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Patient Teaching for OASIS M1610 Urinary Incontinence

Maintaining hygiene and preventing skin breakdown is ESSENTIAL TEACHING for the home health patient with urinary incontinence!

Urinary incontinence is described as the 'involuntary leakage of urine'. (1) The type of urinary incontinence is normally linked to the cause...including...

Posted by Melissa Cott on Oct 3, 2023

Patient Teaching Guides for Foley Catheter Care

Client Teaching Guides for Home Health Care: Patient Teaching Guidelines for Foley Catheter Care. Sometimes injuries and illnesses make it hard, or impossible, for you to urinate on your own. For this reason, you need an indwelling catheter, also called an indwelling foley catheter....

Posted by Melissa Cott on May 3, 2023

OASIS E - M1610 Urinary Incontinence/Catheter Presence

The draft version of the new OASIS-E Start of Care OASIS assessment has fifteen (15) sections. Many of the 'old' questions remain - like M1610 Urinary Incontinence/Catheter Presence. This question is now located under Section H 'Bladder & Bowel'.

  • A - Administrative Information
  • B -...

Posted by Melissa Cott on Jan 5, 2022