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Kim JohnsonDocumentation Assignments1.Document your initial focused urinary assessment of Ms. Johnson.First I checked patients vital signs, the finding were: BP 122/82, SpO2 96%, Pulse 90 regular, equal, Respirations were clean 20 breath per minute, temperature is 98F (36.8C).After the findings were normal patient was asked about her urine output and color. Patient was asked if she has any UTI’s, pain or burning sensation when she urinates and she said no. Patient was educated on her bladder management program. The patient successfully tolerated the straight catheterization procedure. The patient reported no pain.I also checked the skin turgor in which the skin snapped back quickly and did not tent. 2.Document Ms. Johnson’s straight catheterization procedure.- I explained the procedure to the patient. -I Place female patients in a supine position with legs spread apart with pillows under the legs and draped with a sheet since patient has paraplegia and is unable to hold her leg on