Reporting Urine Output

by Cathy Parkes July 30, 2021

REPORT urine output that is less than 30ml/hr!  Decreased urine output can be indicative of shock, sepsis, and kidney failure.

REPORT urine output that is less than 30ml/hr!

Decreased urine output can be indicative of shock, sepsis, and kidney failure.

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