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  • Discussion:. The Investigation Was To Determine How An

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    Discussion: The investigation was to determine how an ingested substance can affect urine volume and colour. The volume graph clearly indicates the average volume of urine was highest for participants who consumed water, followed by the electrolyte drink, chips and control who did not consume anything. Each colour graph shows the frequency of urine colour for each group. Colour charts were used to measure the colour of urine, one being the lightest or most dilute and five the darkest or most concentrated

  • Physiology : The Human Excretory System

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    Year 11 Biology Physiology: The Human Excretory System Claire Brus   Abstract The aim of the practical was to observe the body’s reactions (flow of urination and colour of urination) in the presence of water, caffeine and no liquid during the important stage of reabsorption. Introduction Background Theory ‘The excretory system is a passive biological system that removes excess, unnecessary materials from an organism, so as to help maintain homeostasis within the organism and prevent damage to the

  • Case Study Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

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    My diagnosis for Eleanor is pelvic floor dysfunction. The symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction are constipation, frequent urination, pain during urination, and lower back pain. Pelvic floor dysfunction is common in women. (Faubion et al., 2012). It may be caused by aging and childbirth. (Wang et al., 2012). Eleanor is an 88 year old woman. She is also a mother of two, which means that she has given birth at least once. These factors may have contributed to her condition. Eleanor has difficulties

  • The Urinary System: Urinary Retention Essay

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    Urination is controlled by a complex central nervous system mechanism that coordinates urine storage and release by the regulation of smooth muscle in the bladder and urethra. Bladder storage, emptying and coordinated urinary sphincter activity , are controlled by the sympathetic, parasympathetic, and somatic nervous systems. Parasympathetic nerves in the spinal cord (S2-S4) act to contract the bladder and relax the urethra through the release of acetylcholine, which excites smooth muscle muscarinic

  • The Indwelling Urinary Catheter And Urinary Retention Problem

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    pain resulting in dysuria, which requires the insertion of a Foley before surgery. The trial started at 6 a.m. on the postoperative day two (Nyman et al., 2010). One group had their catheter clamped and then only unclamped when there was a need for urination, while one group had

  • The Loss Of Bladder Tissue

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    Incontienence in elderlies is mainly cause by the decrease strength of bladder tissue. Study has found that “Aging results in some common bladder changes, such as decrease bladder capacity and bladder elasticity, increased spontaneous detrusor contractions, and decreased ability to postpone micturition, causing more frequent voiding” ( scemons, pg54 2013). Although many elderly experience UI, some particular groups are more at risk than others. First UI is “more common in people living in nursing

  • The Causes And Treatments Of Joon Hee Bang ( S )

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    Nocturnal Enuresis The causes and treatments Joon Hee Bang (S) Enuresis Enuresis is defined as a repeated involuntary urination of individuals old enough to be expected to exercise such control. Most girls can stay dry by age six and most boys by age seven. Enuresis can be classified into three different types; Diurnal enuresis, Nocturnal enuresis and Mixed enuresis. Diurnal enuresis and Nocturnal enuresis are daytime and night time wetting respectively. These two types are also known

  • Essay on Water diuresis in man

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    Water Diuresis in Man Practical Report INTRODUCTION The body needs to maintain equilibrium to function properly in everyday life. The most important substance it must regulate is water; water is everywhere in our body and its balance is essential for proper body function. A very carefully regulated process is solute concentration. If there is a sudden increase in water which enters the extracellular fluid, sodium ions will then contribute less to the extracellular solute concentration as the ratio

  • Causes Of Mas Selamat Escape

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    When discussing the causes of Mas Selamat’s escape, the theories put forth vary greatly, from human error, to system bug, to operative fault and so on. However, in short, the main cause of the escape centered around the management failures of the system. First of all, there are certain parts that accumulate to make Mas Selamat’s escape so successful in the end. On 27 February 2008, Mas Selamat was collected from his cell by two Gurkha guards for a 4pm visit by his family. As per the standard operating

  • Toilet Training

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    There are some of the things that make potty training hard for kids with autism spectrum disorder and one of the biggest, or most obvious, is the fact that many kids with ASD are more broadly developmentally delayed and it certainly interferes with their learning in all domains, but there are things that are more specific to ASD, such as communication difficulties. It is difficult to tell someone that one needs to go potty if one is having trouble communicating (Kiddoo et al. 2006) and it is also