What factors may be contributing to the urinary      incontinence

QUESTION 10: Chapter 10, Principles and Practices of Rehabilitation
You are assigned to care for David Ramsey, a 22-year-old male patient who sustained a back injury secondary to being thrown from a motorcycle. He did not damage the spinal cord, but the computed tomography revealed a compression fracture at L-2 (lumbar area). David complains of severe lower back pain with numbness and tingling in the lower extremities. You identify the following nursing diagnosis: Impaired Physical Mobility.
(Learning Objective 4)

  1. What assessments are indicated based on this nursing      diagnosis?
  2. List other major nursing diagnoses based on David’s      clinical presentation.

QUESTION 11:
Chapter 11, Health Care of the Older Adult
The nurse working at the senior center notices Mrs. Jones, a 78-year-old, crying. The nurse approaches Mrs. Jones and asks if she needs help. Mrs. Jones states “I am so embarrassed. I had another accident and my pants are all wet. It’s like I’m a baby. I never should have come to the senior center.” (Learning Objectives 3 and 4)

  1. What factors may be contributing to the urinary      incontinence?
  2. How should the nurse respond to Mrs. Jones?
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