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25.A man with urinary incontinence tells the nurse he wears adult diapers for protection. What risks should the nursediscuss with this client?A)Public embarrassmentB)Skin breakdown and UTIC)Inability to control urineD)Odor and leakageDownloaded by Rachael Solomon ([email protected])lOMoARcPSD|6486218
Ans: BFeedback:Clients frequently turn to absorbent products for protection when they are incontinent of urine and if they have not hadthis condition properly diagnosed and treated. When used improperly, such products may cause skin breakdown andplace the client at risk for a UTI.26.A school nurse is educating a class of middle-school girls on how to promote urinary system health. Which of thefollowing statements by one of the girls indicates a need for more information?A)“I will take showers rather than baths.”B)“I will wear underpants with cotton crotches.”C)“I will tell my parents if I have burning or pain.”D)“I will wipe back to front after going to the toilet.”Ans:DFeedback:Teaching about measures to promote urinary system health is a major nursing responsibility. Measures include dryingthe perineal area after urination or defecation from the front to the back (or from urethra to rectum).27.A client is taking diuretics. What should the nurse teach the client about his urine?A)Urinary output will be decreased.B)Urinary output will be increased.C)Urine will be a pale yellow color.D)Urine may be brown or black.Ans: CFeedback:Certain drugs cause the urine to change color. Diuretics can lighten the color of urine to pale yellow. The nurse shouldinform the client about this side effect of the medication.28.A nurse is preparing a client for an invasive diagnostic procedure of the urinary system. What statement by the nursewould help reduce the client’s anxiety?A)“We do these procedures every day, so you don’t need to worry.”B)“I have had this done to me, and it only hurt for a little while.”C)“Why are you so worried? Do you think you have a tumor?”D)“Let me explain to you what they do during this procedure.”Ans:DFeedback:Various diagnostic procedures, typically performed in a hospital operating room or outpatient facility, are used to studythe urinary system. Nurses are responsible for preparing the client and giving aftercare. Explaining the procedure helpsreduce the client’s anxiety.Downloaded by Rachael Solomon ([email protected])lOMoARcPSD|6486218
29.A nurse is caring for a client who is being treated for bladder infection. The client complains to the nurse that he hasbeen having difficulty voiding and feels uncomfortable. How should the nurse document the client’s condition?A)AnuriaB)OliguriaC)PolyuriaD)DysuriaAns:DFeedback:The nurse could document the client’s condition as dysuria, which is difficulty or discomfort when voiding. Dysuria is acommon symptom of trauma to the urethra or bladder infection. Anuria means absence of urine or a volume of 100 mLor less in 24 hours. Oliguria indicates inadequate elimination of urine. Polyuria is the term used to indicate greater thannormal urinary volume, and may accompany minor dietary variations.

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