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Presentation1.pptx chapter 9
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the urinary system

the urinary system

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  • 1. The Urinary System By Evita Haywood
  • 2. cath catheterization Insertion of a tube through the urethra and into the urinary bladder To withdraw urine or inserting dye
  • 3. Gu genitourinary system urinary system main function is to filter and remve waste products from the blood the organs of the urinary system the female or male sexual organs
  • 4. ESWL extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy use of ultrasound waves to break up stones does not require invasive surgery most common type of lithotripsy
  • 5. ESWLLithotripsy is used to remove kidney stones that are causing:PainUrinary tract infectionsBleedingHarm to your kidneyTakes about 45 min to 1 hour
  • 6. UTI urinary tract infection an infection usually from bacteria such as ecoli effects any organ of the urinary system most common in women because of theie shorter urethra
  • 7. UTI signs and symptoms burning during urination frequency urination cloudy bad smelling or bloody urine LOWER ABDOMINAL PAIN
  • 8. BUN Blood urea nitrogen blood test to measure kidney function by the level of nitrogenous waste (urea) in the blood
  • 9. BUN BUN is often ordered : WHEN KIDNEY PROBLEMS ARE SUSPECT When someone has non-specific complaints As part of a routine testing panel To check how the kidneys are functioning before starting to take certain drug therapies When an acutely ill person comes to the emergency room and/or is admitted to the hospital During a hospital stay
  • 10. BUN resultsIncreased BUN levels suggest impaired kidney function.

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