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Urinary System Disorders NCLEX Questions and Answers (Q&A)

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Answered: Jul 04, 2020
Cottage cheese–like discharge

The symptoms of C. albicans include itching and a scant white discharge that has the consistency of cottage cheese.Option B: Yellow-green discharge is a sign...Read More

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Wiping the self-sealing aspiration port with antiseptic solution and aspirating urine with a sterile needle.

Most catheters have a self-sealing port for obtaining a urine specimen....Read More

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Hyperglycemia

An extended dwell time increases the risk of hyperglycemia in the client with diabetes mellitus as a result of absorption of glucose from the dialysate and electrolyte...Read More

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Phenazopyridine (Pyridium)

Phenazopyridine may be prescribed in conjunction with an antibiotic for painful bladder infections to promote comfort. Because of its local anesthetic action on...Read More

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After painful urination is relieved. stop taking phenazopyridine.

Pyridium is taken to relieve dysuria because is provides an analgesic and anesthetic effect on the urinary tract mucosa....Read More

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Evaluate the patient’s circulation and vital signs

A total UO of 120ml is too low. Assess the patients circulation and hemodynamic stability for signs of hypovolemia. A fluid bolus may be...Read More

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Answered: Dec 26, 2018
Correct answer is option C – normal to low urine specific gravity. Urine specific gravity is a parameter use to compare the density of urine to the density of water. It is use to dete...Read More

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Set up specific times to empty the bladder

Instruct the patient with neurogenic bladder to write down his voiding pattern and empty the bladder at the same times each day.

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Delay catheterization and notify the doctor

Bleeding at the urethral meatus is evidence that the urethra is injured. Because catheterization can cause further harm. consult with the doctor.

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Hemorrhage

Hemorrhage is a potential complication.Option A: Pneumonia may occur if the patient doesnt cough and deep breathe.Option C: Urine retention isnt a problem soon after surgery...Read More

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Place the client in good body alignment

If outflow drainage is inadequate. the nurse attempts to stimulate outflow by changing the clients position. Turning the client to the other side or...Read More

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Urine output. 20 ml/hour

The decrease in urinary output may indicate inadequate renal perfusion and should be reported immediately. Urine output of 30 ml/hour or greater is considered...Read More

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Administer oxygen

Airway and oxygenation are always the first priority. Because the client is complaining of shortness of breath and his oxygen saturation is only 89%. the nurse needs to...Read More

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Check the patient’s latest potassium level

The patient with ESRD may develop arrhythmias caused by hypokalemia.Option A: Call the doctor after checking the patients potassium...Read More

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Answered: Jul 04, 2020
Monitor the client for signs and symptoms of cystitis

Cystitis is the most common adverse reaction of clients undergoing radiation therapy; symptoms include dysuria. frequency. urgency. and...Read More

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