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Wardclass powerpoint blood transfusion

  1. 1. BLOODTRANSFUSION Laud, Katherine L. BSN – 3A
  2. 2. At the end of 30 minutes, the group shouldbe able to:• Define Blood Transfusion• Identify purposes of the procedure• Cite situations in which blood transfusion is needed• Enumerate the different transfusion reactions with its clinical signs and appropriate nursing interventions• Classify and describe the different blood products and how it is being used
  3. 3. BLOOD TRANSFUSION• It is a procedure in which a patient receives a blood product through an intravenous line.• It is the introduction of blood components into the venous circulation.• Process of transferring blood-based products from one person into the circulatory system of another.
  4. 4. Purposes• To replace blood lost during surgery or a serious injury.• To restore oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood.• To provide plasma factors to prevent or treat bleeding.• Done if patient’s body is not capable of making blood properly because of an illness.
  5. 5. Typical Situations in which blood products are given• Major injuries after an accident or disaster• Surgery on an organ such as the liver and the heart• Severe Anemia• Bleeding such as Haemophilia and Thrombocytopenia
  6. 6. BLOOD TYPESBlood Types and their Compatibility
  7. 7. BLOOD TYPES•Each person has one of the following blood types: A, B, AB, or O. •O can be given to anyone but can only receive O. • AB can receive any type but can only be given to AB. • Also, every persons blood is either Rh-positive or Rh-negative.
  8. 8. BLOOD TYPES • The blood used in a transfusion must be compatible with the patients blood type. • Type O blood is called the universal donor• People with type AB blood are called universal recipients • People with Rh-positive blood can get Rh- positive or Rh-negative blood. But people with Rh-negative blood should get only Rh- negative blood.
  9. 9. BLOOD BANKS• Blood banks collect, test, and store blood.• Autologous transfusion - If surgery is scheduled months in advance, patients may be able to donate their own blood and have it stored.
  10. 10. PREPARATION• Before a blood transfusion, a technician tests the patients blood to find out what blood type they have (that is, A, B, AB, or O and Rh positive or Rh negative).• Some patients may have allergic reactions even when the blood given does work with their own blood type.
  11. 11. ADMINISTERING BLOOD• Blood transfusions take place in either a doctors office or a hospital. They can be done at the patients home, but this is less common.
  12. 12. ADMINISTERING BLOOD• A needle is used to insert an intravenous (IV) line into a blood vessel. Through this line, the blood is transfused. The procedure usually takes one to four hours. The time depends on how much blood is needed, which blood product is given, and whether the patients body can safely receive blood quickly or not.
  13. 13. ADMINISTERING BLOOD• During the blood transfusion, a nurse carefully watches the patient, especially for the first 15 minutes. This is when bad reactions are most likely to occur.
  14. 14. ADMINISTERING BLOOD• After a blood transfusion, vital signs are checked (such as temperature, blood pressure, respiration rate, and heart rate).
  15. 15. ADMINISTERING BLOOD• Follow-up blood tests may be necessary to show how the body is reacting to the transfusion.
  16. 16. TRANSFUSION REACTIONS NURSING REACTION:CAUSE CLINICAL SIGNS INTERVENTIONSHemolytic Reaction: Chills, fever, headache, 1. Discontinue theincompatibility between backache, dyspnea, transfusion immediately.client’s blood and donor’s cyanosis, chest pain, NOTE: when the transfusion isblood tachycardia, hypotension discontinued, use new tubing for the normal saline infusion. 2. Notify primary care provider immediately. 3. Monitor vital signs. 4. Monitor fluid intake and output. 5. Send the remaining blood, bag, filter, tubing, a sample of the client’s blood, and a urine sample to the laboratory.
