Nurs 295 Test 4

  1. what are the 5 types of Incontinence?
    • Overflow
    • Stress
    • Urge
    • Functional
    • Reflex
  2. What is reflex incontinence?
    • Neurogenic disorder
    • No urge to void
    • unawareness of bladder filling
    • d/t spinal cord injury
  3. What is neurogenic bladder?
    What causes it?
    • Abnormal bladder function caused by nerve lesion
    • Diabetes
    • Acute infections
    • spinal cord accidents
    • heavy metal poisoning
  4. Lesions on the sacral cord cause what type of incontinence?
    overflow incontinence
  5. Lesions on the brain or spinal cord causes what type of incontinence
    urge incontinence/spastic bladder
  6. What does TURP stand for?
    Transurethral Resection of the Prostate
  7. What does BPH stand for?
    Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy
  8. What effect do anesthetics and narcotic analgesics have on the urinary output?
    reduce urine output and impair sensations of bladder fullness and inhibit micturition.
  9. What is Cystolcele?
    A herniation or protrusion of the urinary bladder through the wall of the vagina
  10. What is Rectocele?
    A protrusion of the rectum into the vagina.
  11. What is urge incontinence?
    involuntary loss with strong urge
  12. What is Functional incontinence?
    Urge to urinate but cannot physically make it to the restroom. Like a little kid.
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Nurs 295 Test 4
Nurs 295 Test 4