Clinical Continence Care Tools for the Entire Care Team
Evidence-based Tools for Nurses, Nurse Administrators, and Physicians in Rehab, Postoperative, Med/Surg, and More.
Clinical Tools for Continence Care: An Evidence-Based Approach is a much-needed bowel and bladder management toolkit for the entire disciplinary team. The interactive booklet and posters illustrate 6 clinical algorithms to help your team apply best practices and problem-solve the continence needs of all of your patients.
On-the-go Education About Bowel and Bladder Management Designed to Train the Entire Care Team on Applying Best Practices.
Each tool has been designed to educate and train all the multidisciplinary members of the care team to apply best practices to problem-solve continence needs on a daily basis. Using this tool will institute a higher-quality care standard for nurses who implement strategies to establish continence.
8 Tools Supporting Clinical Practice and Patient Bowel and Bladder Care
The 21-page spiral-bound and laminated booklet contains a Financial Impact Tool to support nurse managers and administrators, a Frequency Volume Chart where you can document continence care over a 24-hour period, and six algorithms to help you assess and treat the most common continence care challenges.
The laminated pages are made to be written on and easily erased, making this a versatile tool you can use over and over again with new cases.
The algorithms also have been recreated as a set of 11" x 17" posters for the entire team to utilize.
Algorithm 1—General Assessment of Bladder
Algorithm 2—General Assessment of Bowel Function
Algorithm 3—Urinary Incontinence
Algorithm 4—Voiding Dysfunction
Algorithm 6—Diarrhea and/or Fecal Incontinence
Purchase your Continence Care Bundle today to solve your patients' bowel and bladder challenges!
Watch Christine Cave's Live Session from REACH 2017: "Evidence-based Continence Care: Bowel and Bladder Management"
Christine Cave, DNP NP-C CRRN EP-C, worked with the ARN Continence Care Task Force to develop Clinical Tools for Continence Care: An Evidence-Based Approach. See Christine's live session from REACH 2017 on the importance of bowel and bladder management for continence care.
References from these tools are available for review – Continence Care References.