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Q: Describe ways to protect an individuals privacy whilst managing continence
A: Make time when intimate issues, such as continence care, can be discussed with other staff in private. A good example would be at staff handover, which could be held in an office. [ If you must discuss these issues within the earshot of others, be sensitive about language used, and your tone and volume of voice. Read more here, ]
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User: Describe ways to protect an individuals privacy whilst managing continence

Weegy: Make time when intimate issues, such as continence care, can be discussed with other staff in private. A good example would be at staff handover, which could be held in an office. [ If you must discuss these issues within the earshot of others, be sensitive about language used, and your tone and volume of voice. Read more here, ]
Koolsum|Points 1456|

User: Explain how and when to access additional guidance about support for continence

Weegy: Your GP can assess whether you have incontinence, either bowel or urinary, decide which type of incontinence you have, give general advice on controlling symptoms, provide information on pelvic floor exercises and bladder training, [ [ and give treatment with prescribed medicines. If lifestyle changes and treatments don't solve the problem, your GP can refer you to a continence adviser or specialist. ] ]
manimic|Points 140|

User: Identify risks that may arise while supporting continence

Weegy: Continence is the exercise of self constraint in sexual matters. Aside from doctor's order or a psychiatrist, change in lifestyle like eating habits, etc and preventing stress can support continence.
ginbapt2000|Points 30|

User: types of risks to carers whilst dealing with Bodily fluids

User: Hep b

Weegy: Hepatitis C is a common cause of liver inflammation, liver disease, and liver cancer in North America. Almost 250,000 Canadians have hepatitis C, but many are not aware that they carry the virus. [ This is because many people who are infected with the hepatitis C virus do not have symptoms. Hepatitis C is transmitted from one person to another through blood or blood products that are infected with the virus. Modern screening tests have almost eliminated the transmission of hepatitis C through blood products (e.g., transfusions). Causes: Sharing needles, nonsterile tools in tattooing, blood transfusions and organ transplants, sharing personal care items such as razors, nail clippers, etc. Long-term complications of HCV infection include liver cirrhosis (liver scarring) and liver cancer. Although it may take many years to develop, 10% to 20% of people who have hepatitis C will develop liver cirrhosis, and of these people, 1% to 5% will develop liver cancer. ]
debnjerry|Points 44600|

User: Hepititis B



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