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in cases of urinary retention, not in urinary incontinence. Text Reference - p. 1090 When teaching a patient about techniques to manage urinary incontinence, which instructions should the nurse include as important? Select all that apply. 1 Practice timed voiding. 2 Drink a cup of coffee. 3 Perform pelvic floor muscle training. 4 Perform intermittent catheterization. 5 Use incontinence protective pads 70. 2, 4 The feeling of incomplete passage of urine and frequent leakage of small amounts of urine indicates overflow incontinence, which commonly occurs after a patient undergoes surgery or anesthesia. Finasteride is used to decrease outlet resistance and bethanechol is used to enhance bladder contractions; both are beneficial for the patient's condition. Diazepam is used to relax the external sphincter. Oxybutynin and trospium chloride are used in the treatment of urge incontinence. Text Reference - p. 1088 A patient who has undergone hemorrhoidectomy reports feeling the incomplete passage of urine and frequent leakage of small amounts of urine during the day and night. Which medications are beneficial for the patient's condition? Select all that apply. 1 Diazepam 2 Finasteride 3 Oxybutynin 4 Bethanechol 5 Trospium chloride 71. 3 An intravaginal support device is an anti-incontinence device used to relieve minor pelvic organ prolapse. An external collection device is a containment device used to direct urine into a drainage bag. A penile compression device is applied to the penis to prevent any flow or leakage via the urethra. An intraurethral occlusive device is worn in the urethra to provide mechanical obstruction to prevent urine leakage. Text Reference - p. 1089 A nurse is caring for a patient diagnosed with minor pelvic organ prolapse. Which device is beneficial for the patient? 1 External collection device 2 Penile compression device 3 Intravaginal support device 4 Intraurethral occlusive device
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72. 4 When the collection bag is not reused immediately, it should be filled with 1/2 cup of vinegar, and drained to prevent microorganisms and to avoid odors. If there is a need for frequent irrigation, a triple-lumen catheter is used. In women, the catheter is anchored to the upper thigh. The catheter is changed based on patient assessment, and not on a routine changing schedule. Text Reference - p. 1093 Which statement made by the student nurse regarding the management of patients with an indwelling urinary catheter indicates a need for additional teaching by the registered nurse? 1 "A triple-lumen catheter is used for frequent irrigations." 2 "The catheter is attached to the upper thigh in women." 3 "The catheter should be replaced based on patient assessment." 4 "If the bag is not reused immediately, wash it with soap and water." 73. 2 A penile sheath is a containment device that directs urine into a drainage bag.
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