Card Set Information
Healthy elimination requires an intake of
2000ml – 3000ml/ day
no urine being produced by the kidneys or total urine produce in 24 hours less than 100mL/24hours
total urinary output- between 100-400ml/24hrs
Toilet training begin
after 18th month of life
Amount of urine removed each time
Removes 350-400 ml each time
Using small part of ileum segment of small intestine as bladder to which ureter drains freely
Ileal Conduit Urinary Diversion
Using right colon( large colon) and ileum to construct a reservoir
Kock Pouch Reservoir
Involves diversion of ureter straight out to the abdominal skin rather than empty into a reservoir
used to decompress stomach by
Double lumen nasogastric tube
Salem sump tube:
a tube passed from mouth to stomach with a large suction lumen.
Used to remove toxic substances from the stomach- such as drug overdose
A long double-lumen tube passed through the nose the esophagus, the stomach into the small intestine.
A single-lumen long tube with a small inflatable bag at the distal end
Approximately________ of formula is administered over a 30- to 60-minute period every 3 to 6 hours.
300 to 400 ml