After completion of an aerosol bronschodilator treatment, which of the following is the most appropiate chart notation for the respiratory therapist to make?
A. Over 15 minutes, treatment given as ordered; no aftertaste noted; chest clear on auscultation.
B. Aerosol therapy given; pulse stable, respiratory rate same as pretreatment, no changes during therapy; well tolerated.
C. Aerosol therapy given with 2.5 mg albuterol (Proventil) and 2 mL normal saline; vital signs stable; well tolerated.
D. Aerosol therapy given with 2.5 mg abulterol (Proventil) and 2 mL normal saline; pulse stable at 72/min during therapy; nonproductive cough; respiratory rate 10/min; therapy well tolerated; chest clear on auscultation.