief of burning, pain, urgency, frequency and oth…
21 terms
Nursing Chapter 33 (Bowel Elimination)
Borborygmi
Clostridium difficile (C-diff)
Colonoscopy
Constipation
Loud, rumbling sounds produced by the normal movement of gas…
Organism that causes a serve gastrointestinal infection resul…
An endoscopic prodecure that can visualize the colon up to th…
Infrequent, sometimes painful passage of hard, dry stool.
Borborygmi
Loud, rumbling sounds produced by the normal movement of gas…
Clostridium difficile (C-diff)
Organism that causes a serve gastrointestinal infection resul…
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Bowel Elimination Nursing Exam 3
segmentation
peristalsis
what system effects rate of mobility?
where does absorption happen?
alternating contraction/relaxation
propel contents through intestine
autonomic
duodenum and jejunum
segmentation
alternating contraction/relaxation
peristalsis
propel contents through intestine
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Introduction To Nursing: Urinary & Bowel Elimination
Urinary Elimination Terms
Oliguria
Anuria
Polyuria
*Urination... *Micturition ... *Voiding
Little Urine
No Urine
Excessive Urine
Urinary Elimination Terms
*Urination... *Micturition ... *Voiding
Oliguria
Little Urine
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nursing ch. 29 bowel elimination fall 2015
pepsin
gastric lipase
chyme
duodenum
protein digesting enzyme in the stomach
enzyme in stomach that begins the digestion of lipids
food leaving stomach
first section of small intestine--chyme plus enzymes, bile du…
pepsin
protein digesting enzyme in the stomach
gastric lipase
enzyme in stomach that begins the digestion of lipids
15 terms
Nurse 202: Bowel Elimination Vocab
Feces
Stool
Hemorrhoids
Defecation
Inside the body
Outside the body
Dilated veins
Discharge of feces in the body
Feces
Inside the body
Stool
Outside the body
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Nursing Concepts II Chapter 37 Bowel Elimination
The Large Intestine
The Small and Large Intestines
Process of Peristalsis
Peristaltic Movements in the Intestine
Primary organ of bowel elimination... Extends from the ileocecal…
-Peristalsis is under control of the nervous system.... -Contrac…
The Large Intestine
Primary organ of bowel elimination... Extends from the ileocecal…
The Small and Large Intestines
101 final matching bowel elimination
stimulant laxatives
lubricant
bulk producing agent
stool softener
(sennosides, bisacodyl, castor oil)... induce bowel movements by…
(mineral oil)... loosens bowel contents and encourages evacuation
(methylcellulose, psyllium)... absorbs water and expands, increa…
(docusate sodium, glycerin, lactulose)... makes bowel movements…
stimulant laxatives
(sennosides, bisacodyl, castor oil)... induce bowel movements by…
lubricant
(mineral oil)... loosens bowel contents and encourages evacuation
39 terms
Nursing Fundamentals - Chapter 30 Bowel Elimination
Defecation
Chyme
distention
frequency of elimination
the process of bowel elimination
semiliquid mass of partly digested food and digestive secreti…
stretching out of the intestinal walls
infants - 3-6 x... children through adulthood 1-2 x... peristalsis…
Defecation
the process of bowel elimination
Chyme
semiliquid mass of partly digested food and digestive secreti…
20 terms
Bowel Elimination Nursing Fundamentals Chapter 30
Colonoscopy
Constipation
Impaction
Diarrhea
the provider visualizes and may collect tissue for a biopsy o…
bowel pattern of difficult and hard, dry feces.... * may result…
stool that is wedged into the rectum with diarrhea fluid leak…
Frequent, liquid stools caused by various disorders
Colonoscopy
the provider visualizes and may collect tissue for a biopsy o…
Constipation
bowel pattern of difficult and hard, dry feces.... * may result…
15 terms
Nursing Science #3- Bowel Elimination
What are the parts of the GI tract?
What factors affect B.E?
Common problems in B.E:
Where is a loop colostomy placed?
-Mouth... -Esophagus... -Stomach... -Small & large intestine... -Anus... -De…
-Age... -Diet... -Fluid intake... -Physical Activity... -Medication
-Constipation... -Impaction... -Diarrhea... -Incontinence... -Flatulence…
-Temporarily placed in the transverse colon-
What are the parts of the GI tract?
-Mouth... -Esophagus... -Stomach... -Small & large intestine... -Anus... -De…
What factors affect B.E?
