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toileting

 [toi´let-ing]
1. using a toilet; defecation and urination.
2. helping a patient with defecation and urination.
patterned urge response toileting a technique for bladder training, especially in patients with functional incontinence; the patient is prompted to urinate based on results of a voiding diary that indicates maximum functional capacity. The nurse records the patient's cognitive and behavioral responses to prompted toileting.
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A procedure called positive practice involves intensive practice of appropriate toileting behaviors following detection of an accident.
If all else fails, take a break from toileting for a month or two.
If toileting is not progressing as expected, misperceptions also can lead to feelings of parental inadequacy.
Intermittent topical antibiotic treatment and regular aural toileting in clinic were prescribed.
The lowest percentage of incontinent subjects following a scheduled toileting programme is observed in Italy (5.
If the child is cognitively and neurologically mature, the toileting process should begin, as usual, at 2 1/2 to 3 years of age (Berk & Friman, 1990; Bloom, Seeley, Ritchey, & McGuire, 1993; Robson & Leung, 1991).
First, an ANOVA model was formed for predicting nursing cost using the four late loss ADLs: eating, bed mobility, transferring, and toileting.
Toileting alarms alert the caregiver when toileting is complete and have proven very effective in the rehabilitation and home care setting.
A targeted UI history to a) establish type and severity of incontinence; b) identify associated symptoms (urinary frequency and urgency, bothersome nocturia, enuresis, difficulty or incomplete bladder emptying, fecal incontinence, constipation, symptoms suggesting a urinary tract infection); c) assess toileting ability and access; d) determine the amount, type, and frequency of fluid intake; e) identify current or previous treatments for UI and their effectiveness and tolerability; and f) assess the impact of UI on personal and social life.
Provide accessible facilities for bathing and toileting (private or shared).
The elderly disabled must realise that social care is for those who need help dressing/feeding/ toileting and personal hygiene it does not include the rent and food.
I want someone to wash, feed and see to my toileting without making me feel like a nuisance.