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Urologic nursing : official journal of the American Urological Association Allied

Print ISSN
1053-816X
Electronic ISSN
2168-4626
Publisher
Gale
Usage rank
1152
Article count
1112
Free count
0
Free percentage
0.0
PDFs via platforms
Ovid from 2003 and Gale

  1. An Example of Translating Value-Based Purchasing Into Value-Based Care.

    Urologic nursing : official journal of the Amer... 35(2):61 (2015) PMID 26197624

    The Affordable Care Act (ACA) (2010) launch of Medicare Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) has become the platform for buyers of health care to hold health care providers accountable for demonstrating high-quality, cost-effective care for Medicare recipients across the trajectory of care practitioners...
  2. Understanding Urinary Incontinence in Adults.

    Urologic nursing : official journal of the Amer... 35(2):82 (2015) PMID 26197626

    This article aims to assist urologic nurses in the assessment and management of adults with urinary incontinence, with special consideration given to the geriatric patient. Additionally, discussion will include classifications of the disorder, risk factors, and applicable age-related impacts.
  3. Erectile Dysfunction in the Older Adult Male.

    Urologic nursing : official journal of the Amer... 35(2):87 (2015) PMID 26197627

    Erectile dysfunction (ED) in the older adult male is a significant problem affecting more than 75% of men over 70 years of age in the United States. Older men have an increased likelihood of developing ED due to chronic disease, comorbid conditions, and age-related changes. Research has demonstr...
  4. Evaluation of a Nurse-Driven Protocol to Remove Urinary Catheters: Nurses' Perceptions.

    Urologic nursing : official journal of the Amer... 35(2):94 (2015) PMID 26197628

    This article describes nurses' perceptions of the effect of a nurse-driven protocol in a Magnet-designated hospital. Post-protocol implementation data indicate improved job ease and positive patient feedback following protocol implementation. Younger or less-experienced nurses were likely to use...
  5. Living with Urinary Incontinence.

    Urologic nursing : official journal of the Amer... 35(2):60, 74 (2015) PMID 26197623

  6. Pain Management in the Post-Operative Pediatric Urologic Patient.

    Urologic nursing : official journal of the Amer... 35(2):75 (2015) PMID 26197625

    Optimizing pain management is a component of enhanced perioperative recovery for children undergoing urologic surgery. Incisional pain and discomfort from bladder spasms are two types of pain associated with bladder surgery. A child's developmental level and verbal skills must be considered when...
  7. Pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation using biofeedback.

    Urologic nursing : official journal of the Amer... 34(4):193 (2014) PMID 25233622

    Pelvic floor muscle exercises have been recommended for urinary incontinence since first described by obstetrician gynecologist Dr. Arnold Kegel more than six decades ago. These exercises are performed to strengthen pelvic floor muscles, provide urethral support to prevent urine leakage, and sup...
  8. Initial experience of intravesical gemcitabine for patients with high-risk superficial transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder following BCG failure.

    Urologic nursing : official journal of the Amer... 34(2):95 (2014) PMID 24919248

    This study reports the use of intravesical gemcitabine in managing patients with high-risk bladder cancer, refractory to Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG). Patients were given gemcitibine; treatment response was evaluated by fluorescence-cystoscopy biopsy and urine cytology. Time to reoccurrence in...
  9. Preparing quality improvement, research, and evidence-based practice manuscripts.

    Urologic nursing : official journal of the Amer... 34(3):113 (2014) PMID 25112017

  10. Indwelling urinary catheters: pattern of use in a public tertiary-level Australian hospital.

    Urologic nursing : official journal of the Amer... 34(2):69 (2014) PMID 24919244

    An audit of charts from patients identified as having an indwelling urinary catheter (IDC) was conducted in a 450-bed, tertiary level hospital (Concord Repatriation General Hospital) in Australia. Documentation of relevant information regarding IDC in the medical record included indication for c...