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4. Alter z days treatment for deniyaration, a child continues to vomit and fave ularied.
Normal saline is infusing and the child's urine output is 50ml/hour. During morning
assessment, the nurse determines that the child is lethargic and difficult to arouse.
Which should the nurse implemented?
A) Increase the IV fluid flow rate.
B) Review 24 hour intake and output.
C) Obtain arterial blood gases.
D) Perform a finger stick glucose test.

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