Nursing Care Plan – Cough

Byron Webb Romero, RN, MSN

Finished BSN at Lyceum of the Philippines University, and Master of Science in Nursing Major in Adult Health Nursing at the University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center. Currently working at Manila Doctors College of Nursing as a Team Leader for Level I and II, Lecturer for Professional Nursing Subjects, and also a Clinical Instructor.

13 Responses

  1. Pediatric patient with cough pls

  2. Jaizzel says:

    what can you say about this NCP ? is it okay or not ?

  3. shweta says:

    can you tell me treatment of 3 month old baby??
    from: shweta

  4. jhedalyn mei tagara says:

    why is that if you have cough you might also have a colds??is there any relation regarding that?

  5. ricky says:

    plss.can u give me a nsg.Dx for apediatric patient with cough..tnx!!!

  6. job says:

    pano gumawa ng discharge plan??

  7. anood says:

    how r u ?

  8. belinda Luzung says:

    Regarding your NCP for Cough, I noticed that the following SUBJECTIVE cues such as "dyspnea" and "fatigue" (only felt by the patient), were written under the OBJECTIVE cues (signs as observed by the nurses). Such is a common mistake, since dyspnea should be converted into something observable such as any of the ff examples: (abnormal RR, nasal flaring, use of accessory muscles for breathing, chest retraction) to include it among the valid OBJECTIVE cues. One thing more, only the VITAL SIGNS that are not normal and related to the Nsg Dx given should be written under these OBJECTIVE cues.

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