Case Study Progress While you are assessing J.L., she tells you that she always urinates frequently because of her diuretics. However, she has experienced burning with urination for the past 2 days.
Treatment Continuous monitoring of urinary output hourly. Due to A.N’s slightly decreased level of Na, diuretic use is contraindicated because it decrease circulating volume and cardiac output by pulling fluid from the circulating blood volume to enhance diuresis. Rapid infusion.
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