  17. 17. TRANSFUSION REACTIONS NURSING REACTION:CAUSE CLINICAL SIGNS INTERVENTIONSFebrile Reaction: Fever, chills, warm and 1. Discontinue thesensitivity of the client’s flushed skin, headache, transfusionblood to white blood anxiety, muscle pain immediately.cells, platelets, or plasma 2. Give antipyretics asproteins ordered. 3. Notify the primary care provider. 4. Keep the vein open with a normal saline infusion.
  18. 18. TRANSFUSION REACTIONS NURSING REACTION:CAUSE CLINICAL SIGNS INTERVENTIONSAllergic Reaction (Mild) Flushing, itching, 1. Stop or slow the urticaria, bronchial transfusion, depending wheezing on agency protocol. 2. Notify the primary care provider. 3. Administer antihistamines as ordered.Allergic Reaction Dyspnea, chest pain, 1. Stop the transfusion.(Severe) circulatory collapse, 2. Keep the vein open with cardiac arrest a normal saline solution. 3. Notify the primary care provider immediately. 4. Monitor vital signs. Administer CPR if needed. 5. Administer medications or oxygen as ordered.
  19. 19. TRANSFUSION REACTIONS NURSING REACTION:CAUSE CLINICAL SIGNS INTERVENTIONSCirculatory Overload: Cough, dyspnea, 1. Place the clientblood administered crackles (rales), upright, with feetfaster than the distended neck veins, dependent.circulation can tachycardia, 2. Stop or slow theaccommodate hypertension transfusion. 3. Notify the primary care provider. 4. Administer diuretics or oxygen as ordered.
  20. 20. TRANSFUSION REACTIONS NURSING REACTION:CAUSE CLINICAL SIGNS INTERVENTIONSSepsis: contaminated High fever, chills, 1. Stop the transfusion.blood administered vomiting, diarrhea, 2. Keep the vein open hypotension with a normal saline solution infusion. 3. Notify the primary care provider. 4. Administer IV fluids, Antibiotics. 5. Obtain a blood specimen from the client for culture. 6. Send the remaining blood and tubing to the laboratory
  21. 21. BLOOD PRODUCTS• Components of the blood which are collected from a donor for use in blood transfusion.
  22. 22. BLOOD PRODUCTS PRODUCTS DESCRIPTION  Most common type of blood product for transfusion  Used to increase the oxygen-carrying capacityA. Packed Red Blood Cells of blood (PRBCs)  Help the body get rid of carbon dioxide and other waste products  1 unit of PRBCs = raises hematocrit by 2-3%
  23. 23. BLOOD PRODUCTS PRODUCTS DESCRIPTION  Plasma is the liquid component of blood; it has proteins called clotting factors  Expands blood volumeB. Fresh Frozen Plasma and provides clotting (FFP) factors  Contains no RBCs  1 unit of FFP = increases level of any clotting factor by 2-3%
  24. 24. BLOOD PRODUCTS PRODUCTS DESCRIPTION  Also known as thrombocytes  Tiny cell structures necessary in blood clotting process  Replaces platelets inC. Platelets clients with bleeding disorders, or platelet deficiency  1 unit = increases the average adult client’s platelet count by about 5,000 platelets/microliter
  25. 25. BLOOD PRODUCTS PRODUCTS DESCRIPTION  Not commonly used except for extreme casesD. Whole Blood of acute hemorrhage  Replaces blood volume and all blood products  Used for blood replacement followingE. Autologous Red Blood planned elective surgery Cells  Must be donated 4-5 weeks prior to surgery
  26. 26. BLOOD PRODUCTS PRODUCTS DESCRIPTIONF. Albumin and Plasma  Blood volume expander Protein Fraction  Provides plasma protein  A portion of plasma containing certain specificG. Clotting Factors and clotting factors Cryoprecipitate  Used for clients with clotting factor deficiencies  Contains Fibrinogen
  27. 27. REFERENCE:• Kozier, et al. Fundamentals of Nursing Concepts, Process, and Practice. Ed 8. Vol 2• - August 2, 2010 THANK YOU^^