-Age... -Diet... -Fluid intake... -Physical Activity... -Medication
41 terms
Level 5 Nursing exam (bowel elimination)
Bowel Training
cleansing enema
clostridium difficile
constipation
program that helps an individual defecate normally.... It invo…
The instillation of a solution into the rectum and sigmoid co…
inflammation of the colon caused by C. diff bacteria. ... sympt…
difficulty passing stool... hardening of stool, infrequent bowe…
Bowel Training
program that helps an individual defecate normally.... It invo…
cleansing enema
The instillation of a solution into the rectum and sigmoid co…
36 terms
Nursing 1 Unit 3 Bowel Elimination Vocabulary
Anus
Bowel Incontinence
Cathartic
Chyme
A muscular opening at the end of the rectum through which was…
A nursing diagnosis defined as a state in which an individual…
1) adjective- pertaining to a substance that causes evacuatio…
The viscous, semifluid contents of the stomach present during…
Anus
A muscular opening at the end of the rectum through which was…
Bowel Incontinence
A nursing diagnosis defined as a state in which an individual…
Foundations of Nursing // Chapter 46: Bowel Elimination
soften the stool and promote peristalsis
C.Diff, common agent of diarrhea it is…
surgical opening crated in the colon
an increase in the number of stools an…
Cathartics And Laxatives
Clostridium difficile
Colostomy
Diarrhea
soften the stool and promote peristalsis
Cathartics And Laxatives
C.Diff, common agent of diarrhea it is…
Clostridium difficile
18 terms
Essentials For Nursing Practice CH 35 BOWEL ELIMINATION
Peristalsis
Colon
Flatus
Feces
Involuntary waves of muscle contraction that keep food moving…
Large intestine.
Gas expelled through the anus.
Undigested food material and other waste products that exit t…
Peristalsis
Involuntary waves of muscle contraction that keep food moving…
Colon
Large intestine.
26 terms
Nursing 170 Final Flashcards: Alterations in Bowel Elimination
ileus
defecation
dehydration
hemorrhoids
temporary cessation of peristalsis
passage of feces from the digestive tract through the rectum
this problem can occur from diarrhea; in the infant & young c…
an intervention to treat this problem may include the use of…
ileus
temporary cessation of peristalsis
defecation
passage of feces from the digestive tract through the rectum
52 terms
Nursing Concepts II Chapter 37 Bowel Elimination
The Large Intestine
The Small and Large Intestines
Process of Peristalsis
Peristaltic Movements in the Intestine
Primary organ of bowel elimination... Extends from the ileocecal…
-Peristalsis is under control of the nervous system.... -Contrac…
The Large Intestine
Primary organ of bowel elimination... Extends from the ileocecal…
The Small and Large Intestines
Nursing Fundamentals Chapter 46- Bowel Elimination
Segmentation
Peristalsis
Mouth
Stomach
Digestion begins with mastication.
Stores food; mixes food, liquid, and digestive juices; moves…
Segmentation
Peristalsis
25 terms
Basic Nursing Bowel Elimination - Ch.31
Anal Sphincter
Appliance
Colostomy
Constipation
Ring shaped bands of muscles.
Bag or collection device over the stoma.
Surgically created opening to the portion of the colon.
Elimination problem characterized by dry, hard stool that is…
Anal Sphincter
Ring shaped bands of muscles.
Appliance
Bag or collection device over the stoma.
40 terms
Nursing 2021 Exam #5 Bowel Elimination
nas/o
nephr/o
ocul/o
opthaml/o
nose
kidney
eye
eye
nas/o
nose
nephr/o
kidney
55 terms
Nursing 101 Urinary elimination
Anuria
Bacturia
Cystitis
Diuresis
Complete suppression of urine formation by the kidney
The presence of bacteria in the urine.
Inflammation of the bladder, most of the time caused by a bac…
Excretion of urine; commonly denotes production of unusually…
Anuria
Complete suppression of urine formation by the kidney
Bacturia
The presence of bacteria in the urine.
32 terms
Ch. 32: Fundamentals of Nursing (Craven) - Bowel Elimination
borborygmi
Clostridium difficile (C-diff)
colonoscopy
colostomy
Loud, rumbling sounds produced by the normal movement of gas…
a bacterium which infects and can make humans ill, as well as…
a test that allows your doctor to look at the inner lining of…
Opening of a part of the colon onto the abdominal skin surface
borborygmi
Loud, rumbling sounds produced by the normal movement of gas…
Clostridium difficile (C-diff)
a bacterium which infects and can make humans ill, as well as…
23 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing - Ch 47 - Bowel Elimination
Bowel training
Cathartics
Chyme
Clostridium difficile
AKA habit training; training body to establish a normal defec…
Drugs that act to promote bowel evacuation.
The pulpy acidic fluid that passes from the stomach to the sm…
AKA C. difficile or C. diff, is a bacterium that can cause sy…
Bowel training
AKA habit training; training body to establish a normal defec…
Cathartics
Drugs that act to promote bowel evacuation.
36 terms
Nursing Foundations Chapter 46 Bowel Elimination
During the nursing assessment a patien…
When assessing a 55-year-old patient w…
Which of the following medications lis…
A cleansing enema is ordered for a 55-…
Lactose intolerance.
As part of a routine examination for colon cancer
Aspirin... Nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
750 to 1000 mL
During the nursing assessment a patien…
Lactose intolerance.
When assessing a 55-year-old patient w…
As part of a routine examination for colon cancer
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