toileting

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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.