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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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To find out more about the trial or for advice about responsible toileting, visit www.lochlomond-trossachs.org/needtopoo
They examined how the children's sensory profiles correlate to atypical toileting behaviours.
However, inappropriate toileting behaviour may be resolved by changing the litter, tray type, or location.
While implementation of the fall bundle, linking the call system to bed alarms, and use of chair alarms in every room led to a gradual decrease in the total number of falls, the implementation of a no toileting alone protocol led to the most dramatic decrease in the number of falls.
After toileting, it's lunchtime, and then time for more toileting before tea, and then some people need baths before supper.
ICIQ-OAB scores were significantly positively correlated with all dysfunctional toileting behaviors, with the strongest correlation for premature voiding.
However, toileting behavior and voiding habits have not been well described; therefore, we aimed to collect survey data directly from nurses working in a tertiary academic medical center.
The global medical lifting slings market segmentation is based on product types (bariatric sling, hammock sling, seating sling, stander sling, toileting sling, transfer sling, universal sling, bath, pool and spa lifting sling, tri-turner sling, pediatric sling), sling point types (2 point sling, 4 point sling, 6 point sling), sling shape types (full body sling, u-shape sling), and end users (assisted living facility, home health care, hospitals, nursing homes, trauma centers and paramedical services).
Activities of Daily Living include Dressing, Grooming, Sleeping, Eating, and Toileting. SymTrend ADL lets you quickly record important information about ADLs and behaviors.
Do toileting early and again after the noise has subsided late at night.
In Australia, over 180,000 older people live in nursing homes and 68% of these older people required urinary continence care (UC), including bladder management and assistance with toileting (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare 2011).