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Insulin Blood Transfusion Part One Blood Transfusion Part Two Breastfeeding Hemorrhage
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What is the length of time an open vial of insulin may be used?
28 days
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What will be implemented by the blood bank for patients who have no previous record in the blood bank.
A second type and screen sample draw.
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What may be signs of a transfusion reaction?
Chills, backache, increase in temperature of two degrees or more from baseline.
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What are maternal benefits to breastfeeding?
Decreased risk for postpartum hemorrhage, breast cancer, and ovarian cancer.
100
What is atony?
The most common cause of postpartum hemorrhage.
200
What is the peak time for a rapid acting insulin?
30 minutes
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What is the maximum amount of time for blood or blood products to be transfused?
Four hours from issue.
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What you do First when a blood transfusion reaction is suspected.
Stop the transfusion.
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What are the benefits to an infant who is breastfed?
Protects against allergy and infection; clears meconium; helps prevent jaundice.
200
What is a uterine tamponade balloon?
Latex free catheter with balloon portion inserted into the uterus and filled with saline. Used to control postpartum uterine bleeding.
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What are examples of rapid acting insulins?
Novalog and Aspart
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What is the patient's name, date of birth, and medical record number?
Must be on the transfusion record and the patient's arm band.
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What is included in the order for blood or blood products.
Type of component, number of units, and rate of administration.
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What is skin to skin?
One way to provide adequate warmth to an infant breastfeeding in the delivery room.
300
What are risk factors for postpartum hemorrhage.
Macrosomia, polyhydramnios, or prolonged induction.
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What is the first action to be taken when a consciuous patient's blood sugar is below 70.
Give the patient a calorie containing food, for example, milk, juice, or crackers.
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What is the time frame that blood must be returned to the blood bank if not used.
30 minutes from issue.
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What is a Consent to Blood Transfusion?
Required in all instances of non-emergent or urgent transfusions.
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How often should a newborn breastfeed?
8 to 10 times every 24 hours
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What is the definition of a postpartum hemorrhage?
Greater than 500 ml. postpartum blood loss.
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What is an example of a long acting insulin?
Detemir
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Who may verify the order, patient's name, date of birth, medical record number, type and screen report, transfusion report,and label on the blood product?
Two RNs or one RN and one MD.
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What is part 3 of the transfusion record?
Will be hand delivered to the blood blank within 8 hours of the transfusion.
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What are early feeding cues?
Increased alertness or rooting.
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What is methergine?
The medication used to control uterine atony that should be avoided if the patient's blood pressure is elevated.




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