Useful Tips

Use of liners and urinals


· Providing physiological administration of the patient.


· Strict bed and bed rest.



· Urinal (it is supplied to the man at the same time as the vessel),

· Toilet paper (or equipment for washing - see algorithm),

· Disposable hand towels for staff,

· Containers with disinfectant solutions.


Option 1 - the patient is allowed to turn in bed

Stages of manipulation Justification of the need
1. Preparation for manipulation
1. Explain to the patient the course and purpose of the upcoming manipulation. Obtain informed consent to manipulate.Motivation of the patient for cooperation and respect for the rights of the patient.
2. Prepare the necessary equipment.Preparing for the manipulation.
3. Fence off the patient with a screen. Lower the head of the bed to a horizontal level.Preservation of self-esteem of the patient.
4. Rinse the vessel with warm water, leaving a little water in it. Ensure that the surface of the vessel in contact with the skin is dry.The exception of discomfort.
5. Carry out hygienic hand washing with soap. Wear gloves.Ensuring infectious safety.
2. Performing the manipulation
1. Bring the left hand under the sacrum to the side, helping the patient raise the pelvis. In this case, the patient's legs should be bent at the knees.
2. Place an oilcloth under the patient's pelvis.
3. With your right hand, bring the vessel under the buttocks of the patient so that the crotch is above the opening of the vessel. A man should simultaneously pass the urinal.
4. Cover the patient with a blanket and leave him alone for a while.
5. At the end of defecation and receiving a “signal” from the patient, remove the vessel with the right hand, while helping to raise the pelvis with the left hand.
6. Wipe the crotch with toilet paper or wash the patient by changing gloves first and substituting a clean vessel.Compliance with personal hygiene of the patient.
3. The end of the manipulation
1. Having examined the contents of the vessel, empty it into the toilet. In the presence of pathological impurities (mucus, blood, etc.), leave the contents of the vessel before examination by a doctor.
2. To expose the vessel and oilcloth disinfection.Ensuring infectious safety.
3. Place the disinfected vessel in storage.
4. Provide the patient with the opportunity to wash their hands or wipe them with an antiseptic solution.Compliance with personal hygiene of the patient.
5. Remove the screen
6. Remove used gloves, disinfect them, wash and dry hands.Ensuring infectious safety.
7. To give the patient a comfortable position in bed.Compliance with motor activity.

Option 2 - the patient cannot lift the pelvis


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