A 6-month-old baby is brought to the pediatrician’s office with a history of diarrhea. She has had..

A 6-month-old baby is brought to the pediatrician’s office
with a history of diarrhea. She has had six watery stools in the past 18 hours.
She is vomiting her formula. Her mother states that she has had no fever.

a. Upon completion of the history and physical examination,
what signs and symptoms would you expect to find that would indicate that the
baby is experiencing mild dehydration? b. What is the priority nursing
diagnosis for this infant? c. Identify a plan for this nursing diagnosis;
include a teaching plan for the mother