Flashcards in IN 1 Intake and output Deck (14):
What term describes all fluid not in the cells?
What term describes a state in which water remains in normal amounts and percentages within various locations of the body?
What term means to flush a body part with a stream of liquid?
What term Means to cause to enter drop by drop?
What term describes the amount of fluid/solids taken by mouth, through NG or jejunostomy feeding tubes, IV fluids and blood or its components?
What term describes the fluid within the cell?
What term describes all fluid within the blood, also known as plasma or serum?
What is a hollow bulb-like device used to collect drainage?
Jackson Pratt (JP) drain
what is the amount of fluid released or taken from the body?
What is a surgical device placed in a wound, cavity or infected area to drain fluid?
What are some reasons for fluid loss?
Diaphoresis due to fever or exercise, N/V/D, increased urination, wound or body drainage, blood loss from surgery, trauma or ulcer
What are signs of fluid retention?
Dependent edema, Hypertension, crackles in the lungs
What should I&O be documented on?