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Updated: 3/9/2020
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  • Hold on! What are input and output levels?!
  • Im sorry to hear that. Is it okay if I measure your input and output levels?
  • Input and Output charting is a way of showing the fluids that have been taken out and put into the body. These are very important because they help doctors to show the medicines needed to be used and shows a doctor if a patient has edema or is dehydrated
  • How do you measure Input and Output?
  • Got it, thanks.
  • You measure intake and output in CC's and we measure oral, blood and intravenous or IV intakes. We measure outputs by vomit, urine, stool and nasogastric irrigation.
  • What if my input and output levels are too low?
  • As of right now, they are not but this is why we encourage you to eat and drink many fluids to help with this recovery process.
  • Alrighty! Thank you so much, my stomach is feeling better!
  • No problem, do you have any more questions or concerns for me?
  • Nope! That's it! Thank you for everything.
  • I will be right back with your discharge papers!
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