Nursing Care Plan – Angina

Daisy Jane Antipuesto RN MN

Currently a Nursing Local Board Examination Reviewer. Subjects handled are Pediatric, Obstetric and Psychiatric Nursing. Previous work experiences include: Clinical instructor/lecturer, clinical coordinator (Level II), caregiver instructor/lecturer, NC2 examination reviewer and staff/clinic nurse. Areas of specialization: Emergency room, Orthopedic Ward and Delivery Room. Also an IELTS passer.

17 Responses

  1. Ronie Knigge says:

    So was I and it hurts hey , I’m glad my daughter who’s a nurse was there as I wasn’t convinced and thought I’ll lie down and rest awhile and it will go away , so take it serious all of you ,

  2. Nelia Gamulo says:

    I was a survivor of heart attack and if you feel something wrong with breath with chest pain go to the hospital.

  3. consult a doctor immediately. here the nurse acts as if they are doctors

  4. Ashling Tinnelly this might help you with ur assignment

  5. Marielle I saw my doc today and gave me medication…he told me my heart is doing better…I’m on a low dose ASA routine, and on Atenolol which really helps….it only hits during cold weather…

  6. Currently exploring this chapter…..thanks!

  7. Kemi Martins says:

    Hmmmmmm sis I nurse!!!!!!!!

  8. Rahma Abdu says:

    Thanks for this;
    Please.Can you mention factors related to Angina?

  9. Some description of symptoms for females ?

  10. You have to consult a doctor right away. Chest pain can be managed with complying to doctor’s orders.

  11. Li Ng says:

    ..together me and my hubby experiencing it..we though it was our natural pain causing of some viens were clamp together..now I know it …what can we do if this will happened again..???sometimes we just stop temporarily for a while inorder to have deep breath…

  12. Vasospasms for me but its annoying and painful

  13. Oh my this is painful…. I have it and it hits me in the middle of the chest….painful

  14. Nicole Tersic says:

    Nusing care plan could alert other nurses to not to rush patient and reduce stressors as anxiety and sudden movement can trigger Angina

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