The nurse is assessing a child with conjunctivitis. The nurse suspects bacterial infection because of the presence of which symptoms of bacterial conjunctivitis?
• Bacterial conjunctivitis involves one or both eyes, has mucopurulent drainage, grittiness of the eyes, crusting, and may cause the eyelids to stick together.
• Allergic conjunctivitis: a runny nose and cough are often associated with allergies.
• Watery eyes, eye pain, and swollen eyelids could be associated with all types of conjunctivitis.
• Allergic conjunctivitis involves a sensation of