This 90 minutes recording reviews the levels of questions difficulty in the WCS exam and discusses 10 sample questions covering a wide range of bowel and bladder dysfunctions. Case questions include neurogenic, frail elderly and bowel testing questions to name a few. This program is intended to assist participants is improving test taking skills, reading test questions and answer strategies to improve score and ultimately pass the exam on the first sitting.
- 90 minute audio recording
- 8 page handout of questions with answers (and other supplementation information)
- 4 page document of levels of question difficulty and questions without answers – listen to the recording with this handout first
Patient is a 75 yo female who you have been seeing for UUI for about a month. Today she arrives 10 minutes late for therapy stating she took a wrong turn coming to therapy. She admits she has forgotten how many exercises she is supposed to be doing but assures you she is doing them every day. On further questioning she feels her leaking has increased. Patient denies any dysuria or other changes in her symptoms.
What course of action should you take?
A. Review her exercises and write them down for her so she does not forget them again
B. Contact her MD for urine testing with increased UI and forgetfulness
C. Increase her exercises so she has more benefit from the therapy
D. Calm her fears of any infection because she does not have pain with urination