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Transfusion Quiz Q1. What colour blood tube is used for a group and cross match sample? Purple Red Grey Pink Q2. What documentation should be with you when taking a transfusion blood sample? Patients blood therapy chart Patients completed transfusion request form

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Q2 what documentation should be with you when taking a transfusion blood sample l.jpg
Q2. What documentation should be with you when taking a transfusion blood sample?

Patients blood therapy chart

Patients completed transfusion request

form

Patients TPR and prescription chart

Patients case notes


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Q3. “Labelling of sample” errors usually happen because: transfusion blood sample?

The request form was not checked correctly

The patient had somebody else’s wristband on

The patient identification was not checked

The patient was awkward


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Q4. Transfusion blood samples have to be: transfusion blood sample?

Collected by the Doctor and labelled by the Nurse at the site of collection

Collected and labelled by the same person at the Nursing station

Collected and labelled by the same person from the case notes

Collected and labelled by the same person at the site of collection


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Q5. If you are taking a blood sample and the patient is unconscious or cannot tell you their name, what should you do?

Refuse to take a sample

Ask the patient next door who they are

Take the identification information from the wristband

Take the identification information from the medical notes


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Q6. If a patient’s wristband is removed, for example to insert a cannula, whose responsibility is it to re-site it?

The person taking the sample of blood

The doctor

The nurse

The person who removed it


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Q7. Written patient consent is required for which of the following activities?

Taking a blood sample

Inserting a cannula

Giving a blood transfusion

Having a routine operation


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Q8. Prior to an adult patient with capacity receiving a transfusion what type of consent should be obtained?

Written consent

Informed verbal consent

Consent by next of kin

No consent required


Q9 what documentation should be used to collect blood from the blood fridge l.jpg
Q9. What documentation should be used to collect blood from the blood fridge?

Patients case notes

Compatibility form

Patients TPR and prescription chart

Completed blood therapy chart


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Q10. Who can collect blood from the blood fridge? the blood fridge?

Any member of staff

The Patient’s relative

A member of staff who has had training

A member of staff who has had training and been found competent


Q11 which blood group can be used in an emergency l.jpg
Q11. Which blood group can be used in an emergency? the blood fridge?

A Negative

O Negative

AB Negative

B Positive


Q12 after removal from the fridge a blood transfusion should begin within l.jpg
Q12. After removal from the fridge a blood transfusion should begin within?

30 Minutes

1 Hour

2 Hours

4 Hours


Q13 what is the maximum time for a blood transfusion to be completed l.jpg
Q13. What is the maximum time for a blood transfusion to be completed?

3 Hours from removal from fridge

2 Hours from removal from fridge

6 Hours from removal from fridge

4 Hours from removal from fridge


Q14 who is allowed to prescribe blood l.jpg
Q14. Who is allowed to prescribe blood? completed?

Medical Staff, Registered Nurses and Midwifes

Medical Staff Only

Any Registered Member of Staff

Consultants Only


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Q15. Blood Warmers may be required in what situation? completed?

For all patients receiving a transfusion

For patients who are transfused overnight

For rapid/large volume transfusions

For transfusion dependent patients


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Q16. The expiry date on a unit of completed?blood means

The unit is safe for the day after the date

That the units must be given by midday that day

The unit must be completed by midnight of that date

The unit must start by midnight of that date


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Q17. When administering blood or blood components where should the final checking procedure take place?

Patients bedside

Clinical room

At the notes trolley

Nurses Station


Q18 what observations need to be recorded on a patient receiving a transfusion l.jpg
Q18. What observations need to be recorded on a patient receiving a transfusion?

BP and pulse only

Temperature only

Pulse and Temperature only

BP, Pulse and Temperature


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Q19. At what intervals should blood observations be performed when transfusing a patient?

Baseline, 15 minutes into the transfusion, then 30mins from start and at the end of the unit

Baseline and then every 15 minutes

Baseline and then every 30 mins

Baseline, at 45 minutes andfinish


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Q20. If a minor transfusion reaction is suspected what should you do?

Stop the transfusion and inform medical staff

Leave the transfusion running

Keep the transfusion running and inform medical staff

Stop the transfusion and take down


Q21 what drugs can be added to a unit of blood l.jpg
Q21. What drugs can be added to a unit of blood? should you do?

Diuretics

Anti-histamines

Antibiotics

None


Q22 where do the majority of transfusion errors occur l.jpg
Q22. Where do the majority of transfusion errors occur? should you do?

In the ward clinical room

In the laboratory

Removing blood from the blood fridge

At the patients bedside


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Q23.For routine transfusions, how many units should be collected from the blood bank fridge at one time?

1 unit

3 units

As many as you want

2 units


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Q24. Currently if someone has a blood transfusion can they become a blood donor when they recover?

It depends on their age

Yes

It depends on their medical condition

No


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Q 25. 1 day post surgery, patient had Hb of 7.5, not symptomatic, no significant risk factors: how many units of blood should be given?

1 unit

3 units

None

2 Units


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Q26. In chronic anaemia the patient should be transfused to: symptomatic, no significant risk factors: how many units of blood should be given?

Maintain the Hb above 9.0

Maintain the Hb above 10.0

Maintain the Hb just above the concentration which is not associated with symptoms of anaemia

Maintain the Hb above 12.0


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Q27. Which is the most common blood group? symptomatic, no significant risk factors: how many units of blood should be given?

AB

O

A

B


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Q28. What is the current cost of a unit of blood? symptomatic, no significant risk factors: how many units of blood should be given?

£139.72

£52.69

£206.33

£100


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