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B&B retraining/I&O

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How often should you toilet a resident during the day that is on a bladder retraining program? q2hr
The nurse assistant helps in the bowel retraining program by: observing and recording resident’s usual pattern of elimination
One ounce equals: 30cc
If the resident is unable to stay dry for at least 2 hours, then how often should you toilet them? q2hr
What is the adequate fluid intake for a 24 hour period of time? 2000-3000cc
All of the following are reasons why elderly may take less fluids EXCEPT: Don’t want to bother anyone to get drinks.
What is considered intake? po fluids, IV flds, TF flds
What is considered a liquid? anything that melts at room temperature.
Responsibilities of the nurse assistant in the bladder retraining program: keep accurate I&O, toilet/prompt on schedule, offer fluids
1 ml= 1cc
If a resident suffers from chronic bladder incontinence, what should you do? place them on a scheduled toileting or prompted voiding program.
How often should you toilet a resident during the night that is on a bladder retraining schedule? q4hr
What are routes to administer fluids? oral, iv, tubefeeding
If the resident usually voids at night but is sleeping during the scheduled toileting time you should: Wake the resident and toilet them
How often do you offer fluids if they are on “frequent fluids”? q2hr
What is considered output? urine, liquid stool, sweat, emesis
When establishing a bowel retraining schedule, observe bowel pattern for: 7-14 days
CNA responsibility in helping a resident with chronic bladder incontinence: set up toileting schedule
How should a CNA encourage frequent fluids? popsicles, jello, ice chips, offer drink with cares, favorite drinks, encouragement
In order to establish a bladder retraining schedule, you must observe the voiding history for: 48-72 hr
Graduate a container marked with lines for measuring liquids
I&O To measure and record all liquids expelled by the resident., as well as liquids consumed.
Prompting to suggest or encourage
PO by mouth
Milliliter same as cubic centimeter
Void to urinate
Diaphoresis excessive sweating
Nocturia to urinate during the night
NG tube or G tube directly into the stomach
B&B Bowel and Bladder
Acute rapid onset, short term
Chronic Long, drawn out, long term
IV into the vein
Created by: HerndonFON