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Question 1.

A client comes to the doctor's office with the complaints of going to the bathroom all the time, pain on urination, small amounts of urine being passed when voiding, and a foul smell to the urine. A urine specimen has been sent for analysis. Based on the signs and symptoms expressed by the client, which of the following health problems would be anticipated?

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Question 2.
An appropriate health goal for clients with urinary elimination problems would include:


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Question 3.
Which nursing assessment in the home care environment for clients with urinary elimination problems is inappropriate?


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Question 4.
You are requested to perform teaching to a client in the Emergency Department related to the diagnosis of an urinary tract infection. An intervention to be followed by the client includes:


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Question 5.
Urinary incontinence is not a normal part of aging. An intervention used by nurses to assist clients to regain or maintain continence with individuals suffering from this problem would not include:


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Question 6.
Urinary catheterization is carried out for clients only when absolutely necessary. Which of the following candidates/situations would not warrant the need for this procedure?


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Question 7.

The goal of nursing care of the client with an indwelling catheter and continuous drainage is largely directed at preventing infection of the urinary tract and encouraging urinary flow through the drainage system. Which of the following interventions encouraged by nurses working with these clients would not be appropriate in meeting this goal?

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Question 8.
A urinary diversion is the surgical rerouting of urine from the kidneys to a site other than the bladder. Which type of client would this type of procedure be performed on?


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Question 9.
A practice guideline for nurses to use in preventing catheter-associated urinary infection includes which of the instructions listed below?


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Question 10.

You are counseling a young mother who complains of having stress incontinence continuing for three months after her pregnancy. It has been recommended that she practice pelvic muscle exercises to strengthen her bladder muscles. What action would the nurse recommend to this client in order to perform this activity correctly?

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