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Which subjective data supports a diagnosis of renal calculi? Your patient has complaints of severe right-sided flank pain. nausea. vomiting and restlessness. He appears slightly pale and is diaphoretic. Vital signs are BP 140/90 mmHg. Pulse 118 beats/min respirations 33 breaths/minute. and temperature. 98.0F.



A. Pain radiating to the right upper quadrant
B. History of mild flu symptoms last week
C. Dark-colored coffee-ground emesis
D. Dark. scanty urine output

This question is part of Urinary System Disorders | NCLEX Quiz 109
Asked by Santepro, Last updated: Jul 11, 2020

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Maha

Answered Apr 04, 2019

Dark-colored coffee-ground emesis

 

santepro

Santepro

Answered Aug 15, 2018

Dark. scanty urine output

Patients with renal calculi commonly have blood in the urine caused by the stones passage through the urinary tract. The urine appears dark. tests positive for blood. and is typically scant.
 

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