Which of the following assessment findings are specific to the client with moderate dehydration?


• Clinical manifestations of moderate dehydration include: lethargic state, dry oral mucosa, reduced urine output, thready pulse, slow skin turgor, and sunken eyes

• Alert level of consciousness and reduced urine output will be seen when dehydration is mild

• Although sunken eyes can be noticed in moderate dehydration, very sunken eyes are a clinical manifestation of severe dehydration

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