What are the potèntial problems that Brooke could en counter if she does not take the medication as prescribed?

Recall Brooke from the opening scenario. She is an active 9-year- old who is involved in many activities at school. Her recent urlnary tract infection forced her to leave class to run to the bathroom. She was given a prescription for oral antibiotics

1. What developmental considerations should the nurse in- corporate when teaching Brooke about prevention of future UTls?

2. What desired outcomes should the nurse include in the teaching plan?

 

3. What are the potèntial problems that Brooke could en counter if she does not take the medication as prescribed?

4. If Brooke has another urinary tract infection in the next few months, what diagnostic procedures might be used to rule out other potential causes?

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