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Stack #38434

acetone ketone bodies that appear in the urine because of the rapid breakdown of fat for energy
catheter a tube used to drain or inject fluid through a body opening
catheterization the process of inserting a catheter
dysuria painful or difficult (dys) urination (uria)
Foley catheter a catheter that is left in place in the urinary bladder so urine drains constantly into a drainage bag; an indwelling or retention catheter
funtional incontinence the involuntary, unpredicted loss of urine from the bladder
glucosuria sugar (glucos) in the urine (uria); glycosuria
glycosuria sugar (glycos) in the urine (uria); glucosuria
hematuria blood (hemat) in the urine (uria)
indwelling catheter a retention or Foley catheter
ketones ketone bodies, acetone
ketone body acetone
micturition the process of emptying urine from the bladder; urination or voiding
mixed incontinence a combination of urge and stress incontinence
nocturia frequent urination (uria) at night (noct)
oliguria scant amount (olig) of urine (uria); usually less than 500 ml in 24 hours
overflow incontinence the loss of urine when the bladder is too full
polyuria the production of abnormally large amounts (poly) of urine (uria)
reflex incontinence the loss of urine at predictable intervals; unconscious incontinence
retention catheter a Foley or indwelling catheter
straight catheter a catheter that drains the bladder and is removed
stress incontinence the loss of small amounts of urine with exercise and certain movements
unconscious incontinence reflex incontinence
urge incontinence the involuntary loss of urine after feeling a strong need to void
urinary frequencey voiding at frequent intervals
urinary incontinence the inability to control the loss of urine from the bladder
urinary urgency the need to void immediately
urination the process of emptying urine from the bladder; micturition or voiding
voiding urination or micturition
Created by: jstruss