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Import Settings: Base Settings: Brownstone Default Information Field: Chapter Information Field: Client Needs Information Field: Cognitive Level Information Field: Difficulty Information Field: Integrated Process Information Field: Objective Information Field: Page and Header Highest Answer Letter: E Multiple Keywords in Same Paragraph: No Chapter: Chapter 11: Principles and Practices of Rehabilitation Multiple Choice 1. Rehabilitation nursing deals with many and a variety of problems. When caring for a male patient with urinary incontinence, what intervention would the nurse avoid with this patient? A) Intermittent self-catheterization B) Indwelling catheter C) External condom catheter D) Incontinence pads Ans: B Chapter: 11 Client Needs: A-1 Cognitive Level: Application Difficulty: Moderate Integrated Process: Nursing Process Objective: 8 Page and Header: 192, Assessment and Functional Ability Feedback: Indwelling catheters are avoided if at all possible because of the high incidence of urinary tract infections with their use. Intermittent self-catheterization is an appropriate alternative for managing reflex incontinence, urinary retention, and overflow incontinence related to an overdistended bladder. External catheters (condom catheters) and leg bags to collect
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spontaneous voidings are useful for male patients with reflex or total incontinence. Incontinence pads should be used as a last resort because they only manage, rather than solve, the incontinence. 2. You are the nurse caring for a patient with a pressure ulcer. The nurse on the shift before you has done patient teaching about pressure ulcers and what the patient can do to help heal the pressure ulcer. You assess that the patient has understood the teaching by observing what?
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  • Nursing, Cognitive Level, Integrated Process, Assessment and Functional Ability

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