Urinary burning.


In caring for a child with a urinary tract infection, the nurse would do all of the following nursing interventions. Which two interventions would be the priority for the nurse?

a. The nurse will collect a “clean catch” voided urine.

b. The nurse will record and report any indications of urinary burning, frequency, or urgency.

c. The nurse will observe for possible indications of sexual abuse.

d. The nurse will instruct caregivers to avoid bubble baths, especially in young girls.

e. The nurse will observe the child for signs of any reactions to the antibiotics.

f. The nurse will teach girls to wipe from front to back.

Urinary burning.


In caring for a child with a urinary tract infection, the nurse would do all of the following nursing interventions. Which two interventions would be the priority for the nurse?

a. The nurse will collect a “clean catch” voided urine.

b. The nurse will record and report any indications of urinary burning, frequency, or urgency.

c. The nurse will observe for possible indications of sexual abuse.

d. The nurse will instruct caregivers to avoid bubble baths, especially in young girls.

e. The nurse will observe the child for signs of any reactions to the antibiotics.

f. The nurse will teach girls to wipe from front to back.

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