Purpose: The dysfunctional elimination syndrome (DES) is rare in adulthood. We evaluate the natural history of DES to identify aspects of the disorder that may be carried into vulvas.xyz by: The following are the common goals and expected outcomes for impaired urinary elimination: Patient demonstrates behaviors and techniques to prevent retention/urinary infection. Patient identifies the cause of incontinence. Patient maintains balanced I&O with clear, odor-free urine, free of bladder distension/urinary leakage.
The American Psychiatric Association recognizes two elimination disorders, encopresis and enuresis. Encopresis is an elimination disorder that involves repeatedly having bowel movements in inappropriate places after the age when bowel control is normally expected. Encopresis is also called fecal incontinence. Apr 19, · Definition: repeated involuntary or intentional elimination of feces inappropriate for developmental age (e.g., into clothes or on the floor).
Sep 25, · Elimination disorders all involve the inappropriate elimination of urine or feces and are usually first diagnosed in childhood or adolescence. This group of disorders includes enuresis, the repeated voiding of urine into inappropriate places, and encopresis, the repeated passage of feces into inappropriate places.