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Anemia

Heme

TermDefinition
Pernicious Anemia s/s lack of vitamin B12; SOB; macrocytosis
Iron Deficient What to give Ferrous sulfate
Megoblastic Anemia: Treat Increase dietary folic acid
Aplastic Anemia: Treat Blood Transfusion
Hemosiderosis Iron Toxicity: can be result of too many blood transfusions
Blood Transfusions Electrolyte changes Hyperkalemia Stored blood releases increased amounts of potassium d/t RBC hemolysis Hypocalcemia well you know that ying/yang :)
What is polycythemia Vera? Abnormal Increase in RBC's. s/s are dizzy, excess bleeding, SOB blood clots in veins near skin surface.
Blood Transfusion Type B recipient O negative donor for fresh frozen plasma what to do? Monitor for reaction as always but remember O is the universal donor
Created by: rexp