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REPLACE: Seven Steps to Remember During A Massive Blood Transfusion

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The amount of blood that a person receives during a massive blood transfusion can cause a set of complications that needs to be addressed concurrently. To remember the principles involved with managing a patient requiring a massive blood transfusion, remember the acronym REPLACE.

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There are numerous considerations that need to be taken during a massive blood transfusion in order to prevent adverse outcomes for the patient. Good communication and maintaining safe transfusion practices and patient blood management principles are essential.

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Joanne Reading
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Joanne Reading is a clinical educator at the Royal Melbourne Hospital ICU. She holds a critical care graduate certificate and a Master of Health Science, with a focus on education. Joanne is passionate about ensuring that education is entertaining as it fosters critical thinking, and runs her own nursing education website at ‘Blogging for your Noggin’.
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Well done, explained well and gives a greater understanding so will assist practice, thank you.
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A very good read and information provided.
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MATTHEW DAVIDSON
27 Sep 2022
Concise valuable review and resource
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Allison Chafer
02 Nov 2022
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I repeated this resource because it is a high risk area and I want to educate others.
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Tania Sequeira
18 Jul 2022
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Leanne Craswell
14 Oct 2022
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Good revision
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gareth chaney
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Excellent cover of the subject. Well presented. Easy to understand
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Veronika Morrison
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