Renal Question #2
A client with a history of bladder cancer returns for a routine clinic visit. The nurse becomes concerned following the urinary analysis and will follow up on which assessment data?
- Client complains of suprapubic pain with voiding.
- The client has painless hematuria.
- The client states urine does not always empty from the bladder.
- The client complains of dysuria.
The most common sign of bladder cancer is painless hematuria. The other choices may be present with bladder cancer; however, they are not cardinal signs of cancer.