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5 Matching questions

  1. FFP
  2. Cryoprecipitate
  3. Platelets
  4. Anaphalactic Rxn
  5. *when transfusion begins*
  1. a Fresh frozen plasma....yummy
    -Used for volume (patients in shock)
    -200-250 ml
    -given over 30-45 mins
    -coag factors
    -can be frozen for up to 1 year
  2. b 1. Obtain baseline vitals
    2. Start transfusion slowly
    3. Stay with patient for 15 mins (in case of rxn)
  3. c Used for hemophilia, clotting disorders, liver failure
  4. d Sticky, for clotting
    -should be cross typed
    -35-50 ml typical unit
    -given over 15-30 mins
  5. e -rxn to proteins
    -caused by infusion on IgA proteins to recipient with anti IgA antibodies
    -s&s: anxiety, urticaria, wheezing, hives, flushing, resp symptoms

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Type AB
  2. Packed red blood cells (most commonly used)
    - 80% of plasma removed
    -30 days half life
    -given if low h/h
  3. Type O
  4. Renal failure, blood cancer, chemotherapy or a hgb <6
  5. 1. Obtain order
    2. Explain procedure
    3. Verify consent w/ another RN
    4. IV should be 18-20 gauge
    5. Use correct blood tubing
    6. Transfuse w/ normal saline

5 True/False questions

  1. Acute hemolytic rxn-ABO incompatibility
    -life threatening
    -antibodies react with donor erythrocytes
    -s&s: low BP, high HR, back pain, hemouria


  2. Febrile rxn-90% of rxns
    -caused by antibodies to donor WBCs
    -s&s: fever, chills


  3. ______ does not need to be cross matched prior to a transfusionRenal failure, blood cancer, chemotherapy or a hgb <6


  4. If RH factor is negative, ________Patient is RH negative (can only recieve negative blood)


  5. Whole blood components:RBC, WBC, platelets, plasma