Symptoms of Acute Hemolytic Transfusion Reaction Poster
Acute Intravascular Hemolytic (immune) Transfusion Reaction. Caused usually by clerical errors. ABO or other erythrocyte antigen-antibodies are mislabeled. Signs/symptoms: hemoglobinemia and heoglobinuria, fever, chills, anxiety, shock, DIC, dyspnea, chest pain, flank pain, nausea/vomiting, headache, pain at needle site and along venous track. Treatment: STOP transfusion, hydrate, support BP and respiration, induce diuresis, treat shock and DIC.
Calculation Skills for Nurses ~ Paperback / softback ~ Claire Boyd
Providing nursing students with words of wisdom and advice from real-life student nurses, Calculation Skills for Nurses enables you to calculate drug dosages with ease, boosting your confidence and competence in this core area of nursing practice.