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what organs make up the urinary system?
kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra
filters and extretes blood constituents not needed, retain those that are
filters waste parducts
kidneys
removes the end products of metabolism and regulates fluid blance
nephrons
smooth muscle sac
bladder
muscle of the bladder
detrusor muscle
takes urine from bladder to exterior of body
urethra
stages of micturation?
detrusor muscle contracts
internal spincter relaxes
urine enters urethra
ext sphincter relaxes
abdominal wall contracts
diaphram lowers and you pee
toilet training when?
18-24 mos
prevent readsorption of water
diuretics
stimulate contraction of detrusor muscles causing urination
cholingeric meds
suppress CNS, diminish effectiveness of neural reflex
analgesics and tranquilizers
red urine
anticoagulants
light to pale yellow
diuretics
orang to orange-red
pyridium
green to blue green
elavil
brown to black
levodopa
increase in intraabdominal pressure
stress incontinence
urine lost during abrupt and strong desire to void
urge incont
symptoms of urge and stress incont
mixed incont
overdistintion and overflow of bladder
overflow incont
caused by factors outside the urinary tract
functional incont
pee out your butt
urinary diversion
honeymoon cystitis
lots of sex UTI's
"who am I"
self knowledge
"who or what do i want to be"
self expectation
"how well do i like myself"
self evaluation
coopersmith's four bases of self esteem
significance
competence
virtue
power
Harter's 3 major self evaluation feelings in children
pride
guilit
shame
based on positive self eval
pride
based on behaviors incongruent with ideal self
guilt
associated with low global self worth
shame
when does self-wareness occur
infancy
when does self recognition occur
18 months
when does self definition occur
3 years
when does self concept occur
6-7 years
how to assess self concept
personal identity
body image
self esteem
role performance
how to assess self esteem
socialization and communication
significance
competence
virtue
power
reflex pain response and inflammatory response involving only one specific body part
local adaptation system
biochemical model of stress
-alarm reaction
-resistance
-exhaustion
general adaptation syndrome
person percieves stressor, defense mechanisms activated
fight or flight response
hormone levels rise
body prepares to react
shock and counter-shock phases
alarm reaction
body attempts to adapt to stressor
everything returns to normal
homeostasis
resistance
when adaptive mechanisms are used up
exhaustion
displacement
anger at boss but take it out on someone else
introjection
take another persons value system
projection
justifying your behavior based on what someone else does
rationalization
make is right in your head
reaction formation
systematically go blind d/t an earlier traumatic event

may develop another personality
regression
go back a step

ex. bowel control
repression
have congnitive awareness of putting emotions aside
supression
unconciously putting emotions aside
sublimation
channel emotions into a socially accepted manner
undoing
reform activities around you to make more socially accpetable
occurs when person progresses through stages of growth and development
developmental stress
does not occur in predictable patterns
situational stress
chemical agents, physical agents, infectious agents, nutritional imbalances, hypoxia
physiological stress
includes real and percieved threats
psychological stress
steps of crisis intervention
identify the crisis
list alternatives
choose from alternatives
implement the plan
evaluate the outcome
one who experiences sexual fullfillment with a person of opposite sex
heterosexual
one who experiences sexual fullfillment with a person of the same sex
homosexual
a person who finds pleasure with both opposite sex and same sex partners
bisexual
a person of a certain biologic gender who has the feelings of the opposite sex
transsexual
an individual who desires to take on the role or wear the clothes of the opposite sex
transvestite
the part of the uterus that sloths off with menses
endometrium
one follicle produces a mature ovum
follicular
endometrium becomes thick and velvety
proliferation
corpus luteum develops
luteal
endomentrial lining disintegrates
secretory
the achievement of sexual arousal by looking at the body of another
voyeurism
the practice of gaining sexual pleasure while inflicting abuse to another
sadism
gaining sexual pleasure from being abused
masochism
used to describe the practice of adults gaining sexual fullfillment by performing sexual acts with children
pedophilia
watts level 1
comprehesive health history by regular nurse
watts level 2
sexual health history by nurse trained in sexuality
watts level 3
sexual problem history by sex therapist
watts level 4
psychiatric
quid pro quo
when something is held unless sexual activities occur

i.e at work
felt by a person but intangible to others
percieved loss
can be recognized by others
actual loss
altered self image...
psychological loss
loss of an arm
physical loss
experienced as a result of an unpredictable event
situational loss
loss has not yet taken place
anticipatory loss
emotional reaction to loss
grief
experienced as a result of an unpredictabale event
bereavement
acceptance of loss, person learns to deal with loss
mourning
engels six stages of grief
shock or disbelief
developing awareness
restitution
resolving the loss
idealization
outcome
kubler's-ross five stages of grief
denial
anger
bargaining
depression
acceptance
irreversible cessation of spontatneous respiration and circulation
traditional heart-lung death
irreversible cessation of all functions of the entire brain
whole brain death
irreversible loss of all "higher" brain function
higher brain death