What Is a Normal Urinary Output for a Child?

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The normal urinary output for a child ranges between 1 and 2 ml/kg/hour. To calculate the urine output in ml/kg/hour, you divide the total urine output by the weight in kilograms and then multiply the result by the number of hours.
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more than 1 ml per kg per hour.
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Water is the main chemical component in the body, making up 60% of body weight. The cycle of water through the body includes the removal of toxins via urination. Dehydration occurs
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As you have said, urine output depends on the size of the individual. So, in children, it can vary greatly. The general rule is 0.5 milliliters per kilogram per hour. So, if a child
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