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Agenda . Warm-up Notes Activity (hands-on) Closure activity (3-2-1) Objective: How to insert and properly care for a catheter. 9.2 Describe strategies for prevention of dzs 9.3 Apply practices that promote prevention of dz and injury

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agenda
Agenda
  • Warm-up
  • Notes
  • Activity (hands-on)
  • Closure activity (3-2-1)
  • Objective: How to insert and properly care for a catheter.
  • 9.2 Describe strategies for prevention of dzs
  • 9.3 Apply practices that promote prevention of dz and injury
  • 7.1 Demonstrate principles of infection control related to transmission based precautions
  • 7.4 Discuss implications of hazardous materials
warm up
Warm up
  • A condition in which bones become porous and break easily is _______.
  • The essential nutrients made up of amino acids are ______.
  • Organic compounds necessary to life are ______.
  • The type of therapeutic diet that consists of easily digested foods that do not irritate the digestive tract is a ______.
  • The essential nutrients that provide nine calories per gram are _______.
warm up1
Warm up
  • A condition in which bones become porous and break easily is osteoporosis.
  • The essential nutrients made up of amino acids are proteins.
  • Organic compounds necessary to life are vitamins.
  • The type of therapeutic diet that consists of easily digested foods that do not irritate the digestive tract is a bland diet.
  • The essential nutrients that provide nine calories per gram are lipids.
urinary drainage

Urinary-Drainage

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what is a catheter
What is a Catheter?
  • A hollow tube, usually made of a soft rubber or plastic, that is inserted into the bladder of pts that are unable to urinate.
  • Urinary Drainage bag
    • bag attached to the catheter to collect drained urine
types
Types
  • French (or straight)
    • inserted into the bladder to drain urine but is not left in the bladder
    • usually used to collect a sterile urine specimen
  • Foley (aka indwelling or retention)
    • usually used to drain the bladder over an extended period of time
    • has a small balloon on the end that is inserted into the bladder that is inflated to prevent the tube from sliding out of the body
  • Condom (external)
    • eliminate the need for an internal catheter and decrease the chance of urinary infection
    • is placed on the penis and attached to the urinary-drainage tubing and collection bag
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Condom catheter

Foley Catheter

Urinary Drainage Bag

French Catheter

procedures providing catheter care
Procedures (Providing Catheter Care)
  • 1. Assemble equipment
  • 2. I-WIPE
  • 3. Elevate bed
  • 4. Cover pt
  • 5. Position ptSUPINE position c legs spread and bent
  • 6. Open catheter kit
  • 7. Place disposal pad under pt
  • 8. Put on gloves
  • 9. Obtain sterile applicator
  • 10. Female:
    • Use thumb and forefinger to open labia
    • Wipe front to back of meatus c app, excessively clean
    • Dispose of applicator
  • 11. With a sterile app, clean the catheter from the meatus down 4in, repeat c new sterile app
  • Observe area for signs of irritation, ab discharge, or crusting
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Remove under pad and place in waste basket

  • Remove gloves, wash hands
  • Check catheter to make sure it is strapped to the leg
  • Observeall checkpoints before leaving pt
  • Place call signal, water, and supplies w/in reaching distance
  • Lower bed to lowest level
  • Tube is free of kinks
  • Tube is positioned to allow for proper flow of urine
  • Drainage bag is attached to bed frame and below level of bladder
  • Drainage tubing is above level of drainage bag
  • Urine is flowing into bag
  • Place all disposable supplies into waste basket
  • Wash hands
  • Report and/or record
procedures emptying a urinary drainage unit
Procedures (Emptying a Urinary Drainage Unit)
  • Obtain proper equip
  • IWIPE
  • Place towel under bag
  • Put cylinder on top of towel
  • Empty urine back by releasing clamp
  • Clamp drainage tube and clean with antiseptic or disinfectant swab, then replace tube in the unit
  • Observe all checkpoints before leaving the room
  • Recordamt and color of urine
    • Save specimen if needed if anything unusual occurs
  • Empty cylinder into toilet and rinse c cold water, and wash with soapy, warm water
  • Remove gloves and wash hands
closure
closure
  • 3-2-1
sources
Sources
  • Textbook: Diversified Health Occupations sixth edition by Louise Simmers
  • Google images