Skills Chapter 29 Promoting Urinary Elimation

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  1. Absence of urine?
    anuria
  2. Insertion of a tube into the bladder?
    catheterization
  3. Chair with a container inserted to catch urine or feces?
    commode chair
  4. A condom with a tube attached to the distal end that is attacherd to a drainage bag?
    condom catheter
  5. Massage from top of the bladder to bottom by starting above the pubic bone and rocking the palm of the hand steadily downward is called?
    Crede's maneuver
  6. Inflammation of the bladder?
    cystitis
  7. Symptoms of cystitis are frequency, urgency, burning, malaise, foul-smelling urine, slight temperature elevation, and __________ which is (painful urination).
    dysuria
  8. To much glucose in the blood (hyperglycemia) goes hand in hand with __________ (glucose in the urine).
    Glycosuria
  9. ________ (blood in the urine) occurs frm bleeding somewhere in the urinary system.
    Hematuria
  10. Cystitis may be caused by irritation of highly concentrated urine, pathogenic bacteria, injury, or __________ (putting in a solution) of an irriating substance.
    instillation
  11. ____________ is often the bacterium responsibile for cystitis, especially in females.
    Escherichia coli
  12. __________ (ketones in the urine) occurs when the patient is in ketoacidosis. This occurs in uncrolled diabetes melitus?
    Ketonuria
  13. The internal sphincter relaxes in response to the __________ (urinating) reflex.
    micturition
  14. Voiding during the night?
    nocturia
  15. __________ (decreased amount of urine output) occurs when urine output falls below 400 mL in 24 hours. It may be a sign of kidney failure, blockage, or retention.
    Oliguria
  16. _________ (excess urination) output greater than 1500 mL in 24 hours. It is usually associated with either diabetes mellitus, in which there is an absence of insulin, or diabetes insipidus, in which there is a decrease in production of antidiuretic hormone.
    Polyuria
  17. _________ (protein in the urine) occurs at times of stress, when infection is present, when there has been recent strenuous exercise, or when there is a disorder of the glomeruli.
    Proteinuria
  18. ________ (pus in the urine) occurs when there is a bacterial infection present in the kidneys or bladder. Bacteria will be present in the urine in large numbers.
    Pyuria
  19. __________ is urine left in the bladder after urination. This urine can become stagnant and predisposes to infection.
    residual urine
  20. Narrowed lumen?
    stricture
  21. Above the pubic bone?
    suprapubic
  22. Inability to prevent passing urine?
    urinary incontinence
  23. The elderly male is likely to experience _________ _______ (urine retained in the bladder after voiding), as the prostate gland hypertrophies with aging. Retension may predispose to episodes of urinary tract infection. Report this problem to a physician if persistant.
    urinary retention
  24. To expell urine?
    urination
  25. An instrument that reads the amount of light the urine absorbs, or by the use of a chemical dipstick. Normal range is 1.010 to 1.030
    urinometer
  26. The pH of normal urine is slightly acid, ranging from _._ to _._
    5.5 to 7.0
  27. When the ureter exits on the abdominal wall, discharging urine through the opening, it is called a _________ (opening through the opening through which urine drains)
    urostomy
  28. To excrete urine?
    void

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