A patient has pneumonia, what are the most important sign and symptoms to watch for? Select all that apply.

 

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- Hypotension

- Chills

- Decreased urination

- Altered Mental Status

- Bradycardia

Rationale

This patient needs to be monitored for signs and symptoms of sepsis which include: Hypotension, decreased urination, fever (which can cause chills!), altered mental status, and fatigue/weakness.

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