Management of Patients with Urinary Disorders Quiz
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Management of Patients with Urinary Disorders Quiz

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1. The major complication of neurogenic bladder is:

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2. A patient being prescribed a diet moderately reduced in calcium and phosphorus should be taught to avoid:

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3. A sign of possible UTI is:

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4. A first-line fluoroquinolone antibacterial agent for UTIs that has been found to be significantly effective is:

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5. Nursing measures for the patient with neurogenic bladder include:

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6. When managing a closed urinary drainage system, the nurse needs to remember not to:

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7. Health information for a female patient diagnosed as having cystitis includes all of the following except:

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8. The most common symptom of cancer of the bladder is:

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9. The urinary diversion whereby the patient will void from his rectum for the rest of his life is known as a:

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10. There is an increased risk of UTIs in the presence of:

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11. The most effective intravesical agent for transurethral resection or fulguration for bladder cancer is:

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12. Incontinence or dyssynergia is a voiding dysfunction found in the following neurogenic disorder:

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13. An example of an upper urinary tract infection (UTI) is:

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14. The most common organism responsible for UTIs in women and the elderly is:

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15. The type of incontinence that results from a sudden increase in intra-abdominal pressure is:

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16. The major cause of death for patients with neurologic impairment of the bladder is:

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17. The predominant cause of bladder cancer is:

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18. The most common site of a lower UTI is the:

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19. A major clinical manifestation of renal stones is:

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20. Patients with urolithiasis need to be encouraged to:

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21. Fluid management as a method of behavioral therapy for incontinence requires a daily liquid intake of:

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22. Frequently, a urinary analgesic is prescribed for relief of burning, pain, and other symptoms of a UTI. An example would be:

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23. Spastic neurogenic bladder is associated with all of the following except:

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24. A woman is taught to catheterize herself by inserting the catheter into the urethra:

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25. Complications of chronic pyelonephritis include:

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