Tube, needle, gowns, and gloves.
Tube, tube holder, gloves and mask.
Tube, tube holder, needle, gloves, and cleansing agent.
Tube, gloves, goggles, and tape.
Median cubital vein
Syncope, hematoma, and cellulitis
Petechaie, excessive bleeding and edema
Hematoma, nerve trauma, and syncope
Excessive bleeding, short draw, and tachycardia
At the patient's bedside.
At the nursing station.
In a quiet medication room.
In the hallway adjacent to the patient's room.
Obtain vital signs only before and after transfusion.
Monitor the patient's vital signs at the end of the first hour and then periodically throughout the transfusion.
It requires close observation at the patient's bedside during the initial 5 to 15 minutes of the transfusion.
Once set, the rate of the transfusion does not have to be monitored because it will not fluctuate.
Obtain a unit from the blood bank, initiate the transfusion, and monitor during the transfusion.
Cross-check identifying data before initiation, initiate the transfusion, and monitor during the transfusion.
Obtain unit from blood bank, crosscheck identifying data before initiation, and initiate the transfusion.
Obtain unit from blood bank, crosscheck identifying data with RN before initation, and monitor during the transfusion.
Acute hemolytic, urticarial reaction, and febrile.
Acute hemolytic and hepatitis C.
Anaphylactic, circulatory overload, and bacterial sepsis.
Human T cell lymphotrophic virus, sepsis and urticaria.
Acute intravascular hemolytic reaction.
Hepatitis C virus.
Non cardiogenic pulmonary edema.
The administration of incompatible blood.
The administration of blood containing HBV.
Patient's sensitivty to plasma proteins.
Patient's reaction to temperature of blood component.
Delayed hemolytic reaction.
Febrile nonhemolytic reaction.
Headache, erythema, and pruritis.
Muscle pain, erythema and pruritis.
Chills, erythema and pruritis.
Hives, erythema and pruritis.
Delayed extravascular hemolytic reaction.
Febrile nonhemolytic reaction.
Thrombocytopenia and chills
Previous transfusion and multiple pregnancies.
Chemotherapy administration and plasma donations.
Hypotension and urticaria.
Slow transfusion, notify blood bank, and notify physician.
Administer antipyretics and antihistamines, continue transfusion.
Stop transfusion and turn on NS side of the adminstration set.
Stop transfusion, KVO with NS, disconnect administration set from cannula and initiate NS infusion with new tubing if a Y tubins is used.
Nonhemolytic febrile reactions
Acute hemolytic reaction
Non cardiogenic pulmonary edema
Acute hemolytic, urticarial reaction and febrile
Acute hemolytic, and hepatitis C
Anaphylactic, circulatory overload and bacterial sepsis
Human T cell lymphotrophic virus, sepsis and urticaria
0.22-m in line and 0.5 m in line
Floating valve and membrane
Membrane and 0.22 m in line
0.5 in line and floating valve
Use only with adult patients at risk for fluid volume excess.
Use only with older pediatric patients, never with infants.
Document the brand of volume control set used.
Follow the manufacturers instructions specific to the particular volume control set.
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