Chapter 29 - funds

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Chapter 29 - funds
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Promoting Urinary Elimination
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  1. Void patterns for infants, preschoolers and adults
    • infants - 5 to 40 times per day
    • preschool - every 2 hours
    • adult - 5 to 10 times per day
  2. What affects urinary elimination?
    • neurologic and muscle development
    • spinal cord damage
    • volume of fluid intake
    • vomiting
    • diarrhea
    • amount of ADH from the pituitary gland
  3. What does cloudy urine signify?
    bacteria or large amounts of protein
  4. What is the normal PH of urine?
    5.5 - 7.0
  5. Cystitis
    bladder inflammation caused by highly concentrated urine, pathogenic bacteria, injury or instillation of an irritating substance
  6. How often should a patient void?
    every 8 hrs unless an indwelling catheter is in place
  7. How long can urine stand without refrigeration?
    15 minutes
  8. Symptoms of cystitis
    • frequency
    • urgency
    • dysuria (painful urination)
    • burning
    • malaise
    • foul smelling urine
    • slight temperature eleveation
  9. The types of urine specimen collection
    • void specimen for urinalysis
    • midstream urine specimen
    • specimen from an indwelling catheter
    • sterile catheterized specimen
    • 24-hour specimen
    • urinary collecion bag
    • strained specimen
  10. Fracture pan vs. regular bed pan
    • fracture pan has a smaller surface area
    • fracture pan used when patient has musculoskeletal problems
  11. Urinary collection bag
    • used to collect urine specimen from an infant or toddler
    • bag that surrounds the genitals
  12. commode chair
    chair with container used to catch urine or feces
  13. Foley catheter
    • most common indwelling catheter
    • aka retention catheter
    • 2 lumens (drainage, inflation)
    • continuous drainage
  14. 6 types of incontinence
    • urge
    • stress
    • total
    • overflow
    • functional
    • reflex

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