What name through does the nurse refer to this procedure?'A nurse is assisting a client with lower motor neuron damage who has difficulty with urination. The nurse shows the client how to apply gentle pressure over the lower abdomen to empty the bladder.
Credes maneuver is a way to assist helping someone urinate since this patient can’t urinate on his own. This is due to usually a disease that causes a patient to not be able to urinate without help. The way a nurse can help to do this is by pushing on the bladder. The nurse should have training on this in order to not hurt the patient.
The nurse merely applies pressure to the lower part of the abdomen in order to release the liquid in the bladder. Sometimes, the patient may be able to do this on their own. If a nurse is assisting a client with lower motor neuron damage, then he or she will have difficulty with urination.
1. cred\ s maneuver-rationale: the client performs cred s maneuver by applying manual pressure over the lower abdomen. this procedure promotes complete emptying of the bladder in clients with lower motor neuron damage that impairs the voiding reflex. valsalvas maneuver triggers vagal stimulation of the heart. during this maneuver, the client is instructed to take a deep breath and bear down as if defecating. valsalvas maneuver is commonly used to help terminate atrial arrhythmias. kegel exercises involve alternating contraction and relaxation of the perineal muscles. leopolds maneuvers are used to determine fetal position.\r\n\r\nclient needs category: physiological integrity\r\nclient needs subcategory: basic care and comfort\r\ncognitive level: application\r\n\r\nreference: taylor, c., et al. fundamentals of nursing: the art and science of nursing care, 6th ed. philadelphia: lippincott williams & wilkins, 2008, p. 1503.