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Administer Blood and Blood products in conjunction with........

Normal Saline

1

All blood products require a ........

Filter

2

You will need a set of .................. Before administering the blood

Baseline Vital Signs

3

Each client must have a .................. Prior to obtaining a blood product

Type and screen & crossmatch

4

A type and screen & crossmatch is good for only.......

72hours

5

Name the 7 blood product verifications

Clients Name
Date of Birth
Blood Bank Number
Unit Number
Expiration date of unit of blood or blood products
Blood type and group
PCPs Order

6

RN must verify with another ....... At the bedside

RN

7

You will need a ....................... From the patient

Signed consent form

8

Being infusion ......... And observe client for next ...... Minutes

Slowly; 15

9

Infusion of blood must be started within ...... Minutes of receiving the blood from the blood bank

30

10

All blood from each unit must be completed within a ........ Time frame

4 hours

11

Be sure to ........ .......... after transfusing blood or blood products with ...... .......

Flush lines; 0.9%NS

12

Name the 7 sign and symptoms of Transfusion Reaction:

1) Headache, Dizziness

2.) Chest Pain, Dyspnea, or Wheezing

3.) Tachycardia, Tachypnea, Back pain

4.) Fever, Chills, Muscle pain with fever

5.) Hypertension or Hypotension, Anxiety, Flushing

6.) GI symptoms: nausea and vomiting

7.) Hives or skin rash, urticaria, or itching

13

List the 5 steps you would take if your patient was having an adverse reaction to a blood transfusion

1) Stay with the patient and discontinue the transfusion IMMEDIATELY

2) Remove blood and blood tubing according to your agencies policy

3) Start Normal Saline with new primed tubing at keep vein open rate

4) Document Vital Signs and notify PHCP

5.) Notify Blood bank of transfusion reaction and monitor client for anaphylaxis