What do you tell his wife?
A patient is brought into the ER because he had been vomiting and his wife thought he was also feeling dizzy and weak. After taking a patient history, you find out that this man has a problem with alcohol. You take a urine sample and it appears to have tiny, foamy bubbles.
A. His kidneys are failing. He needs dialysis. B. He has a serious urinary tract infection. He needs antibiotics. C. He is having a stroke. He needs surgery. D. He has irritable bowel syndrome. You need to help him add fiber to his diet.