Setting selection criteria for recipients considering the status of micturition induction

I feel burdened that micturition induction of very old people often does not produce good results no matter how hard I work.

It takes time and effort, but the hardest thing is that you never get good results no matter how hard you work.

Micturition induction of very old people is time consuming.

Excretion care may induce shame and as such, should be avoided immediately after admission.

Considering that the recipient may feel ashamed, I think it is preferable to get involved after building a certain relationship.

Over the first week to 10 days after admission, the care recipient will get used to it, so it is surprisingly easy to collect data after that.

Implementation of micturition induction is difficult for reluctant older people in long-term care.

Induction may be difficult due to resistance if the recipient has no voluntarism or has dementia.

Micturition induction in recipients who refuse it is a painful experience for both parties.

Securing staff in cases that require the assistance of two or more people is time-consuming.

Older people can stand, but it is very difficult for those who need assistance from two people when rotating or changing clothes due to their large physique.

Assistance from two people may be required if the recipient reaches their load limit, finds it difficult to move their feet, or feels pain.

Be careful of “knee buckling” during micturition induction.

Be careful because “knee buckling” often occurs during micturition induction.