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Chap 45

Urinary Elimination

QuestionAnswer
Nocturia awakening to void one or more times a night.
Polyuria Excessive output of urine
Polyuria Excessive output of urine
Oliguria Urine output that is decreased despite normal intake
Oliguria Urine output that is decreased despite normal intake
Anuria No urine produced
Diuresis Increased urine formation
Stoma artificial opening
Urinary retention accumulation of urine resulting from an inability of the bladder to empty properly.
Bacteriuria Bacteria in the bloodstream
Bacteriuria Bacteria in the bloodstream
Dysuria Pain or buring during urination.
Dysuria Pain or buring during urination.
Cystitis An irritated bladder
Cystitis An irritated bladder
Hematuria Blood-tinged urine
Pyelonephritis Kidney infection
Urinary Incontinence involuntary leakage of urine that is sufficent to a problem.
Urinary Incontinence involuntary leakage of urine that is sufficent to a problem.
Nocturnal enuresis nighttime voiding without awakening.
Nocturnal enuresis nighttime voiding without awakening.
Nephrostomy A tube placed directly into the renal pelvis.
Nephrostomy A tube placed directly into the renal pelvis.
Catheterization introducing a latex or plastic tube through the urethra and into the bladder.
Catheterization introducing a latex or plastic tube through the urethra and into the bladder.
Erythropoietin Red blood cell production
Nephron the functional unit of the kidney, forms the urine.
Proteinuria Large proteins in the urine.
Nephron the functional unit of the kidney, forms the urine.
Ketonuria medical condition in which ketone bodies are present in the urine.
Proteinuria Large proteins in the urine.
Urinalysis also known as Routine and Microscopy (R&M), is an array of tests performed on urine, and one of the most common methods of medical diagnosis.
Ketonuria medical condition in which ketone bodies are present in the urine.
Specific gravity weight or degree of concentration of substance compared with an equal volume of water.
Urinalysis also known as Routine and Microscopy (R&M), is an array of tests performed on urine, and one of the most common methods of medical diagnosis.
Specific gravity weight or degree of concentration of substance compared with an equal volume of water.
Urine Culture requires a sterile or clean-voided sample of urine. It take approximately 24 to 48 hours before the lab can report finding of bacterial growth.
Meatus The body's natural urninary opening or canal.
Micturition
Meatus The body's natural urninary opening or canal.
Micturition
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