Algorithm for performing the collection of the daily amount of urine.

I. Preparation for the procedure:

1. Introduce yourself to the patient, explain the purpose and course of the procedure. Ensure the patient’s informed consent for the procedure to be performed.

2. The patient observes the usual drinking regimen.

II. Execution of the procedure:

3. Wake up the patient at 6.00 am and ask to empty the bladder into the toilet (yesterday’s urine).

4. Explain to the patient that within the next 24 hours (until 6:00 am the next day) he must urinate into a wide-mouthed container with a lid given to him.

5. Put the container with urine in a special box in the sanitary room.

6. Attach the direction (label) to the urine jar.

III. End of procedure:

7. Track the delivery of urine to the laboratory.

8. Make an appropriate record of the procedure in the medical record.

REFERRAL to the clinical laboratory determination of daily diuresis Name_______________________________ Daily diuresis Date_______________________________ Signature____________________________

Technology for performing a simple medical service

URINE FOR SUGAR

Purpose: diagnosis of diabetes mellitus.

Indications: As directed by a doctor.

Equipment :

1. 2-5 liter clean glass jar with lid,

2. bank, with a capacity of 200 ml,

3. referral (label) to the clinical laboratory.

Algorithm for performing urine collection for sugar.

I. Preparation for the procedure.

4. Introduce yourself to the patient, explain the purpose and course of the procedure. Ensure the patient’s informed consent for the procedure to be performed.

5. Explain to the patient that he must observe the usual water-food and motor regimen and collect urine during the day. Physical activity and other negative factors affect the result of the analysis.

II. Execution of a procedure.

6. At 6.00 am, ask the patient to urinate into the toilet (yesterday’s urine);

7. Collect all excreted urine in a large jar during the day (until 6:00 the next day).

8. Measure the total amount of urine (daily diuresis), write down the result in the direction;

9. Mix (shake) the daily amount of urine in the jar;

10. Pour 100-200 ml of urine into a separately prepared jar for delivery to the laboratory.

11. Attach a direction-label indicating the daily diuresis (daily amount of urine) on a jar with a capacity of 100-200 ml.

12. Put the container in a box in the sanitary room.

III. End of procedure.

13. Track the delivery of urine to the laboratory.

14. Make an appropriate record of the procedure in the medical record.

REFERRAL to the clinical laboratory Urine for sugar Name_______________________________ Daily diuresis Date_______________________________ Signature____________________________

Technology for performing a simple medical service

URINE FOR SOCULATION ON MICROFLORA AND SENSITIVITY TO ANTIBIOTICS

Target:

1. The study of the microflora of urine.

2. Determination of the sensitivity of the microflora of urine to antibiotics.

Indications: Identification of the infectious nature of diseases of the urinary system.

Equipment:

1. Sterile laboratory glassware with a kraft paper lid with a capacity of 200 ml.

2. A jug of warm water, soap, sterile wipes.

3. Referral to a bacteriological laboratory.

Algorithm for performing urine collection for culture on microflora and sensitivity to antibiotics.

I. Preparation for the procedure:

1. Introduce yourself to the patient, explain the course and purpose of the procedure. Ensure the patient’s informed consent for the procedure to be performed.

2. Prepare a sterile napkin, on which the patient will put a cap for a sterile container.

3. Ask the patient to wash thoroughly before the procedure with boiled water and soap or a weak solution of potassium permanganate. When washing, pay special attention to the area of the urethra.

II. Execution of the procedure:

3. Take a jar, open the lid so as not to touch the inner surface of the lid and the jar;

4. put the lid inside up on a paper towel;

5. allocate the first stream of urine into the toilet (or vessel);

6. delay urination;

7. substitute a jar;

8. excrete urine into a jar in an amount of at least 10-15 ml and delay urination.

9. Close the jar with a lid, without touching the inner surface of the lid and the jar, set the jar aside.

10. Finish urinating into the toilet.

11. Attach direction-label.

12. Put a container of urine in a box in the sanitary room.

III. End of the procedure:

13. Track the delivery of urine to the laboratory.

14. Make an appropriate record of the procedure in the medical document

15. A jar of urine can be stored in a special refrigerator at a temperature of + 4 ˚C for no more than 24 hours.

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