A child has a urinary tract infection and is being treated with antibiotics. The nurse should instruct the parents to report which of the following?
1. Increased urine output.
2. Loss of appetite.
The nurse should advise the parents to report an increasing fever which would indicate the infection is not resolving. Increased urine output may occur, but it would be very difficult for the parent to actually determine this and it is not a cardinal sign of increasing infection. The child may have a loss of appetite related to the infection or the medication, but is not indicative of aninfection that is becoming worse. The child should not have jaundice from a urinary tract infection that is being treated.
CN: Physiological adaptation; CL: Synthesize
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