Since Dr. Karl Landsteiner’s ground-breaking discovery of the ABO blood grouping in 1900, blood transfusions have become a standard medical option. But there is still risk involved in receiving blood products.
What can a nurse do to reduce transfusion risks?
CLPNA’s new self-study module, “Adverse Transfusion Reactions: A Reference for Nurses” assists LPNs to identify, manage, and treat different reaction types in a variety of environments.
This free 42-page module includes a study guide, quizzes, and how to record your learning for the Continuing Competency Program.
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