Clinical protocol


COMMON CAUSES OF AUTONOMIC DYSREFLEXIA



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COMMON CAUSES OF AUTONOMIC DYSREFLEXIA. The most common trigger of Autonomic Dysreflexia is a problem with the bladder and/or bowel such as a urinary tract infection - an infection of the kidneys, bladder, ureter or urethra too much urine in the bladder blocked catheter (the tube used to drain the bladder) the bag used to drain the bladder being too full bladder stones Distention of the bowel due to constipation Other triggers for Autonomic Dysreflexia include

haemorrhoids pressure ulcers ingrown toenail burns, including sunburn sexual activity period cramps labour and giving birth bone fractures severe anxiety (eliminate physiological factors first)


Clinical protocol
Executive summary
Governance arrangements
Related policies/procedures
Document tracking sheet
Contents page
Ethnicity and diversity
Roles and responsibilities
Contraindications
Training and awareness
Monitoring compliance and effectiveness of this policy
Monitoring matrix:
Equality analysis
Glossary and abbreviations
Appendix 2 bristol stool form scale
Knowledge and
Performance criteria
Interpersonal
Appendix 3 care and management of autonomic dysreflexia
Signs and symptoms
Specialist advice



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