The normal urinary output is 30-50mL per hour. The clients urinary output is below normal indicating that additional fluids are needed. The amount of output from the Jackson-Pratt drain should be small; therefore answer A is incorrect. The amount of drainage from the nasogastric tube is not excessive so answer C is incorrect. Answer D is incorrect because the client would not be expected to have a stool in the first 12 hours following surgery.