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voiding

 [void´ing]
prompted voiding
1. a technique of bladder training in which the patient is instructed to urinate according to a predetermined schedule, usually beginning at intervals as often as one hour to an hour and a half.
2. in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as promotion of urinary continence through the use of timed verbal toileting reminders and positive social feedback for successful toileting.

voiding

See urination.

Voiding

Another word for emptying the bladder or urinating.
Mentioned in: Urinalysis

voiding

euphemism for urination, defecation.
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A simple and descriptive measurement of urinary flow rate and general voiding function is provided by uroflowmetry (UFM).
Unfortunately, the initial test results do not indicate a strong correlation between voiding and particle size distribution; however, the research continues to explore the relationship in greater depth.
A boxplot of the voiding data for the oxidized SAC 305 substrates for Flux A and Flux B is shown in FIGURE 5.
Diagnosis can be made with either fluoroscopic visualisation of the urethra during voiding using radio opaque contrast or with needle electromyography.
There are a number of studies examining the effects of different voiding positions on uroflowmetric parameters.
Let's return once more to our hypothetical training session on prompted voiding for managing urinary incontinence.
The mean time to resolution for patients in the voiding group was 1.
Say that voiding has been discovered and analysis reveals that it is confined to the glass.
Chillington also reported the percentage of patients returning to an acceptable pattern of voiding within 24 hours (81% in the 6:00 am group and 88% in the midnight group); however, she does not elaborate on the criteria used to make this determination.
The urinary maximum flow rate, average flow rate, voided volume (Greater than or =150 ml), voiding time, flow time and time to void values were evaluated.
Before & After Reflow Characterization of FCBGA Voiding Utilizing High Resolution CT Scan, X-ray (2D & 3D) Imaging, and Cross Section with Digital Imaging"