Oliguria history and symptoms

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History and Symptoms

  • Time pattern
    • When did this begin?
    • Did it occur suddenly?
    • Has it rapidly become worse?
  • Quality
    • How much does the patient drink each day?
    • Does drinking more increase the daily urine output?
    • How much urine does the patient produce each day?
    • What color is the urine?
  • Aggravating factors
    • Has there been fever?
    • Has there been diarrhea?
    • Has there been vomiting? With or without nausea?
    • Is thirst decreased?
    • What other symptoms does the patient have?
  • Other
    • What medications does the patient take?
    • Does the patient have any allergies?
    • Does the patient have access to adequate fluids?
  • Medical history
    • Has the patient had any recent injuries such as burns?
    • Has the patient been sick?
    • Does the patient have a history of a problem with the kidneys or bladder?

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