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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