What Is the Nursing Plan for COPD After Diagnosis?

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How can COPD patients be nursed after diagnosis?

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Because COPD is a chronic disease. Nursing is important to help the patients. Nursing care for patients with COPD involves introduction of treatment regimen to relieve symptoms and prevent complications. Nursing care plans depends on your stages of COPD, age and other factors. You should ask your doctor for more information.

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What should a nursing care plan include?

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A COPD nursing plan should include working with your healthcare team. You have to tell them your history of COPD so that you can get enough support from them. The therapies or the nurses will make a plan depending on your symptoms and severity of COPD. Knowing your treatment options are vital for you. You should keep it in mind that all you should do it prevent your COPD from an acute exacerbation.

 

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