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Urinary Terms

Voiding Emptying of the bladder
Urosepsis Organism in the bloodstream
Stoma Artificial created opening between a body cavity and the body surface
Residual Urine Volume of urine remaining in the bladder after a normal voiding
Urometer Device for measuring frequent and small amount of urine from a catheter
Proteinuria Protein in the urine
Micturition Act of passing or expelling urine voluntarily through the urethra
Urine Hat Receptacle for collecting urine that fits the toilet
Graduated Measuring Container Receptacle for volume measurement
Urinary Incontinence Inability to control urination
Urinary Reflux Abnormal backflow of urine
Hematuria Abnormal presence of blood in the urine
Urinary Diversion Surgical diversion of the drainage of urine, such as ureterostomy
Dysuria Painful urination resulting from bacteria infection of the bladder
Urinary Catheterization Introduction of a catheter into a body cavity or organ to inject or remove urine
Bacteruria Presence of bacteria in the urine
Ureterostomy Diversion of urine away from a diseased or defective bladder through an artifical opening in the skin
Suprapubic Catheter Catheter surgically inserted through abdomen into the bladder
Bacteremia Organism in the bloodstream
Created by: cwalker75